Grace Z. Li is the Arts Chair for the 145th guard. She can be reached at email@example.com. Follow her on Twitter @gracezhali.
Whether she intends to create it or not, Welch’s concert experience is much like that of a spiritual one, one where the devotion is to the music than a specific religion.
From Perfume Genius to Carly Rae Jepsen, some of the biggest names in music graced San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.
Throughout the weekend, we’ll be visiting the best and the worst of Outside Lands’ food tents.
The constant repetition is suffocating the story—and Gilead is already a suffocating place.
This cycle of visiting the outside world only to return to Gilead’s borders is getting tiresome. At this point, June just needs to get the hell out already.
It’s easy to feel comfortable with her when Kiyoko is actively trying to make everyone in the room feel that way. “Everyone in this room loves you, supports you,” she said, and the crowd of strangers cheered, reaffirming her statement.
"The Handmaid's Tale" has finally given us a satisfying and refreshing episode that forces Gilead’s creators to step outside of their comfort zone and reckon with what they’ve done.
Mitksi wants you to dance in “Nobody,” her dreamy, disco-pop love song about solitude.
Together, Murata and her protagonist lead a novel that is delightfully candid and unexpectedly empowering.
The show needs to stop romanticizing trauma under the guise of heroism.
First Blood” is one of Season Two’s better episodes, even if it rushes the changing dynamics between June and Serena Joy ever-so-slightly.
A lot happens—too much, in fact, making the episode more chaotically disappointing than artful.
In the fourth episode of its second season, “Legion” finally pays attention to one of its main characters, Syd, who has been undeservedly underexplored until now.
“The Handmaid’s Tale” isn’t done with Gilead just yet, but the surprisingly artful dramatics and clever character exploration hint at equally interesting world expansions to come.