Armistead Maupin captures the epic sweep of transgender history in his nine-book series.
Right-wing commentators have endorsed Walden Media's adaptation of Lois Lowry's classic novel, but that says more about the culture than "The Giver" itself.
"Star Wars" may get a Blu-Ray release in its original form, and Showtime gives us a look at a reset "Homeland."
We are a less forgiving society than the one that let Irish, Jewish and Italian immigrants rise despite their misdeeds and sometimes, because of them.
Pop culture has moved away from the idea that police officers are part of communities and work to serve them, and towards an ideal that police work is war.
It's one thing to be the signal that cuts through the noise. But be sure to think about what your pitch will look like when it shows up in a reporter's inbox.
Remembering Lauren Bacall. And what "Meet The Press" might learn from "Last Week Tonight."
Three rules for having productive conversations about art we love that has ideas we hate.
John Keating urged us to look at the world through poetry. The medium has a tremendous amount to say about depression and suicide.
Writers and their partners share how online harassment affects their relationships and private lives.