Arts & Culture

For nearly 20 years, the United States was severely divided by race, and a generational split not seen since the Civil War.
Raymond A. SchrothSeptember 13, 2017

Audrey Assad on doubt, social justice and mysticism—plus an exclusive album sneak peek

September 22, 2017
Padraic Delany as Martin Luther at the Diet of Worms in 1517. (Courtesy of Jake Thomas/PBS)
The two-hour film portrays the "simple monk" Martin Luther as more of a Catholic than he is generally thought to be.
John AndersonSeptember 11, 2017
Orji's differences with her character felt like a joke at first, but now? "I get it, Lord; I see what you’re doing!"
Eloise BlondiauSeptember 8, 2017
Climate change is the real battle before us, a battle quite possibly against extinction. It sounds ridiculously fantastic to put it like that; if only we had dragons and a Night King to help us believe.
Jim McDermottAugust 28, 2017
Laurie Davidson as William Shakespeare in "Will" (photo: TNT)
The story of Shakespeare is eternally appealing, because we want to know what confluence of circumstances, or divine blessing, could produce such a towering figure.
John AndersonJuly 7, 2017