Taxpayer-funded kids’ TV is not the place to takes sides on an issue that remains unsettled for a significant minority of Americans.
Books, Arts & Manners
Opting to play it safe, director Guy Ritchie, writer John August, and star Will Smith have produced a film unworthy of their talents.
Amazingly — refreshingly — this folk-rock doc does not look to ’60s artists for political instruction.
The following is adapted from remarks Michael Brendan Dougherty gave at The Player’s Club on May 15 for the New York launch of his book, My Father Left Me Ireland.
Director Erik Nelson’s affecting documentary mixes restored archival footage of B-17 missions with narration from the men who flew them.
The show ends where it began.
Sean O’Casey’s ‘Dublin trilogy’ has reappeared off-Broadway, and makes for a devastating plea against Irish revolutionary fervor.
A review of a major exhibit at the National Gallery.
In his edgy abstract paintings, contrasting colors, shapes, and textures play well together.
Rally to the cause of traditional coffee.