Fifty years after its release, the classic caper film showcases the best of Old and New Hollywood alike.
Galileo and Thomas Aquinas show two views of how humans come to know the cosmos.
Rend Collective’s Chris Llewellyn dives into suffering, church failures, and politics in his first solo record.
Tara Isabella Burton’s new book ‘Self-Made’ surveys the grand, and sometimes ridiculous, history of how crafting identities shaped our modern world.
Plus: The New Mexico’s governor’s shameful whiff on fighting crime.
Cara Fitzpatrick’s ‘The Death of Public School’ overblows public education’s demise—and wrongly goes after school choice.
Netflix’s OxyContin series offers a comic-book version of a complex story.
A review of ‘Losing Our Religion.’
Reflecting on Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous words on the 60th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington.
Sohrab Ahmari’s critiques of free markets in ‘Tyranny, Inc.’ conflate private power with state-backed coercion.
The song’s admittedly uncomplicated narrative reflects the nation’s rural-urban divide.
Joseph Epstein’s new book explains why serious fiction matters, and what we’ll lose if we stop reading it.
Better climate policy begins with awe for America’s natural heritage.
Greta Gerwig’s film culminates in a narrow vision of womanhood.