No. 38

2 monthes ago   |   By Dick Rink


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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

‘How They Got Over' Review: How Gospel Begat Rock

In the director Robert Clem's documentary about gospel quartets and their undeniable influence on rock 'n' roll, Sister Rosetta Tharpe has competition. Read more ...

George Butler, Bodybuilding's Boswell in Photos and Film, Dies at 78

In his photographs for the book “Pumping Iron” and his documentary of the same name, Mr. Butler helped set Arnold Schwarzenegger on the road to stardom. Read more ...

HOWL.CACKLE.RATTLE.BOO! HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

HOWL.CACKLE.RATTLE.BOO! HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

As is typical, Traverse City folks have decorated their yards in earnest for Halloween! It was great fun photographing the scary displays throughout the area. It was amazing to... Read more ...

‘Chess of the Wind' Review: A Remnant of an Iran That Used to Be

Mohammad Reza Aslani's 1976 film about family mendacity existed for mere days before it was banned and then lost in the ensuing tumult. Now it's back. Read more ...

5 Classical Albums to Hear Right Now

A rising singer, a jazz-choral amalgam, a quartet meditation and standards by Brahms and Chopin are among the highlights of recent recordings. Read more ...

‘The Spine of Night' Review: Cosmic Forces at Work

Ultraviolent world-building and bone-crushing dominate this animated fantasy film. Read more ...

‘My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission' Review: Boy on the Run

The third full-length movie in this franchise offers a formulaic plot and forgettable villain. Read more ...

‘Joy Ride' Review: Still Standing

Bobcat Goldthwait and Dana Gould share the stand-up stage in “Joy Ride,” trading war stories, family nightmares and twisted anecdotes. Read more ...

‘Army of Thieves' Review: A Little Help From Some Old Friends

This “Army of the Dead” prequel leans in, deliberately, to every last heist movie cliché. Read more ...

‘Antlers' Review: Buck Wild

An environmental parable is tucked inside this gloomy film about a creature that terrorizes a small Oregon town. Read more ...