All four budgets that Donald Trump and his sycophants sent to Congress had nada for the arts and humanities.
Today’s increasingly heated argument about architectural preservation revolves around discerning which pieces of the past are worth saving, which buildings are valuable to our present and future.
It is difficult to think of a harder-working actor or one more devoted to his craft.
Variety is wrong and cowardly to give in to Cary Mulligan’s misguided, damaging accusations.
“The gallery system, publishing houses, and critical reviews — all that facilitates the production and criticism sides of art’s dialectic — need to be reconsidered.”
Those who admire Yang Jisheng’s distinguished career should pick up this book. Those searching for a solid, accessible history of Mao’s Cultural Revolution should look elsewhere.
Director Chloé Zhao evokes the refreshing experience of freedom felt at the end of a nomad’s typical work day.
As we move into the 21st Century, with the Climate Crisis and consumerism on the rise, the Shaker’s “less is so much more” sensibility takes on even more significance, practical as well as spiritual.
Those who value serious journalism (as well as the rights of journalists) should be quite worried about just how lethally Boston Globe management is attempting to undercut the newspaper’s union.
It was the most terrifying of times, it was the most horrifying of times.