author, 'Country of Origin'
Korean-American novelist and professor of creative writing at Temple University
Jul. 14, 2005
Nov. 25, 2004
Actress Nicole Beharie on the compromises for access and agency.
from The Treatment
Much of what distinguishes New Orleans today from other American cities can be traced back to deep French and African influences from the Caribbean Island now called Haiti.
from Music Special Programming
Indoor museums are still closed — while malls, tattoo shops, hair and nail salons have been open since Gov. Gavin Newsom lifted parts of the state’s stay-at-home order last month.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Eliza Hittman was at the Berlin Film Festival last February with her art-house abortion drama “Never Rarely Sometimes Always.”
from The Business
Ben’s life falls down around him, and he’s the protagonist, in A Wonderful Stroke of Luck , by master writer Ann Beattie.
During the pandemic, many renters have stayed in their homes because of local and state eviction protections, but are still on the hook for back rent.
from Greater LA
A few weeks ago, Los Angeles city and county officials were in the process of ending Project Roomkey, a program that places older and medically vulnerable people experiencing…
from Greater LA
In Chloé Zhao's gorgeous "Nomadland," a woman in her 60s, played with gusto and intimations of grief by Frances McDormand, joins a transient population of older and just plain old…
from Film Reviews
This week’s art picks include Kate Barbee’s stitched-up pseudo-Cubist forms; a new gallery in Chinatown focused on elevating design objects; and Xylor Jane’s palindromic paintings.
from Arts & Culture Stories