A visit to the Christian rock Cross-Over Festival in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri.
Saturday, July 27
Thursday, July 25
Wednesday, July 24
A 22,000-word breakdown of Kubrick’s “odyssey portraying the span of millennia.”
Tuesday, July 23
Remembering the indie rock club that The New York Times once said was “so New York that it’s in New Jersey.”
Wednesday, July 17
On literary manifestos, long-distance reading, and the egg of death.
Tuesday, July 16
A profile of the writer behind “Deep Thoughts” on Saturday Night Live.
Monday, July 15
Making the case that all Pixar movies exist on a cohesive timeline in the same universe dominated by a central theme: the battle between animals, humans and machines.
Sunday, July 14
The “naked technological realities” of America’s heartland and how they power a “cosy coastal world of pretend farmers’ markets and happy cows.”
Thursday, July 11
Wednesday, July 10
How Gaby Hoffman, who had roles in Field of Dreams, Uncle Buck and Sleepless in Seattle, survived child stardom.
Sunday, July 7
Thursday, July 4
A Southland Tales fanboy goes down the rabbit hole with the movie’s director.