‘A Thousand Cuts’ Review: A Free Press Endures Lacerations

The death by a thousand cuts that gives this documentary from Ramona S. Diaz its title…

An Exhibition Tells the Story of a Drug War Leader, but Not All of It.

Harry J. Anslinger’s pioneering work as head of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics has largely been…

100 Years Ago, ‘Crazy Blues’ Sparked a Revolution for Black Women Fans

“Gonna do like a Chinaman, go and get some hop,” she sings, invoking an inflammatory term…

Fay Chew Matsuda, Steward of Chinese Immigrant Legacy, Dies at 71

Children of foreign-born parents sometimes consider assimilation their priority, but by her account Ms. Matsuda was…

Taylor Swift, No. 1 Again, Is Last to Benefit From an Obscure Chart Rule

Taylor Swift, who holds the No. 1 album for a second time with “Folklore,” may be…

Holly Humberstone Wants Her Songs to Last a Lifetime

When the singer and songwriter Holly Humberstone began working with the writer and producer Rob Milton…

‘Stanley Kubrick,’ a Brisk New Biography of a Major Talent

Pauline Kael was no fan of Stanley Kubrick’s movies. She deplored his “arctic spirit.” She compared…

Review: Packing 14 Up-to-the-Minute Monologues in ‘One Room’

Five months into internet exile, playgoers have a lot of questions. Two of the biggest for…

The Welcome Return of the Chicks

After the killing of George Floyd and the protests for racial justice that followed, the Dixie…

BAULIFICIO – EPOCA – Cabin Trolley Alu Blue Lattice

Made in Italy Choosing an Epoca Trolley means appreciating the classic and elegant lines of a…

AIDS Quilts for an Artist and His Partner, Sewn During a New Pandemic

Lending resonance to the dinosaur iconography, the artist “saw himself as someone who was about to…

Jonathan Majors on ‘Lovecraft Country’: Horror as a Full Body Scream

Jonathan Majors knows what makes him an exceptional actor. “I’m willing to hurt more,” he said.…