Jesse Kornbluth reviews Arthur C. Clarke’s most phenomenal work.
Give your mind and heart a break. Listen to Nick Drake.
If you know your drunks, you already know Caroline Knapp’s breed: “high-functioning alcoholic.”
“Despacito” is the most popular song in the world right now.
Members of a world-renowned string quartet struggle to stay together in the face of death, competing egos and insuppressible lust. Jesse Kornbluth reviews here.
Here are some good vibrations: meet Eva and Fin.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews the life of an astonishing actress.
In a country teetering on the brink of civil war, two young people meet. They embark on a furtive love affair, and are soon cloistered in a premature intimacy by the unrest roiling their city.
I don’t ask for favors… for myself. But I’m asking one now — for a theater.
A black comedy of manners about vast wealth and a woman who can define herself only through the perceptions of others. Jesse Kornbluth reviews here.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews Andy Palacio and the Garifuna Collective.
“Good food,” Jim Harrison believed, “is a benign weapon against the sodden way we live.” Jesse Kornbluth takes a look at his cuisine here.
“After the Wedding” is a film you shouldn’t miss out on. Jesse Kornbluth reviews.
Julie Metz’s life changes forever on one ordinary January afternoon when her husband, Henry, collapses on the kitchen floor and dies in her arms. Suddenly, this mother of a six-year-old is the young widow in a bucolic small town. And this is only the beginning.
On September 18, 2007, Randy Pausch gave his last lecture. Here’s Jesse Kornbluth’s take.
In lively, personal chapters on produce, dairy, meat, fish, chocolate, and other real foods, Nina Planck explains how ancient foods like beef and butter have been falsely accused, while industrial foods like corn syrup and soybean oil have created a triple epidemic of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease.