As Afghanistan slides further into extremist rule, Asne Seierstad’s “The Bookseller of Kabul” is a poignant walk down memory lane in a different time, one full of promise.
Arts and Entertainment
Opinion: Poetry is one of the best forms of expression
What if poetry is a better way to communicate and bring about change in our mindsets and with one another?
Review: Netflix airs the second season of Japanese drama ‘Alice in Borderland,’ is it better than the first?
The show balances the brutality of human suffering while showing the compassion in people brought out in desperate times.
Opinion: Rom-coms are superior to any other film genre
An often overlooked genre of films are rom-coms, a classic love story with a touch of comedy is truly something that is unmatched.
Review: Korean Drama film ‘20th Century Girl’ broke everyone’s heart including mine
Arguably the best K-Drama of 2022 sparks emotion and nostalgia while keeping it painfully real.
Review: The Power of Nostalgia: The World of Percy Jackson comes to life in L.A.
The Getty Villa in L.A. offers an audio tour for visitors to be immersed in the World of Percy Jackson, inspired by the book series by Rick Riordan.
Review: HBO’s ‘The Last of Us’ makes its fascinating debut
HBO has finally released its highly anticipated “The Last of Us” adaptation, and it’s incredible.
Pulling focus on Ariana Hoshino
Hoshino captures people in their shape through the art of filmmaking.
It’s not just acting: Teenagers should play teenage roles
Movies and TV shows typically cast adult actors to play teenage roles, which portrays an inaccurate representation of the teenage experience and can be harmful to young viewers’ self-image.
Ventura band Looking West jams forward
Learn about the band Looking West, which comprised of high school students from Ventura, Calif.