“Parasite” questions how people thrive. “The Platform” questions how people can survive.
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe deserves the right to its own land.
I invite you to join me and revisit 20 great albums released in the 2000s.
It is the most access you’re likely to ever see into how a sports team is run, and this insight is during an absolutely chaotic and devastating time.
But I’d rather focus on The Range’s “Potential,” the most human electronic album you’ll ever come across, and that humanity is by design.
Even though scientists spend years of study and research dedicated to their field of study, it is politicians or internet blogs whose words tend to be heard.
I think “Endless” is Frank’s most experimental music project from both a vocal and sonic standpoint.
As I self-distance at home because of COVID-19, there’s plenty of time to revisit some all-time-favorite TV shows.
Asian Americans are antagonized despite their integration into and elevation of American society.
“The Last Thing He Wanted” under-delivered in a heartbreaking way that I never could have imagined.