Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture Short Take
Jim McDermott March 23, 2017
Facing one’s clinginess, having to let go—it’s the last lesson, the real revelation of the ascension.
Arts & Culture Last Take
John J. Conley March 23, 2017
Rather than being a recent outcropping of American pop culture at its most vulgar, “Wheel of Fortune” is arguably our clearest survival of classical civilization.
Arts & Culture Books
William Lanouette March 22, 2017
William Lanouette reviews "Washington's Farewell" by Avlon
Arts & Culture Books
Kristin Grady Gilger March 22, 2017
Kristin Gilger reviews "The Confessions of X" by Suzanne M. Wolfe.
Arts & Culture Books
Charles R. Morris March 22, 2017
Charles R. Morris reviews "Economism: Bad Economics and the Rise of Inequality" by James Kwak.
Arts & Culture Television
John Anderson March 21, 2017
“Call Me Francis” is unafraid to delve into Francis’ intellectual conflicts. But neither is it afraid to be funny.