January 21, 2019

Vol. 220 / No. 2

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January 21, 2019

Arts & Culture Vantage Point
G. C. Heseltine January 11, 2019

Who doesn’t love to get away? G. C. Heseltine, for one.

Arts & Culture Books
Tom Deignan November 30, 2018

Jane Leavy chronicles Babe Ruth’s life and times, with a heavy emphasis not only on the culture Ruth played in, but the ways he radically altered that culture, with the help of his visionary agent Christy Walsh.

Arts & Culture Books
Nick Ripatrazone January 10, 2019

“Anyone can do any amount of work,” wrote the American humorist Robert Benchley, “provided it isn’t the work he is supposed to be doing at that moment.” Procrastination is an act of will, the choice to postpone what needs to be done.

Arts & Culture Books
Colleen Dulle January 11, 2019

The simple lessons of Jean Vanier on humility and Christian love always bear repeating.

Arts & Culture Books
Emma Winters January 11, 2019

Sagal knows what it is to run away from problems, to need to be needed, and how much can be achieved through stubborn persistence.

Photo courtesy of Boston College
Arts & Culture Art
Altair Brandon-Salmon January 11, 2019

The legacy of and English Jesuit and the world class collection he brought to Oxford

Photo: Sony Pictures Classics
Arts & Culture Film
John Anderson December 14, 2018

Nadine Labaki’s new film is set amid the supreme chaos of current-day Beirut.