Karina Longworth has lunch with Elvis Mitchell.
Because we can never have enough of Fatty Arbuckle, his films and legacy.
On a night of literary honors, Jesmyn Ward’s Salvage the Bones, about a family hit by Hurricane Katrina, received the National Book Award for fiction on Wednesday at a black-tie gala in New York. Ward’s novel, her second, was a surprise winner.
Miriam Bale has created a new online feminist film journal.
Almodóvar on Almodóvar.
More and more employers are demanding that workers who smoke, are overweight, or have high cholesterol shoulder a greater share of their health care costs.
Hundres of protesters from Zuccotti Park clashed with the police as they tried to reach the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday morning, and at least 75 were arrested, the police said.
A new Gallup poll reveals that 47% of Americans favor repealing the 2010 healthcare law.
A.O. Scott on William A. Wellman’s The Public Enemy:
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