Channel that anxiety and put it to use, Democrats.
One of the last surviving Beat artists looks back on a long life.
FilmStruck celebrates Pride Month with a retrospective on queer British filmmaker Derek Jarman.
A new exhibit at the Block Museum makes a startling connection between the 18th-century English artist and the 1960s counterculture.
A resonant period piece and a musical that does it better than the movie are among this week’s best bets.
This 1983 documentary gets Burroughs right between the eyes.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Mary Zimmerman’s best answer to her critics is a flawed, defiant Jungle Book.
A wealth of newly released interview footage gives a kaleidoscopic sense of the Beat Generation’s legacy
What’s on the Agenda for Saturday, October 20, 2012
Part of a show of work by William S. Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg, on display at ThinkArt.
Recommended events paired with nearby restaurants.
Recommended entertainment paired with nearby restaurants.
“Howl,” an experimental dramatization of Allen Ginsberg’s landmark poem starring James Franco, opens tonight at the Music Box.
Kid Sister in the studio, plus a Maps & Atlases LP, new dollies by Archer Prewitt, good-bye to Graeme Gibson, and more