"We shape our technology and our technology in turn reshapes our emotional lives."
Amelia Glaser draws parallels between the audience with Catherine the Great in Gogol's “Christmas Eve” and Donald Trump speaking with Volodymyr Zelensky.
Colin Marshall discusses the gamification of language-learning with Duolingo.
Will Firth discusses translating Serbian writer Miloš Crnjanski’s "nuanced expressionist collage."
Rebecca Chace reviews Edgar Oliver's latest one-man show "New York Trilogy" at the Axis Theatre.
Rebecca Harrison examines just what makes "The Lighthouse" so horrifying.
Sara Selevitch takes of tour of Los Angeles' signs.
Andy Fitch talks with Lawrence Lessig about what it might take to clean up America's democratic process.
Bob Blaisdell remembers the translation genius of Constance Garnett.
Robert Wood looks at the Stella and VIDA Counts and reckons with his own journey toward critical equity.