Chris Stedman and Nathan Goldman debate the relative merits of the two versions of Sufjan Stevens’s recently released “Tonya Harding."
Nora Battelle brings her URL life to IRL with the Astro Poets at the New York Public Library.
Thorsten Botz-Bornstein considers why there are so many cute cats on the internet, and how "cute-excellence syndrome" drives our culture.
The newest addition to LARB's Reckless Reader program is Fireside Books in Palmer, Alaska.
Chloe Lizotte walks us through the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal’s exhibition Leonard Cohen: A Crack in Everything.
Korea's version of Ted Talks is called "Sebashi," and its most popular talks are all about helping Koreans find a better way to live.
New York state has announced the launch of a pilot program that will severely restrict access to books in prisons.
Françoise N. Hamlin attends the unveiling of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, on the state's 200th birthday.
Andy Fitch interviews Jonny Thakkar about "Plato as Critical Theorist."
Klaus Mladek reflects on becoming a U.S. citizen and the meaning of justice.