A profile of Kehinde Wiley, a painter who inserts the “brown faces” that have historically been relegated to the background in Western art.
Arts & Culture
Friday, April 12
Thursday, April 11
An investigation into a scholarly hoax.
Monday, April 8
Two decades later, unpacking a historic bust.
Saturday, April 6
On Swedish game designer Markus Persson and his singular creation, Minecraft, which has sold over twenty million copies and earned Persson over a hundred million dollars last year.
Thursday, April 4
“Ebert: Sometimes we do really dislike each other.
Siskel: And sometimes we don’t.”
“The first time I was ever published in a book was 1997. It was because I found Roger Ebert’s email and asked him a question.”
A profile of the D.O.C., the rapper’s rapper, who ghostwrote for Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg.
Wednesday, April 3
On the business of selling books.
Sunday, March 31
On Aint It Cool News’ Harry Knowles, who built an influential empire on insider movie news while wheelchair-bound and at one point weighing over 500 pounds, then lost it all.