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November 07, 2017
In July 2016, I watched season one of Stranger Things with my younger brother. I...
June 19, 2017
Love Nailed to the Doorpost
If you want to be submerged in the depths of Jewish spirituality, this is the...
March 09, 2017
Distorted Reality and FX’s
It’s been said that human beings warp everything that they touch as a consequence of...
February 01, 2017
What is poetry, anyway? I found myself musing about this as I sat with John...
December 27, 2016
Update’s Top Ten of 2016
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December 20, 2016
Kathleen Wakefield’s Invisible Stenographer
You’ve got to meet this character. She’s a stenographer by trade: From the outset she...
July 19, 2016
In a well-written and well-acted scene from Kevin Reynolds and Paul Aiello’s recent film, Risen,...
May 05, 2016
The Lone Ranger’s Easter Narrative
His back to us and to the camera, the hero walks silently away. His work...
April 26, 2016
Annie Spans the Gap, Part 1
The following appears as the editorial statement in Image issue 88. There is no such...
March 23, 2016
Better Call Saul
Better Call Saul, a prequel to AMC’s milestone series, Breaking Bad, further establishes co-creators Vince Gilligan...
March 21, 2016
A Space Program
The tenth item on a list entitled “How to Watch This Film,” which accompanies Tom Sachs' A...
February 15, 2016
The Coen Brothers, Plato, and the Imagination
By Santiago Ramos Note: This review contains mild spoilers. Hail, Caesar!, the Coen Brothers’ latest...
January 21, 2016
Wilberforce: An Interview with H.S. Cross, Part 2
By Gregory Wolfe and H. S. Cross Continued from yesterday. Read Part 1 here. GW: Religion and...
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Wilberforce: An Interview with H.S. Cross, Part 1
By Gregory Wolfe and H. S. Cross In September 2015, Farrar, Straus and Giroux published Wilberforce,...
December 17, 2015
For the Love of Hank Stuever, Part 2
Continued from yesterday. Hank Stuever’s 2005 collection of essays Off Ramp: Adventures and Heartache in...
November 03, 2015
Henry David Thoreau: Hopelessly Discontent
The following is an indirect response to Kathryn Schulz’s article “Pond Scum: Henry David Thoreau’s...
October 30, 2015
Science and the Death of Philosophy
My boy is a bit of a science geek. He subscribes to Discover and Popular...
October 29, 2015
The Affair and the End of It
The second season of Showtime’s The Affair premiered at the beginning of October. In the show, Noah,...
October 26, 2015
A Good Fight: Deux Jours, Une Nuit (Two Days, One Night)
If a pair of writer/directors exists that can rival Joel and Ethan Coen for a...
August 05, 2015
Kent Haruf and the Tie that Binds
By Rebecca A. Spears When you know people all your life you try to understand...
July 17, 2015
The Eighth Day: Reclaiming a Neglected Novel
It must be a common occurrence—having certain inanimate things make periodic appearances throughout a life,...
July 09, 2015
Art on Fire: The Life and Work of Melissa Weinman, Part 2
By Richard Cole Continued from yesterday. When Weinman completed her fellowship in Europe, she came...
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Art on Fire: The Life and Work of Melissa Weinman, Part 1
By: Richard Cole In a recent painting by Melissa Weinman, a small, white rose floats...
June 22, 2015
The Art of the Authentic: Bill Baer’s
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The Inner Life of Everyday Objects
On a morning when I was doing laundry, I was also reading Edward Dougherty's new...
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Hazel Motes Is Out of Time
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February 10, 2015
Living With Darwin
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The Sublime and Beautiful
From antiquity to the Enlightenment, one of the great aesthetic dichotomies involved the sublime and...
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The Crucifix’s Motley Crew
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