Michiko Kakutani, for the The New York Times, on how 9/11 has not provoked a seismic change in the arts.
Some good news for pro-choicers.
Why it’s time for Star Wars fans to grow up.
The critics already hate Madonna’s W.E.
On the same festival circuit, David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method is faring better.
Daniel Kasman reviews Roman Polanski’s Carnage.
Jane Birkin remembers Serge Gainsbourg.
Space junk has made such a mess of Earth’s orbit that experts say we may need to finally think about cleaning it up.
Firefighters who worked at Ground Zero have a 19% greater chance of contracting cancer than those who did not, a landmark new medical study found.
Nick Pinkerton is proud to be an art fag.
The 38th Telluride Film Festival has a lineup.
Animated GIFs capture Stanley Kubrick’s most immortal scenes.
Le sigh. David Lynch’s Paris nightclub, Club Silencio, is now open for business.
Henry Stewart gets Jennifer Egan to tell him the five reasons she loves Brooklyn.
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