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 03, 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
In All ThingsJake MartinAugust 24, 2015
The appearance of Ignatius's "Prayer for Generosity" on DFW's bathroom wall speak volumes about the paradox that was David Foster Wallace and his desire for a life of authenticity and meaning—a desire which led him to frequently attend church and twice led him to go through RCIA, without ever being