Arts

In ‘Hawkeye,’ an also-ran Avenger becomes a mentor — eventually

by Glenn Weldon In the Marvel series Hawkeye, the stakes are low. Comfortably so. Cozily so, even. The planet isn’t in

A Disgraced Interrogator Gambles On Redemption In ‘The Card Counter’

by Justin Chang The signature Paul Schrader image is of a lonely middle-aged man nursing a glass of booze and

You Haven’t Read A Heist Novel Like This Before

by Jessica P. Wick A rag-tag band of criminals must come together for one last heist; of course, they didn’t part on good terms after the last job … You might know this story, but you don’t yet know it in the hands of Cassandra Khaw. They transform one last heist into The All-Consuming World: a visionary,

‘The Woman In The Window’ Locks Amy Adams Inside

by Linda Holmes The Woman In The Window has been a little … snakebit, let’s just get that out of the way first. Filmed in 2018 (!), it was scheduled to come out in 2019 (!!), but it was pushed to 2020 for reshoots (!!!) and then to 2021 because of the pandemic (!!!!). That’s a

Ani DiFranco – 32 Flavors

Check out this week’s video featuring Ani DiFranco performing 32 flavors on McQsJazz.com

Selena’s Legacy Lives On, In ‘Selena: The Series’ And Beyond

by Stephen Thompson and Maria Garcia Selena Quintanilla was known as the “Queen Of Tejano Music,” a major

‘Jupiter’s Legacy’ Decodes The Superhero Genre Without Subverting It

by Glen Weldon You’d be forgiven for wondering how Netflix’s Jupiter’s Legacy compares to other recent entries in the glut