Lilliam Rivera’s new young adult novel reimagines Orpheus and Eurydice as Afro-Latinx teens in New York, bringing something new to the old tale by giving Eurydice her own baggage and her own story.
The latest installment in the Hercule Poirot franchise — now being written by Sophie Hannah — is a masterful, multilayered puzzle in which Poirot’s assistant Inspector Catchpool plays a key role.
Clarke fans waited 16 years for this follow-up to Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell. Here, Clarke limns a magic that is part of the very fabric of the universe.
The newest episodes of Hulu’s smart coming-of-age comedy expand upon the exciting and traumatic themes of puberty.
It’s hard to predict exactly how theater will come back after the pandemic, but here are a couple guesses: Fewer crowds, more collective imagination, and a focus on racial and environmental justice.
Sunday night’s Emmy Awards, which featured neither a large crowd nor a red carpet, managed to achieve a charming intimacy as Watchmen, Schitt’s Creek and Succession all won major awards.
The MFA is currently closed — hoping to re-open in the fall — but it’s marking its 150th anniversary online in the exhibition “Monet and Boston: Lasting Impression.”
For many Africans, Boseman’s role as King T’Challa in ‘Black Panther’ was a powerful reminder of what is possible on the continent.
In writer/director Charlie Kaufman’s latest, a couple spouts pat, pseudo-intellectual bromides. But stay with it — because that’s a clue to what’s really going on in this tense, surprising film.
Like many of us, Marc Rivers has watched a lot of movies during self-isolation. But it was a 25-year old crime drama about emotional isolation that offered him the greatest comfort.