A wide-ranging discussion with Tressie McMillan Cottom, one of America’s sharpest contemporary cultural critics.
Holt made mesmerising works that filtered stars and vanished in the desert heat. But land art was seen as a male preserve. A new exhibition redresses the balance
Illustrator Hazel Mead created a pair of pieces called You Don’t Know What’s Going On In People’s Lives: the original version and one featuring children. The images above are snippets from the larger images, both of which are available as prints in Mead’s shop. (via cup of jo)
This is the way all of us should be reciting the alphabet.
Anthony Edwards and Alex Rodriguez ended up exchanging pleasantries online and will have many more chances to do so in person, assuming the former MLB star becomes a co-owner of the NBA team.
There’s more to this annual celebration than throwing paint and powder, says Katie Wright.
The show, hosted by Monty Don, offers both inspiration and advice.
Researchers pushed back after the C.D.C. director asserted that vaccinated people “do not carry the virus.”
Thicko mode: activated.
The White House didn’t learn that federal health officials were going to recommend the Johnson & Johnson vaccine be pulled from use until Tuesday morning -- along with the rest of the country, the administration claimed.
Garret Miller is accused of breaching the U.S. Capitol with a gun and making a death threat to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.).
State-run TV program Saturday Night Live featured yet another lame “Weekend Update” segment hosted by "Fake News Anchor" Colin Jost. He claimed that Republican lawmakers love “guns more than people you don't know.”