Ian McEwan's 15th novel channels high and low Shakespeare to wicked effect.
Donald Trump is uncouth, but he's not wrong in accusing liberal media of bias.
These days, cyberspace has all the answers. But it's the choices that can make you sick.
For a wine lover, it's good-bye to all that with a plunge into the world of Italian craft beers.
Events at a Kraftwerk gig in New Orleans beg questions about race, gender and bigotry.
Growing out of fractured language has fallen out of adult fashion, probably for keeps.
When it comes to leaving sleep behind, a new day is all about the power and persuasion of scents.
Marcin Wrona's portrayal of a wedding, and a haunting, is a brilliant look at historical denial.
In Nanni Moretti's latest, a dying mother plunges a filmmaking daughter into crisis.
Philip Roth's veiled autobiography about early 1950s college life makes little headway on screen.
Peter Vilbig: "I'm an 8 percenter (which used to be called Middle Caste). Forget the Starvelings, the Subalterns, the Substratas..."