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 Boy Aims To Save His Mom — And Himself — In ‘The War For Gloria’

by Martha Anne Toll Atticus Lish’s second novel, The War For Gloria, is an ambitious book with a lot

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 writing in his diary, pouring out all his dark thoughts and guilty secrets. In the 1992 film Light Sleeper, it was a drug dealer having a midlife crisis. In the more recent First Reformed, it was a minister radicalized by the

In HBO’s ‘Scenes From A Marriage,’ Acting Is Everything

by Linda Holmes It’s fitting that the best promotion for the approaching premiere of HBO’s Scenes From A Marriage was

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