Stories about Violence

Special Report: Scenes from the migrant caravan in Tijuana, part 2

“We all cross or nobody crosses.” The migrants are moved, but vow to stick together. Plus: how you can help.

Special Report: Scenes from the migrant caravan in Tijuana, part 1

Anthropologists from UC Berkeley document the treatment of the migrants as they face heavy weather and delays at the border.

Screen Grabs: Holiday zombies, wild Youtubers, Japanese classics…

Bitter Melon, The Brood, Roger Ailes doc, German Expressionism, and more coming to cinemas. Read our reviews!

Viggo Mortensen on ‘Green Book,’ personal growth, and racism in America

"You can only cure ignorance through experience" says the star, tipped for an Oscar nomination in his latest movie.

Arts Forecast: Mezzanine closing, Taylor Mac, Laurie Anderson, Angela Davis…

Recombinant Festival, Remembering Harvey Milk, Circus Bela, Vampire Christmas, Night Bloom, more this week

Holcombe Waller’s timely queer ‘Requiem’ for persecuted LGBTQs

The artist-composer fills Grace Cathedral with a queer-centric Latin mass, dedicated to the repose of agitated souls.

On Veterans Day, let’s also remember those who fought for the right to dissent

Conscientious objectors have a noble history in this country -- and are too often forgotten.

Solidarity after the massacre of Jews in Pittsburgh

... and how best to protect ourselves.

South Asian film fest 3rd i looks anew at a changing region

From director Indu Krishnan's tech-transformed Bangalore to musical life near Myanmar, the 16th annual event offers timely connections.

Can you ever forgive Richard E. Grant?

The charming co-star of Melissa McCarthy's new movie on playing a tipsy gay grifter, 'Absolutely Fabulous,' and a tricky nude scene