Note: This review contains spoilers for the first four episodes of The Path Online streaming service (and notable cable replacement) Hulu has been trying to get into the original content game during the last few months—but rather unlike Amazon and Netflix, it has lacked a show that should be its flagship. However, its new drama …
Though Small Acts of Disappearance is the odds-on favourite for the Stella Prize, due to be announced next week, the rest of the shortlist is well worth reading — consider it a guide to some literature you ought to take a second look at.
Everyone’s suffered from the existential crisis of reaching the end of their Netflix queue only to find out that their favorite show ended abruptly, so how do we cope with it?
Jessica Love is the only transgender wrestler in Fight Club Finland, and one of the few worldwide. She sat down with Lauren Wissot for an interview about her experiences in the wrestling community, her life as a trans woman, and more.
Think country music isn’t for you? These 17 songs will make you think again.
A decade of statistically unusual suicides in the reality television industry is pointing to something deeply wrong: Why are people like Alexa McAllister and Joseph Cerniglia dying for fame?
While Stephen Chow’s The Mermaid dominates the international scene, the film’s US distributor is completely ignoring it. Why? The mystery of the film that America forgot.
A Space Program, directed by Van Neistat, documents the construction of the Tom Sachs installation Space Program 2.0: MARS, displayed at the Park Avenue Armory in 2012. Lauren Wissot talks to the director about his working relationship with Sachs, art, and propaganda.
Three poems from Prerna Bakshi’s Burnt rotis, with love explore colonialism, identity, the personal, and the political. This taste of her work will leave you longing for more.
This week we’re reading about end of life decisions, performance art, Obama’s Middle East, a crisis in Venezuela, and the campaign to unseat Anita Alvarez.