Arts & Culture TelevisionJim McDermottOctober 16, 2020
‘The Boys’ gleefully satirizes every aspect of superhero movies by showing how corrupt all-powerful beings would be if they existed in the real world.
Arts & Culture TelevisionJim McDermottAugust 25, 2020
Placing three Black characters at the center of a new TV series yields fresh, unexpected turns.
Faith FeaturesJim McDermottAugust 21, 2020
These modern retreat centers are helping people grow closer to God.
Arts & Culture IdeasJim McDermottFebruary 14, 2020
At times “10 Things” feels like being witness to little acts of self-liberation.
Arts & Culture TelevisionJim McDermottFebruary 01, 2020
Watching the finale, my mind wandered through places in my life that have been special to me.
Arts & Culture FilmJim McDermottDecember 27, 2019
In my experience the separation of priest from everybody else is neither helpful nor based on any kind of truth.
Politics & Society DispatchesJim McDermottDecember 20, 2019
Being courtside at a presidential candidate debate sounds thrilling, but it turns out that you don’t get a great view of all the candidates. While I can see Biden’s head, I cannot see the body to which it is attached, and from my angle Senator Elizabeth Warren is just a left arm. Worse, Mayor Pete
Arts & Culture TelevisionJim McDermottDecember 16, 2019
The new show from Damon Lindelof is more than another high concept sci-fi series.