All four budgets that Donald Trump and his sycophants sent to Congress had nada for the arts and humanities.
According to Sarah Kendzior, “we have a transnational crime syndicate masquerading as a government.”
Andrew Child pictures the candidates riding a skateboard, each in a slightly different pose and dressed in slightly different cool gear.
Politicians are forced to perform on a massive stage and under the fierce gaze of a thousand lenses, yet few have real skills in that arena.
If you want to understand what is going on in the United States today, journalist Sarah Kendzior is a good resource.
Follow almost any of these police brutality cases to their realpolitik conclusion and you will eventually work your way back to a monstrous truth.
Naomi Klein argues that the more anxious we are, the more vulnerable we are to politically opportunistic manipulation.
If the ballyhoo around the Public Theater’s Julius Caesar is a sign of the times, then we have a lot more than Trump to fear.
Many of the poems live up to the title’s shout-out to Walt Whitman, cutting through the current political miasma with fresh wit, insight, and lyrical outrage.
Resistance, at least in Boston theater, is futile.