Eisa Ulen looks at Jordan Peele's "Us" and compares it to Spike Lee's 1989 "Do the Right Thing."
Marie Myung-Ok Lee discusses the opening of a white-run "clean" Chinese restaurant in Manhattan.
"France has a way of enticing Californian women who love to cook." Chloe Chappe on Alice Waters and Alice B. Toklas.
Joseph Giovannini provides schematics used in his analysis of the Zumthor-LACMA reconstruction proposal.
Lewis Page gives a second look to "Captive State," which was released on March 15 to "brutally lukewarm reviews."
“Born in the U.S.A.” is a song of audible rage, but this rage is entirely inseparable from its production, from its angular and glossy trappings.
Jeffrey Wasserstrom interviews LARB Editor-in-Chief Tom Lutz about travel and its influence on his music.