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Caroline A. Tsai
Caroline A. Tsai is the Arts Chair of the 146th Guard. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘Fine Line’ and the Church of Harry Styles
As long as the zeitgeist has demanded a pop idol, Harry Styles has delivered. With his credo of kindness, equality, and visibility, there are surely worse altars at which to worship.
What the Hell Happened: Harry Styles and the Eroda Conspiracy
Nietzsche was wrong. God is very much alive, and his name is Harry Styles.
Editors’ Note: Arts Hits One Million!
We are proud to present the 2019 Arts Year-in-Review — an annual round-up of the best films, albums, TV shows, and books of the year.
Arts Vanity: Is This Therapy or Just a Gentle Michael Schur Sitcom?
Got a problem? It’s nothing therapy (or the gentle sensibilities of a situational comedy populated by a multiethnic ensemble of lovable weirdos) can’t fix!
In ‘Marriage Story,’ A Showbiz Marriage on the Rocks
For Charlie and Nicole, love and art are so intertwined, they are practically interchangeable. Perhaps the greatest tragedy is that they cannot achieve either one together.
‘Last Christmas’ Has No Pulse
The film situates itself somewhere at the nexus of Hallmark holiday schmaltz and Paul Feigian black comedy, saccharine romantic comedy fare and posthumous George Michael publicity material.
Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey Discuss New #MeToo Memoir with Ashley Judd
Jodi Kantor can still remember the moment Harvey Weinstein arrived at the offices of the New York Times.
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Ashley Judd, Jodi Kantor, and Megan Twohey in conversation with NPR's Carrie Johnson at the First Parish Church.
Tragedy, Tyranny, and Designer Costumes: A Conversation on ‘The Politician’ with Ben Platt and Julia Schlaepfer
Seated at a polished wooden table in the Boston Athenaeum, Ben Platt, star of Netflix's "The Politician," was joined by co-star Julia Schlaepfer, who plays his character's First Lady-esque girlfriend Alice Charles, to discuss the new show.