A memoir isn't a well-researched biography by a historian; it is a remembering fat with feelings; this is a gloriously personal invitation to us to see how she saw it.
It promises "an emotional rollercoaster, an inspiring and touching, if not transformative, experience for audiences," and largely succeeds despite the questionable premises of the book itself.
Social worker Elita Tewelde wanted to empower Chicago's bucket drummers, mostly young African American men and boys, through a connection to their past.
A new critique of pop culture, mass consumption and its objectification of the female body.
The music gives us this clarity about who we are, how we can be, the world we can achieve.
Activism, women's rights, and rap music were some motifs of the only Palestinian/Israeli-themed film at Tribeca this year.
Prince occupied a giant place in our culture; his loss sends shock waves through all categories of Americans - categories that he himself transcended.
Handel composed Alexander's Feast in early 1736; it became one of his most popular and most often revived works during his lifetime.
Marguerite is an exquisite film tribute to the strange, wonderful spirit of would be diva Florence Foster Jenkins.
Haggard wrote songs for the American working class to drink to, to dance to and to cry to.