Arts Vanity: My Love-Hate Relationship with ‘A Game of Thrones’
Incoming Culture Exec Arielle C. Frommer will probably still be waiting for “The Winds of Winter” when you read this. Please feel free to reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org, especially if you have updates about “Winds.” Please.
Beneath the Stars and Planets
Curiosity and skepticism for what really dwells in space are what initially captured my interest in astrophysics, and I decided then, at nine years old, that I could imagine a life studying astronomy.
A view from the Observatory at dusk.
Students line up to peer through the telescope at the Loomis-Michael Observatory atop the Science Center.
Mary Cassatt: Impressions of the World Away from Men
We can all learn to be bolder from Mary Cassatt's adventurous life and artistic experimentation, and we can appreciate the beauty of womanhood for its own sake through her sensitive depictions of the domestic sphere, which make her a stand-out figure within a radical group of artists.
El Jefe’s Food Review: Bigger and Better, but It Just Isn’t the Same
Although nearly everything new about the popular Mexican joint was changed for the better, the memory of old El Jefe’s still lingers.
‘House of the Dragon’ Premiere Review: A Fantastical, Female-Driven Tale
It is inevitable that “House of the Dragon” will always be compared to its incredibly popular predecessor, “Game of Thrones,” but its pilot episode suggests that the new series will be just as superb.
What the Hell Happened: Will Smith Slaps Chris Rock at the Oscars
Exactly what happened when Will Smith got on that stage after Chris Rock cracked a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith?
Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun: A Study in Courtly Charm and Artistic Empathy
Her portraits continued to refuse an era or tradition, and her sensitive and empathetic portrayals of high-ranking individuals garnered even more popularity for her works.
Artemisia Gentileschi: Female Empowerment in the Artistic Mythos
Her work often featured scenes of strong and empowered women taking down tyrannical male villains, and were laden with double meanings in the context of her own trauma.
‘The Gilded Age’ Season Premiere Review: A Shallow But Entertaining Spectacle
“The Gilded Age” looks promising, or at the very least entertaining, and audiences should look forward to indulging in this gilded escapism.
Movie Trailer Breakdown: ‘Downton Abbey: A New Era’
The teaser trailer released for the franchise’s upcoming sequel movie proves that there absolutely are stories at Downton Abbey still untold.
‘ABBA’ 50-Year Retrospective: Thank You for the Music
This year, the timeless phenomenon that is ABBA is returning to the music scene and the stage with their latest album, “Voyage.”
Why Celebrities Are Going to Space —and What it Means for our Future
Humans have long dreamed of going to space, and now, the wealthiest and most famous can buy the chance to make this vision a reality.
Harvard Misinformation Expert Joan Donovan Forced to Leave by Kennedy School Dean, Sources Say
Harvard Faculty and Cambridge Students Speak Out Against AP African American Studies Ban
More Than 100 Call for Harvard Kennedy School Dean to Resign After Decision to Oust Joan Donovan
Harvard Law School Student Charged With Assaulting Student In Homophobic Attack
'The L Word: Generation Q' Season 3 Review: A Flaming Hot Mess