As in some backwater Islamic Caliphate, mass artistic content in the US had to pass the wary eye America’s religious mullahs until just a few years ago and Republicans loved it.
Hillbilly Elegy is as artistically interesting as an after school special, introducing the audience to the virtues of doing your homework and saying “no” to drugs.
If you’re through binging Tiger King, consider branching out into obscure corners of the streaming world.
We lost our chance to build the future. Those opportunities don’t come along every day, and we may not see another.
There is a sick symmetry to Kolfage’s scam. Fourteen years ago he was literally blown to pieces in a war that was, itself, a trillion-dollar con.
In time, we’ll likely recognize malformed social networks as a problem on par with income inequality or rural poverty. Ironically, the same social media technologies that helped create this problem probably hold our most promising solutions.
Believing women does not mean setting aside critical thought. It means confronting our own inconvenience.
Forty years ago, PBS released a series of Bill Moyers’ conversations with professor Joseph Campbell, who is famous research on mythology. Netflix has commemorated this anniversary by making the series available on their streaming service.
Our greatest dreams are our most dangerous, our most volatile. No one said the dream would be cheap.
Boredom has disappeared from our lives and with it, the ingenuity it spawned.