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Poetic efficiencies, subtle subversions streak through ‘vītatio’

Thoughtful group show at Altman Siegel coalesces into third space beyond gender binaries and colonial violence.

Screen Grabs: Pumping up the heat (and lycra) in ‘Love Lies Bleeding’

Plus: Kitchen sink queer drama in 'Silver Haze,' friendship on the border in 'The Breaking Ice,' more movies

10 cult classics: Books on charismatic leaders to nourish your squint-eyed cynicism

Popularity of follower docs aside, unraveling sects might be best as a book-length pursuit. Here are titles that take on the task.

After 60 years, the major media still won’t tell the truth about the JFK assassination

The evidence that top officials in the military and CIA killed the president is overwhelming—but The New York Times won't even run an oped about it.

Screen Grabs: ‘Dog Day Afternoon’ and the evolution of trans cinema

1975 classic was rare sympathetic portrayal—now continued in new films 'Orlando, My Political Biography' and 'Biodome'

Ceasefire now: Violence and oppression in the Middle East must end

Bombing and displacement must be halted. All people in the region must live freely. Collective punishment is no path to peace

Screen Grabs: Chronicle of a dark US chapter in ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’

Scorsese's epic is a big Hollywood project done right. Plus: 'Silver Dollar Road' looks at another alarming injustice

The local record and legacy of Dianne Feinstein

Let's celebrate her accomplishments. But there's another story that needs to be told. I was there.

Shipwrecks and scurvy: ‘The Wager’ reveals human frailty beneath European colonialism

Novelist David Grann's tale of 18th-century maritime disaster adds to his record of relentless truth-telling, rats and all

Among the drug traffickers you don’t hear about: The United States Border Patrol

The media loves to blame immigrants, while ignoring the fact that some of the people guarding the border are also working with the drug cartels.