When young people are surrounded by friendships, love, great music and, yes, beer, it is a powerful antidepressant and
cure for loneliness.
A classic Judy Blume novel, now a major motion picture, offers audiences a surprising message in the face of today’s
Somehow film is able to get deeper into your soul, making the world look different when the lights go up.
The media is filled with endless content about how bad today’s films are and the glut of superhero nonsense. “Emily” is a ravishing and real alternative.
Before iPhones and the internet and Twitter and outrage culture, there was an understanding that beneath the veneer of civilization was something wild, dangerous, and joyful.
Unable to outrage the American middle class with modern art, the Left descends into nihilism and pornography.
Bono might not be Jesus, but he re-introduced me to Him.
The end of the aspirational sectors of culture—highbrow, middlebrow, and lowbrow—has come, with a kind of ubiquitous, bland, liberal populism to replace it.
David Bowie was the glorious product of a classical Western education, but a new documentary traffics in clichés.
In the MLB’s and media’s coverage of the 75th anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s major league debut, there is much that is forgotten.
It takes both a village and good parents to raise a child.
Hollywood needs more people with the courage of the crew who made “My Son Hunter.”
There once was respect for the third choice men faced between having a family and staying a kid: the pursuit of God.
Abrasive, anti-war, and over-the-top Donald Trump is probably our last punk rocker.
Artists are no longer judged by the quality of their songs. All that matters is politics and wokeness.
There were times during that period in the fall of 2018 when I, someone who had led a mostly happy life, was suicidal.
The Kavanaugh drama was a dirty, diabolical femme fatale hit job from the start, a “Body Heat” set in D.C.
Joe Biden’s son is fighting the addiction battle now. Because he’s a liberal, no one is going to lay a glove on him.
Culture should not merely be passive entertainment, but an active (and often edifying) journey toward a better understanding of what it means to be human.