On Fassbinder, Pasolini, Marco Ferreri, Adam Curtis, and the limits of “counterculture” that operates within the system it criticizes.
Settlement’s a long way off, but a new era of exploration has begun.
Jamaica has recovered somewhat from the 1970s, and historical artifacts like First Presbyterian Church and the Merrick Theatre have kept it stable.
Expect the black Superman movie to be snider and cutting.
Six Days in Fallujah is a game that wants to tell a very lopsided story, in a medium through which it shouldn’t be told.
If college administrators had any courage, they'd specify exactly which people, because of their own unique "lived experience," should never be approached when they're breaking rules.
Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head, more than any other toy, have always been directly concerned with the deconstruction of gender codes and signs.
On the hyper-real breakup of Erika and Tom Girardi.
DC's feature comic was a crucial and innovative contribution to the youth market and counterculture.
Tim Story (Shaft, Ride Along, Think Like a Man) succeeds with Tom & Jerry, a movie aimed at kids. B+
The 1990s were comfortable and free—so much so that I (a bird) went into a Manhattan McDonald’s for lunch one clear spring day.
The man of steel faces his most persistent and powerful foes in Superman & Lois.
With this I was in like Flynn.
A shill for China pretends to be a warrior for social justice.
He has no explanation for why the world is as it is.
Take a poet out to lunch.
You definitely don't want to end up on either side of the current Republican divide.
The former MLB pitcher, and Boston native, is giving back to the city.
Uncle Sam is a cocksure, cheerful, positive-thinking bastard.
This is music for a place where definitions are fluid.
A New York Times piece treats the Amazon Prime Mount Everest series and its subjects with little understanding or respect.
Choices and trade-offs on the snow.
Japan has some of the greatest cuisine in the world.
If Inez only knew.
An hour with the screen icon, two years before her final theatrically released film, The Flintstones.
Two late legends talk about life and music.
Near the end of his presidency, near the end of his functional brain cells.
A recent PBS documentary on Janis Joplin featuring interviews with Chan Marshall (Cat Power), Karleen Bennett, and Laura Joplin.
The golf legend talks with Charlie Rose, two men who have seen better days, about his then current "comeback."
An all too brief once-over of the superstore that used to take up an entire city block on Park Row in Manhattan.
Promoting Raging Bull, a relative flop in its time.
A meeting of the minds, so to speak.
Not looking good for Sonny (or Fredo?).
Robin, Artie, and the King of All Media rip on Rush for selling chairs, toilet seats, and ties.
An interview with the author shortly after the release of The Secret History, when she was 29.