Nearly 69 years since its birth as a smash movie, the seasonally ubiquitous White Christmas remains a good, old-fashioned holiday chestnut. It also remains an objectively odious, old holiday chestnut. To say it has not aged well is to put it mildly. To put it frankly, I would like to think this is not a […]
De Tocqueville’s idea of religion’s place in America is analogous to my idea of the place of the monarchy in Britain
On the ugly, obtrusive underpass at Ravinia Festival
Nina Paley’s head-turning animation “Sita Sings the Blues” emerges from copyright battle bent but not broken.