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    Alisa Bohling reviews Jayro Bustamante’s horror film "La Llorona," and traces echoes of the Guatemalan Civil War.

    Why Haven’t They Been Done Yet: Examining Policies in “One Billion Americans”

    Will Compernolle questions the feasibility and uniqueness of Matthew Yglesias' policy proposals in "One Billion Americans."

    Elena Ferrante Says if You Lean in You Might Just Fall Over

    "The 'your priorities will change' statement suggests that after having a child a person — most often a woman — will devalue her former aspirations..."

    The Museum as Weapon

    Curators affectionately refer to the label describing an artwork as its “tombstone.” Like a tombstone, it contains only the most …

    Much More Imaginative and Durable Solutions: Talking to Senator Michael Bennet

    Andy Fitch talks with United States Senator from Colorado Michael Bennet about sturdy political foundations and his book "The Land of Flickering Lights."

    t-swift is a dialectic

    Becky Zhang follows the evolution of Taylor Swift's aesthetic with the release of her latest album "folklore."