Mad Men ends its season; the think pieces go on and on.
Reader critics’ picks: Judy Blume, Art Spiegelman, D.T. Max, Haki Madhubuti, and more
I don’t want to live with them, but I want to hang out every now and then.
The Steppenwolf ensemble member recalls making an LSD comedy with Groucho Marx.
The Chicago Humanities Festival hosted a panel discussion by the editors of the book Mad Men, Mad World.
A little knowledge—of a place or a TV show character—can be worse than none at all.
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Mad Men, Mad World looks at the 60s through smoke-colored glasses.
On Katie Roiphe’s In Praise of Messy Lives
Adam Kotsko discusses Why We Love Sociopaths: A Guide to Late Capitalist Television, his book on contemporary television
Geoff Benge’s midcentury-mod apartment is one part Mad Men, one part acid trip
Jay Dandy, researcher for “Roy Lichtenstein: A Retrospective” talks about the show
Don Draper says, “I’m excited about Origins Week. Now, where’s my scotch?” In the Season Four finale of Mad Men, Faye Miller angrily tells Don Draper, “You only like the […]
A look at DC Entertainment’s New 52
On TV, breakup scenes don’t beat around the bush