An Open Letter to Ken Brecher and the Library Foundation of Los Angeles

An open letter from Antena Los Ángeles to the Library Foundation of Los Angeles protesting the firing of Maureen Moore and Louise Steinman.

Waiting for Opening Night: After the Borderline Bar Shooting

A play about Columbine was supposed to debut this weekend at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks. Then, the Borderline Bar shooting occurred.

The Two Faces of Portugal

In a world of rising racism and far-right extremism, Portugal is often held up as a shining example of an open society. Is it?

Melancholic Narratives: On the Bicentennial of Ivan Turgenev

Eileen Battersby remembers the great Russian novelist Ivan Turgenev, on his 200th birthday.

Transphobia, Cloaked in Science

Sarah Richardson on the dangers of "scientific" definitions of sexual identity and the recent Health and Human Services memo.

Voting for Charisma

The power of charismatic candidacy isn't going anywhere. How should we proceed?

Kicking “Charismatic” to the Curb

Benedict Cosgrove critiques "charismatic" leadership.