Claire Oleson reviews Nomi Stone's new book of poetry "Kill Class," about her experiences in mock Middle Eastern villages in North Carolina.
Sophia Stewart discusses the bittersweet second and final season of Phoebe Waller-Bridge's "Fleabag."
"What does it sound like when absurdity coexists with sorrow? It sounds like a mind in full."
CBS’ "Blood & Treasure" tells a story about looted antiquities funding terrorism — but will telling this story lead to more destruction of the past?
Piper French reflects on the Netflix docu-series "The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann," and the stories of missing children that get less attention.
"They did the work by hand, including, legendarily, lowering each other down in baskets by ropes to place explosives as they cut through the Sierra Nevada."
Becca Schuh examines the critique and praise of Kristen Roupenian's "You Know You Want This."