From “Akhnaten” by Philip Glass to “You Want It Darker” by Leonard Cohen, these were the 49 top cultural moments of 2016!
Hosted by NPR’s Kelly McEvers, ‘Embedded’ proved to be a riveting, even exhilarating journalistic podcast.
The Berlin heist thriller ‘Victoria’ was the best film of 2015. It was the best film on Netflix in 2016.
In “20 Ways of Looking at Trump’s America,” the Forward shares the visions of some of our favorite artists who contemplate the new world order.
Patti Smith sang “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall” for an absent Bob Dylan at his Nobel Prize ceremony in Stockholm.
‘Babylon Line’ playwright Richard Greenberg talks baseball, “The Exorcist,” reading reviews and having diminished expectations.
Tony Award-winning playwright Richard Greenberg has a freewheeling conversation about baseball, movies, anonymity and finding his theater on a terrorist hit list.
Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to berate the cast of “Hamilton” for speaking out to vice president-elect Mike Pence. What would we think if this had happened at “Fiddler on the Roof?”
A recent New York Times op-ed about the death of Leonard Cohen contained one of the most inadvertently hilarious corrections ever.
Sure, Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist may be an atheist. But her breathtaking artwork is creating true believers.