The noble defence of an infinitely multiplying list of ‘marginalised groups’ is a predatory movement
The group melded the materialism of the urban landscape with what was idealistic and essentially Romantic about the city
Christopher Robin reviewed
There’s only one thing you can’t be in our pluralistic society, and that’s just you
Jimmy Page: The Definitive Biography by Chris Salewicz reviewed
Time to buy brown
William Giraldi, author of the novels Busy Monsters and Hold the Dark ahead of publishing his first collection of essays,
David Duke would be proud of Boots Riley’s argument
They said politics couldn’t get verse, but now it has...
The last week of the celebrated and controversial author
The Queen of Soul is dead — there is no plausible heir.
Online life is no life at all
Pop was invented for teenagers, and it’s wholly appropriate that it should have outposts that are completely remote to me.
The former British Shadow Chancellor’s new documentary is more favourable of Trumpsters than anyone at the BBC could have ever imagined.
‘My goal is to build a bridge between the present and the past.’
The furore around the Teeth author’s latest short story shows the risk of keeping your politics slightly to yourself.
The New York Times critic has nothing to apologise for. Yet he has apologised.
I am troubled by the misuse to which he puts his considerable acting skills, quick brain and undoubted ballsiness.
Mission Impossible: Fallout reviewed.
Calypso is quite repetitive, especially when it comes to what is really its main concern: houses.
From his early street fights to his friendship with Steve McQueen, from his cha-cha to his one-inch punch, Bruce Lee was made to be Bruce Lee.
In which our correspondent strikes out for the territory.
Paws for thought