With the Emmys and the new season, such as it is, looming here are three pieces on last season's prominent series
The Colescott Retrospective at New York's New Museum calls features an artist who abandoned elitist Abstract Expressionism in order to become a critic…
Dislocation, alienation, and remembrance of devastated communities form the background of this year's global crime novel
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With the LA mayoral election on the way in November, and the housing crisis continuing this week's entry takes a look at a Corporate "Everyman" who…
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Surprisingly this very different Marvel Series harkens back to the British Colonial partition of India while also contesting the U.S. treatment of…
Two contemporary series criticize the underside of global policing
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As Nancy Pelosi embarks on a trip to Asia that could spark World War III, this week's Cultural Politics For Those Who Care looks at the Chinese…
The best series of the just finished TV season fits right in with a wave of labor organizing
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