“Light my fire,” God tells Moses, “and keep it lit.” That’s my dynamic-equivalence translation of Bible passages — Exodus 25 and 27, Leviticus 24 — that form the basis for ...
Books, Arts & Manners
When it comes to conservatives, anything goes.
Norse myth, nature mysticism, and modern camp defy cliché in Nordic Impressions.
Newly released letters between the writers chronicle marital woes, mystical insights, and excellent editing advice.
The growing number of disaffected Westerners who seek the secret to a fulfilled life in other cultures are bound to be disappointed.
Under his baton, the glorious music made up for so-so staging and ugly costumes.
In a rush to bad judgment, they heap praise on propaganda and scorn on moviegoers.
A shooting victim hurtles toward pop stardom and self-destruction, while hanging on to hope.
Cushy affluence is the real drug of choice in this sentimental tour through yuppie woes in the Bay Area.
No museum can or should be all things to all people.