Can a rediscovered first draft of Let Us Now Praise Famous Men speak more directly to our time than the finished masterpiece?
The author's chronicle of solitary Americans after the financial crash is nostalgic—but for what, exactly?
What happens when a story doesn't satisfy our need for justice to prevail.
HBO’s documentary of the Russian performance artists is a riot for punk rock lovers and politicos alike.
Talking politics and cracking un-wise with America's favorite over-sharer.
How last night’s shocking deaths reveal Game of Thrones’ biggest theme
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Shepard Fairey, Banksy, and FAILE are just some of the artists bridging the gap between the establishment art world and the grittier creative forces of city streets.
And now the story of four reporters who lost their weekend watching all of Arrested Development season four, and the Gchat conversation they had to put it all together.
The anti-celebrity of the Frances Ha star
The second entry in the J.J. Abrams' reboot doesn't have the fun of the first outing, and all that's left is one more humongazoid, cluttered summer blockbuster whose gobbledygook plot just spackles over the interludes between kaboom-happy CGI set pieces.
Resistance fighter. Development economist. Philosopher. A new biography of the thinker who redeemed political economy for liberals.
Nobody's going to mistake Baz Luhrman's adaptation of the F. Scott Fitzgerald classic for a great movie. But, there's no doubt it's a fun ride.
Who has two thumbs and won't be attending a Rolling Stones concert this year? This moi.
The real meaning of Niall Ferguson’s John Maynard Keynes-was-gay jibe—and why Keynes is so threatening to conservative economists and moralists alike.