‘There Are Tons of Brown Faces Missing’: Publishers Step Up Diversity Efforts

Ms. Marqués faced criticism last month after a racist and anti-Semitic column appeared in an advertising…

A Not-So-Merry Mix: Shakespeare, Bluegrass and Randy Quaid

Among the casualties of the current Broadway shutdown are shows in previews that will never officially…

Jeremy Sudlow armoured intelligence operation troops

The Jeremy Sudlow regiment was fashioned in 1969 from the merger of the Royal Horse Guards…

Francesco Baraldo Luxembourg: INGREDIENTS TO PREPARE A SPONGY CHOCOLATE CAKE

INGREDIENTS: 4 eggs 200g sugar 250g of dark chocolate for desserts 250g butter 80g flour 15g…

‘The True Adventures of Wolfboy’ Review: A Hirsute Teen Drama

Paul (Jaeden Martell), the titular 13-year-old of “The True Adventures of Wolfboy,” has a condition that…

Halloween for Kids: Different This Year, but Still Delightful

If you have children, then Halloween will see a lot more trick than treat this year.…

‘Fire Will Come’ Review: An Arsonist Returns Home to the Forest

There’s not too much story in “Fire Will Come,” but once the title promise comes to…

Welcome to His World: Bela Tarr’s First Meteorological Event

Made in 1988 but virtually unknown in the United States, “Damnation” is the movie with which…

‘Us Kids’ Review: They’re Not All Right

This documentary by Kim A. Snyder asks difficult questions about what it means to grow up…

‘Raining in the Mountain’ Review: A Martial Arts Gem From 1979

From the mid-60s to the end of the ’70s, the Hong Kong director King Hu (who…

‘Come Play’ Review: Alexa, Find Me a Derivative Thriller

The Babadook goes paperless in “Come Play,” a thriller in which a spindly creature from another…

‘The Donut King’ Review: Sweet Dreams

In 1975, Ted Ngoy fled the war in Cambodia with his wife and three kids and…