Arts movie review
Lady Bird: A funny, bittersweet tale of female adolescence
Throughout the movie, Lady Bird and her mother’s conversations slip to and from endearing moments of mother-daughter synchronicity to irate bickering in a way that is both hilarious and entirely familiar.
Arts art exhibit review
‘At Sea’ exhibits intriguing photography
The self-evident materiality of these works, and their implicit manmade-ness, serve as a constant reminder of mortality. But these memento mori are not distressing. They arise not from fatalism, but an acceptance of the natural order.
Arts theater review
Exit, pursued by a bear
Every production of The Winter’s Tale interprets the instruction in its own way: as a man in a bear suit, a shadow seen in a flash of lightning, an evocative growl from offstage.