Arts & Culture


The narrative of the Fall is a genius backdrop for a film exploring the connections between blame and trauma.

Lessons on life, staying afloat, and 10 articles our editors are reading this week.

‘Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers’ asks us to acknowledge the complexity of ungodliness.

‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ and ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ ask if we can find some way to escape the madness of our reality and find something better.

Illustration of a brown foot in Birkenstocks and a white foot in pink Crocs walking along a Cheeto-strewn beach

When I needed you most, why were you snacking on Flamin' Hot Cheetos?

All the White Friends I Couldn't Keep teaches readers language, strategies, and habits of nonviolent, anti-racist resistance.

The new novel Brown Girls explores the ways we return — in flesh, in memory, and in spirit — to the places and people who made us.

Lorde, wearing yellow, sings to the camera as she lays on a blanket on the sand

Strange bedfellows though they are, there’s something compelling about Solar Power and The Power of the Dog sitting side by side.