June 12, 2017

Vol.216 / No.13

June 12, 2017

Photo via S-Town. Artwork by Valero Dova
Arts & Culture Ideas
Wyatt MasseyMay 12, 2017

“S-Town” borders on being another American “poverty tour,” which rarely benefits those who are on display.

 In this July 7, 2016 photo, Tia Williams and her daughter Aissa create a display on the street outside the Minnesota governor's official residence in St. Paul, Minn., as people gathered to protest the shooting death of Philando Castile by police (Richard Tsong-Taatarii/Star Tribune via AP)/Star Tribune via AP).
Arts & Culture Books

If we expect law enforcement personnel to do their jobs properly, radical change is necessary.

Arts & Culture Books
Frank R. HerrmannMay 23, 2017

The Gunning of America points the problem of violence back on the gun industry.

Arts & Culture Books
M. Ross RomeroMay 23, 2017

After over 40 books Eagleton's work is still provocative, learned and captivating.

An Estaminet, in Cambligneuil. By Gyrth Russell
Arts & Culture Books

Barbara Curtin Miles reviews "The Loving Husband" by Christobel Kent.

Amybeth McNulty as Anne Shirley in "Anne With an E" (photo: Netflix)
Arts & Culture Television
Haley StewartMay 16, 2017

The new adaptation of "Anne of Green Gables" falls prey to the war on whimsy, the tired modern tactic of reworking the classics in order to make them “realistic.”

Arts & Culture Television
Nick Ripatrazone May 18, 2017

Sister Cathy Cesnik went missing one night in 1969. The case remains unsolved.