Books & Culture
Reading J. M. Coetzee’s “Disgrace” During the Harvey Weinstein Trial
The novel does not portray the serial predator that Weinstein is alleged to be, yet it suggests that power exerted without consideration of humanity carries fearsome, unknowable, and often directly retributive costs.
“Downhill,” Reviewed: An Inert Remake of “Force Majeure”
The failure of the movie resides in its too-easy sense that characters can be recognized and defined by their type.
A Pioneering Video-Art Curator Chronicles the Medium in “Video/Art: The First Fifty Years”
欧洲杯投注The book, by Barbara London, is as much memoir as exegesis, an idiosyncratic front-line report from a deeply informed, intrepid, and passionate pioneer who is still in the trenches.
A Couple in China on Living (and Cooking) Under Coronavirus Lockdown
欧洲杯投注Chris Thomas and Stephanie Li, who run a popular YouTube channel on Chinese cooking, explain how they have been buying and preparing food in the city of Shunde.
The Polar Explorer Colin O’Brady and the Problem with “Firsts”
O’Brady completed what was billed as the first solo unsupported, unassisted crossing of Antarctica. But a new article has questioned the specifics of his journey.
“High Fidelity” and “Party of Five” Reboot Nineties Landmarks
欧洲杯投注Hulu’s show, starring Zoë Kravitz, is look-book television, while the Freeform series is unexpectedly moving.
Goings On About Town
Kochi’s Korean Tasting Menu Offers Everyday Indulgence on a Skewer
欧洲杯投注At this relatively reasonably priced restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen, luxury-ingredient upgrades are largely unnecessary.
The New York Philharmonic Honors the Nineteenth Amendment
The Visceral Satisfactions of a Disabled Photographer’s Gaze
Joey Solomon’s photographs mount a formal challenge to the cultural law that compels disabled people to imagine themselves otherwise.
欧洲杯投注The writer Julian Lucas on whether controversial Underground Railroad simulations confront the country’s darkest history or trivialize its gravest traumas.