Are we seeing the birth of a competing union, one dedicated to mobilizing a generation of musicians whose needs aren’t being met by the American Federation of Musicians?
Maybe being quarantined for so long has taken its toll, but Hollywood satisfies well enough as a vibrant escape to glamorous parties filled with scheming executives and hot-to-trot actors on the make.
Robert the Bruce is a chronicle of war that contains moments of bucolic beauty and poetry that will surely appeal to lovers of historical films.
One of the pleasures of The Glass Hotel is how easily digestible it is; the prose rolls off the page, rewarding the reader’s close attention with subtle insights into character and motivation.
The master alto saxophonist Richie Cole died on May 2 at age 72. The cause of death has not been announced, so it’s unknown for now if it was related to COVID-19.
Play The Way You Feel is the best volume around on the uneasy relationship between film and jazz.
Much of what artists and educators who enter prisons typically aim to do is help foster human connections with those on the inside.
What do graphic novels about architecture bring to our understanding of the urban experience? They suggest that buildings can be like our memories — they hide as much as they show.
Deerskin is a mordantly funny commentary on the fragility of identity, livelihood, and masculinity.
Laurie Sargent and Billy Conway found their sanctuary under the big sky of rural Montana, and their art echoes the genuine nature of their lives, shared across the miles with their Boston base.