Eric A. Gordon: Both films show how in the face of despair and frustration, a mode of often reckless rebelliousness often stands in for authentic resistance, as avenues for change and hope are systematically thwarted.
Ed Rampell: Philosophically this gloomy one-man exercise is more “odious” than “Ode.” Felder mentions Beethoven’s politics only in passing and otherwise overlooks Ludwig van’s rendering in music the Age of Reason’s noblest sentiments.
Eric A. Gordon: After all the scientific advances in understanding that humanity has painstakingly achieved, beating back superstition and ignorance, we know so much now about the universe that religion once sought to explain.
Enough about Trump, Cohen, Giuliani, and the Democrats’ prospects in November. Let’s discuss what’s really important: Dodgers manager Dave Roberts should have let Walker Buehler, who had a no-hitter after six innings, stay in the game until he gave up a hit. On Friday, Buehler, Tony Cingrani, Yimi Garcia, and Adam Liberatore teamed up to […]