‘The most interesting man in London,’ a 19th-century wit, continues to entertain and instruct.
Books, Arts & Manners
In appreciation of some weird and wonderful lines.
Persons are not gods, but neither are they robots.
The enduring, ennobling legacy of the creator of the Redwall series.
TV sit-com icons dish up a trendy tale of toxic masculinity and female superiority.
New life breathed into worthy but forgotten plays.
Leave experiments and trends to the private sector.
In the Trump era, everything somehow feels unprecedented. Various kinds of presidential misbehavior, bureaucratic machinations, congressional dereliction, political hysterias, and White House dissension all seem singularly bizarre. Some of what we’re ...
In his beautifully written new book, Thomas Chatterton Williams disputes the notion that his blackness should be central to his identity.