Get in touch with your nondominant side.
A poem for the congressman from Florida
Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s new documentary, Hemingway, dramatizes one of the great revolutions in the history of American literature.
When we remember this time, we’ll do so through a bunch of little boxes on a laptop screen. The photographer Thomas Dworzak captured our strange, sad year on Zoom.
Uncross those aching legs, solemn sitter.
In his life as in his fiction, the author pursued the shameful, the libidinous, the repellent.
You’ll be happier if you grade reality on a curve.
The outgoing president’s journey from reality television to the Oval Office is evident in every smile and every scowl.
A poem for the end of Donald Trump’s presidency
Seeking in the eloquent benders of Dylan Thomas and Herman Mankiewicz an answer to an ancient riddle
Go ahead, take one.
A selection of the most illuminating music to come out of a dark year, handpicked by our staffers
No spy novel has captured England—or the human capacity for duplicity—like John le Carré’s hunt for the mole.
In Inside Story, his final novel, the comic master delights, infuriates, and secures his legacy.
Thaw that turkey, and your soul. We hope these odes to the small pleasures in life will at least bring you back to room temperature.
They minister, they mollify, they bring us blankets.
A poem for Sunday
Taking pleasure in others’ pain as a reader of the advice column
The president preferred Jesus’s teachings to his supernatural acts—and edited his copy of the New Testament accordingly.
He boiled strings, cut vibrato bars in half, put the head of one guitar on the body of another—and created a sound that changed rock forever.