Voters are angry. That’s good for turnout — but bad for democracy | Opinion
Politicians on both the left and the right are eager to capitalize on this anger, leaving voters in a sour mood.
Yellowstone might be the perfect political soap opera for our divided era | Opinion
The Paramount Network show is a reflection and repudiation of Donald Trump's America
Philly and beyond celebrates the 50th anniversary of Marvin Gaye’s ‘What’s Going On’
According to one expert, Gaye’s message of social justice may be even more significant today.
From ‘Folklore’ to the Bronze Age collapse: 3 things that kept me sane in 2020 | John L. Micek
Here's a quick list of the books, music, and bits of culture that provided some peace and tranquility amidst the frantic hours of work, moments of mourning, and surprising intervals of joy and extreme gratitude that made up my 2020.
The Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ at 50: A look at a ground-breaking album | Appreciation
“Abbey Road,” perhaps more than any other Beatles album, shows how a song can be poetically written and an instrument deftly played.