Outrage mobs kept his new movie "American Dharma" out of theaters for a year.
As his $159 million new movie, The Irishman, hits theaters, the legendary director avers today is "brutal and inhospitable to art."
Parents in Canada seek damages and refunds for their children's in-game purchases.
The People v. Lawrence Ferlinghetti explains how America embraced free speech—and how we're ready to throw it away.
Ads for sandwiches, toilet paper, condoms, and more riffing off Game of Thrones show how market culture is a glorious "perpetual meaning machine."
OoT is a game about growing up-a useful metaphor for its foundational position in the history of adult video gaming.
A new study finds vegan and vegetarian men are embarrassed about their meat-free diets. They shouldn't be.
Must we have cultural commitments as well as political ones?
The novelist talks about film, #MeToo, Hollywood hypocrisy, the savviness of Kim Kardashian, and the longevity of American Psycho and Less Than Zero.
Nick Gillespie talks about the end of the cultural mainstream, the rise of DIY everything, and the quaint, unacknowledged power of $6 DVD players.
Deb Mashek explains why intellectual diversity can't be optional if we're serious about higher education.
Pantera's 1991 Moscow show helped cement the demise of a dying empire.
Matt Kibbe explains why "beer is freedom," and talks about his new documentary series with Rep. Thomas Massie, Off the Grid.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey apologized for eating at Chick-fil-A. What does that have to do with Donald Trump? Plenty.
The CNN host and best-selling novelist comes clean about his politics, why Hillary Clinton lost, and how his training in alternative media gives him a leg up.
Declining support for unfettered debate among politicians, academics, and the public doesn't bode well for the future of free speech.
The Academy Awards broadcast pulled fewer eyeballs for the same reason movie-ticket sales are down: We have more options. Thank God.
One bright spot in Donald Trump's very bad, very insane budget plan is his willingness to cut taxpayer-funded culture.
Republicans nearly at majority approval.
In the spirit of an interracial, equal-opportunity orgy of bougie-ness, check out these tunes and videos.
Everything's going to be more or less ok.
New poll gives insight in what has become a national debate.
In the future, everybody's religious beliefs will be newsworthy for 15 minutes.
Media Attacks on HGTV's Gaines Family and Victoria's Secret Might Make You Welcome Trump's Apocalypse
Casually labeling too many as racist, sexist bigots-sometimes for good reason, other times not so much-had something to do with Trump's election in the first place.
Will the rest of America eventually converge with the coasts?
Sorry kids, life "doesn't get better" after high school, says best-selling novelist. You just get better at navigating it.
Reason's Nick Gillespie & Brian Doherty, and The Daily Beast's Andrew Kirell discuss the Nobel laureate's anarchic individualism and cultural influence.
Damned if they do, damned if they don't
Art mostly failed us after the 9/11 attacks, but Captain Fantastic and others bound our wounds with spectacular responses.
The Night Of, Ballers, Vice Principals, and Last Week Tonight with John Oliver are products of the best arts patron of all: the free market.
Goes rougher on record company execs and the music industry more generally.
Cultural changes can happen quite quickly.
But Jane Jacobs' motivations in opposing the "Power Broker" remain misunderstood.
We spoke with author Andy Weir in September.