Here’s a technology designed to rehumanize us, putting mankind’s brilliance and ingenuity in service to our gentler side.
A great curator works wonders at the North Carolina Museum of Art.
In 1971, Hollywood gave us a string of not only great films but enduringly fascinating ones.
On offer: Wiggling angels, an anguished Abraham, and densely adorned altarpieces.
The longing that causes Hillary Hayward-Thomas to reinvent herself is the same force powering social-media mobs and hashtag activism.
The Faustian life choices of this most glamorous star parallel decisions of her many movie characters.
Hollywood turns August Wilson into a #BLM Tyler Perry.
Bob Chitester, the executive producer of Free to Choose, looks back.
Walker Percy’s novel speaks to our current COVID crisis, social isolation, and a beleaguered industry.
Roger Scruton finds in the 19th-century opera Parsifal an antidote to many of modern society’s ills.
Critics of It’s a Wonderful Life are mistaken.
A collection of my favorite folk and religious songs and carols.
This catchy Christmas staple is brimming with celebrity condescension.
We should pray that the dangerous mindset of this ‘stop the steal’ gathering remains marginal on the right.
The pro-life group Democrats for Life in America announced the content of the bill on Facebook and in an online
If you are looking to find out which faction has the upper hand at the dawn of the Biden administration,
The British High Court bans puberty-blocking drugs for under-16s.
Great American work from living and dead artists, luscious gardens, and a commitment to serve the public, even amid COVID.
An outlandishly entertaining documentary about the Pogues singer-songwriter.
What time travel can tell us about heartland hurting.
Hundreds of millions for woke public art aimed to stoke victimologies.
Reflections on service and citizenship.
Americana for our age: Booze, opioids, and ignorance. But Glenn Close, at least, sails past the white-trash clichés.
Seneca counsels givers to be anonymous and forget they’ve given, and urges recipients to be grateful and remember.
The late Bloom’s New Age leftist patriotism made him un-cancellable within his own camp.
The fight to protect children from a harmful social experiment is only just beginning.
The Judson Church windows fill the space with truth that’s ethereal and radiant, but truth it is.
And it’s a big hit, expressing the spirit of the community.
How to capture the public’s heart while casting blame for failures on convenient targets.
The Academy Award–winner reportedly passed away in his sleep while in the Bahamas.
The video game’s over-the-top celebration of Kaepernick is not only ham-fisted, but downright creepy.
The legislation criminalizes hate speech relating to a number of protected classes that potentially includes hate speech spoken in private residences.
We hear a lot nowadays about how different 1984 and Brave New World are. But what if they’re not so
One of the most striking aspects of equality policies is that they are not born out of demand from citizens,
Comedy make fun usually mean “punching up” but punching down more fun when you’re Borat-ing.
It should not be an unreasonably high standard to ask people not to engage in sex acts while talking to
The latest film is a decent distraction but nothing more.
Remember live performance? The story of of the making of The Mikado illuminates the magic of theater in the delightful
Give relief to theaters, operas, and other live-performance venues first. Most museums, especially the big ones, don’t need the money,
There’s one rule for Hillary Clinton and Kamala Harris and another for Amy Coney Barrett.
The British writer, journalist, and public intellectual died 30 years ago next month. He sought to overcome darkness within and
The show is postponed, and guess who’s smothering free thought?
McKinley blends his country with a lot of folk and a little rock, with a backbone of acoustic guitars and
Making the Met, 1870–2020 makes the case, and no one can deny it: The Met is an unparalleled marvel.
Montreal writer John Buell’s haunting novels foreshadowed current furors.
Nomadland follows in the tradition of The Grapes of Wrath.
The organization has received criticism for its extremist views, including a co-founder’s admission that the founders are “trained Marxists.”
Evil pro-lifers, warm-hearted gal pals, kindly Planned Parenthood workers … One character is missing: the baby.
Great atmospherics, but the plot is missing.
Many in Generation Z think it’s an outdated relic