Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture Television
Jake MartinApril 28, 2017
This is not TV viewing for the faint of heart or any other parts of the soul for that matter.
Arts & Culture Television
Eloise BlondiauApril 28, 2017
If anyone doubted the damage a shallow, sanitized Marian ideal of womanhood could inflict—on women, on faith and on the church—Margaret Atwood’s 'The Handmaid’s Tale' shows us.
In this 1955 file photo, Mamie Bradley, mother of Emmett Till, pauses at her son's casket at a Chicago funeral home.
Arts & Culture Books
Shannen Dee WilliamsApril 26, 2017
One cannot begin to understand the current deterioration of American race relations without confronting the enduring realities of white supremacy present in the case of Emmett Till.
Arts & Culture Theater
David StewartApril 26, 2017
The 'Hamlet'-inspired play made the playwright Tom Stoppard an overnight sensation.
Don Quixote statue in Belgium. Photo by Dennis Jarvis
Arts & Culture Books
D. Scott Hendrickson reviews "The Man Who Invented Fiction: How Cervantes Ushered in the Modern World" by William Egginton
Arts & Culture Books
In the spirit of the planting season, I offer tips for growing strong readers.