A new book traces the struggle over democracy, rights, race, and gender in Puerto Rico.
A new book attempts to deepen the philosophical dimension of a revived left.
The show’s new season lays bare the pretensions of beloved films.
The new art-world satire 'Velvet Buzzsaw' is schlocky, fun, and flashy. But is its critique fair?
A plan to eliminate animal farming relies on science and startups.
The festival's marketing agency also co-produced the film, resulting in a misleading version of who bears responsibility for the fraud.
What would it mean to have a vegan president? With Cory Booker in the running, we may find out.
Iranian director Asghar Farhadi's films are driven by subtle social dynamics. Can he preserve them in a new thriller?
The many varieties of misery in the dazzling short stories of Machado de Assis
A spoiler-free apologia for this season's worst-reviewed movie.
In the new Netflix show, Natasha Lyonne plays a droll, chain-smoking New Yorker, caught in a Groundhog Day-esque loop.
A new Netflix documentary makes the case that the serial killer is a mirror for our darkest selves.
The renowned literary editor and writer, who has died at 101, lived a long and glorious life of the mind.
Her new novel features a surprisingly hopeful autopsy of a failed relationship.
Marci Vogel’s new novella, “Death and Other Holidays,” presents a meditation on grief, memory, and renewal.
A new book traces the history of an idea—and shows what American liberals have lost.
Her new book is a brilliant autopsy of print journalism. But she stumbles when she takes on the new digital wave.