According to author Claudia Rankine, the inception of her book-length poem, “Citizen: An American Lyric,” began with the question: “How did that happen?” Something of an investigation, the poem opens with secondhand prose poetry cataloguing the lived experience of racism among Rankine’s fri
The film, overstuffed with both platitudes and extraneous thematic vehicles becomes something of a mockery of its central idea.
Some people have even turned sneaker resale into a full-time job.
John Prine falls somewhere in the middle here: He is celebrated among folk fans and music critics alike, but isn't widely known in the popular sphere.
‘Lion’ is emotionally powerful and well-constructed, but doomed to a marketing campaign that directs filmgoers to see this movie because it’s an Important Movie.
‘Food & Liquor’ operates in dichotomy — rebellion and conformity, sin and virtue, optimism and pessimism, good and bad.
As London Men’s Fashion Week wraps up, here’s my take on some of the more exciting collections of the week.
There wasn’t a Sunday morning that went by without Norah Jones's invisible presence filling the empty seats at our table.
Tracee Ellis Ross is living proof that fun and beauty do not have to die when we turn 30.
“Apologize” made me nostalgic for things I’d never experienced.