Come and Find Me is all about a man who will do anything to find his missing girlfriendI enjoy a good thriller now and then. It is not my favorite genre, but it has some good films in it. Yet I had never heard of Come and Find Me before. The only reason I decided…
Live by Night is not terrible, but it’s not worth great eitherGangster films have been a part of Hollywood for a long time. They deal with a kinds of situations and moments in history. There have been a number of iterations recently, but they have been hit or miss. Ben Affleck wants to change that. His new…
Image Comics reveals a special limited variant cover by series artists Chris Brunner and Rico Renzi.
States do not record the structural violence of racism as part of crime statistics. But this invisible violence has driven some people to self-harm. It has also masked forms of suicide.
Restorative justice requires a fundamental rethinking of policy and practice.
Is this a case of gross stereotypes?
Why is my country still “developing”?
If you like thrillers, murder mysteries, courtroom dramas, tales of depravity or realistic stories well told, here’s your next book.
Insensitive societies hinder men from being their best selves.
Fear strikes Orlando again – Derek de Koff shares the details here.
Mr. Jim Kenney’s parting words a year ago today foreshadowed tonight’s stop-and-frisk town hall in North Philadelphia.
How the death penalty may keep innocent people in prison.
“When it’s black people, crime is like this one size fits all … crime is crime. When it’s white people, we’re required to have a nuanced understanding of crime.”
Louise Thayer looks at a prison ‘experiment’ with devastating consequences.
Gary Bouchard’s blank verse “ripped from the headlines” poem is a remarkable meditation on cycles and human habit.
It turns out, city planning and design can do a lot more than just make things look nice; it can actually help cut down on crime and violence.