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'Black Widow': Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh Lead Marvel Into a New Age Jul. 09, 2021

Screener

You knew it would come to this. After a decade of patiently enduring her female fate — waiting... Read More

The Summer Solstice, Kupalo/Kupala and St. John the Baptist (Part 1) Jun. 26, 2021

Luis Martínez-Fernández

In case you did not notice, this is summer solstice week. Week? You may ask. Well, not quite, but a... Read More

Exchange Student Has an Opportunity Jun. 18, 2021

'Tween 12 & 20

DR. WALLACE: I'm a 17-year-old girl from Japan, and I'm going to be spending a year in America start... Read More

Preserving Dignity in City Culture Jun. 01, 2021

Froma Harrop

Palm Springs, California, has a world-class art museum. And the museum building is itself a world-cl... Read More

Does Our Diversity Portend Disintegration? May. 28, 2021

Patrick Buchanan

After nine people were shot to death by a public transit worker, who then killed himself in San Jose... Read More

The Flavor of Other Countries in the United States May. 23, 2021

Travel and Adventure

By Victor Block Women chatting in Greek stroll by signs that identify the Spartan Gas Station and Al... Read More

The Strange Etymologies of 'the Left,' 'Liberals,' 'Progressives' and 'Red Parties' (Part II) May. 22, 2021

Luis Martínez-Fernández

Since its origins in revolutionary France, the definition of "the left" has continuously evolved in ... Read More

The Strange Etymologies of 'the Left,' 'Liberals,' 'Progressives' and 'Red Parties' (Part I) May. 15, 2021

Luis Martínez-Fernández

Languages, especially their vocabularies, are in constant flux. Like living organisms, they are born... Read More

By Any Other Name Lacks Respect May. 09, 2021

My So-Called Millennial Life

When he responded to my call with a deep, slow hello, it sounded like I roused him from sleep. I blu... Read More

Two Cultures May. 06, 2021

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

Washington — I spent late Saturday afternoon in what has become, for me, a rite of spring. I w... Read More

Some Countries Are Happier Than Others. Right? Apr. 22, 2021

Froma Harrop

Finland is the world's happiest country — fourth year in a row! So says the World Happiness Re... Read More

Sin of Planned Parenthood Is Abortion, Not Margaret Sanger Apr. 21, 2021

Star Parker

The president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Alexis McGill Johnson, has used The New Y... Read More

Step by Step Apr. 10, 2021

Susan Estrich

The Reopening of America — or even of one town or state — is hardly a seamless operation... Read More

Streaming Did the Job. Now We Need Live Theater Mar. 30, 2021

Froma Harrop

When will we be able to attend a live performance? That question is being asked angrily in France, w... Read More

Cosmic Conflict for the Culture Queen Mar. 21, 2021

Horoscopes by Holiday

As Venus, the queen of culture, breaks into the sign of the warrior, we are reminded that culture is... Read More

Is That a Constitution in Your Pocket? Mar. 20, 2021

Luis Martínez-Fernández

Some of the most unwavering champions of the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights have habituall... Read More

Sex, Lies and the Destruction of America Mar. 18, 2021

Laura Hollis

The political class, the big players in the entertainment industry and the media are all engaged in ... Read More

Cultural Outrage Mar. 12, 2021

Daily Editorials

Today, we live in a society where we seem to sprint from one manufactured cultural outrage to the ne... Read More

Have a Seat With an Elder Millennial Mar. 07, 2021

My So-Called Millennial Life

This week, I'll be married for 10 years. I don't have student loan debt, but I have advanced degrees... Read More

Where Parents Cannot Follow and Children Cannot Lead Feb. 28, 2021

My So-Called Millennial Life

My parents stopped being able to help me with math when I got to algebra in high school. Math had al... Read More