Culture

June 14, 2014

Football, Love, and Feminism: My Holy Trinity
How a sport "not for girls" shaped the life of Mona Eltahawy.
11:30 AM

How a sport "not for girls" shaped the life of Mona Eltahawy.

My Cancer, My Friend's Cancer, and a Stadium's Worth of Meat
Toasting the World Cup (and Much More) at a Brazilian Steakhouse
9:57 AM

Toasting the World Cup (and Much More) at a Brazilian Steakhouse

June 13, 2014

A Stake Through Tiki-Taka's Heart
And didn't it feel good.
8:20 PM

And didn't it feel good. 

Robert Frost Was Neither Light Nor Dark
He's worth reading because we're both
8:00 PM

He's worth reading because we're both.

In Praise of Beautiful Music
There's nothing edgy about Maria Schneider's big-band orchestra, but there's nothing wrong with that
8:00 PM

“Isn’t beautiful enough for you?” I’ve been struggling with this question for much of my life as a critic.

Why Men Avoid Growing Up
6:15 PM

A boy gets to play; a man doesn’t, at least not officially.

I Was Kim Jong-il's Poet Laureate
Writing helped me join North Korea's inner circle—until I committed treason.
6:07 PM

Writing helped me join Kim Jong-il's inner circle—until I committed treason.

Chelsea Clinton Made $600,000 a Year at NBC. That Upset a Lot of Male Journalists.
6:01 PM

Stop whining jealously about one woman's impressive paycheck and focus on the bigger issues at hand.

Can the Spanish Monarchy Survive Without King Juan Carlos?
His successor, Crown Prince Felipe, faces many challenges
5:57 PM

His successor, Crown Prince Felipe, faces many challenges: the growth of republicanism, lessening support for the main political parties and the ongoing moves by Catalonia to become independent. 

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