The latest from The ARTery
If there was ever a book that validates the belief to read fiction for empathy, for understanding, for widening your world view, “Lincoln in the Bardo” is it, writes critic Carol Iaciofano.
The story of the young, gay college student who was murdered in Wyoming in 1998 inspired many artists, including composer Craig Hella Johnson, whose contemporary choral piece is up for a Grammy this weekend.
The documentary directed by Boston-area resident Mary Mazzio shows willful complicity on the part of Backpage in helping relegate underaged girls into prostitution, drugs and physical abuse.
"Passage at St. Augustine: The Story of a 1964 Black Lives Matter Movement That Transformed America" depicts what happened in St. Augustine and how it became a catalyst for the landmark Civil Rights Act.