I look for the slightest bit of sapphic tension in every piece of media I interact with. Last […]

With nurses in New York City out on strike, we look back at our December 2020 interview with Tanya Martinez.

Classical playwright Terence and his present-day counterpart Branden Jacobs-Jenkins construct worlds that provide humanistic dimension to the lives of enslaved people.

Baumbach’s ambitious adaptation of a book by a difficult-to-adapt author comes up short.

The shouts. The demands. The pleas. The cries. They stretched from Tehran to Kurdistan across borders, lands, and waters.

Guillermo del Toro does the seemingly impossible by making Pinocchio interesting and heartstring-pulling.

Dos Passos’s epic trilogy still indelibly captures the United States in a moment of centrifugal chaos

It is Saturday night, and El Monte’s atmosphere is buzzing with a youthful glow. As the parking lot and the surrounding streets began to fill with vehicles from the American golden age of automotive design with names like Galaxie and Mercury, the space became saturated with cosmic energy.