Arts & Culture TelevisionJake MartinDecember 15, 2017
The series tells the story of the Gunpowder Plot, when a group of Catholics plotted to blow up Parliament.
Arts & Culture IdeasJake MartinJuly 12, 2017
The Queue is part of the mythology that makes the Wimbledon experience an experience at all; it goes hand in hand with the strawberries and cream and the all-white attire.
Arts & Culture FilmJake MartinApril 04, 2017
"The Most Hated Woman in America" indicts Madalyn Murray O’Hair as no better than the corrupt religious leaders that she railed against.
Arts & Culture IdeasJake MartinFebruary 10, 2017
“Last Week Tonight” is the best example of the power that humor can have in bringing about change.
TelevisionJake MartinFebruary 04, 2016
‘Making a Murderer’ upends our preconceived notions of who the good guys and bad guys are.
FilmJake MartinOctober 24, 2015
"Suffragette," like all films of its kind—historical dramas about social injustice—are from what I like to call the “eat your vegetables because they’re good for you” school of cinema.
TelevisionJake MartinSeptember 22, 2015
‘The Jim Gaffigan Show’ delivers