On the controversy surrounding the Berkshire Museum.
The New Criterion remembers a number of close friends.
On a new Classics journal published by the Paideia Institute.
On Latin as an alive and spoken language.
On the composer, conductor, pianist, and writer Leonard Bernstein.
On writing, and on English style.
On illicit literature of the French Revolution.
On Disco Pigs at the Irish Rep, Hindle Wakes at the Clurman Theatre, & Farinelli and the King at the Belasco Theatre.
On “Veronese in Murano: Two Venetian Renaissance Masterpieces Restored” at the Frick Collection.
On the controversy surrounding the Berkshire Museum, and on “Ann Purcell: Caravan Series” at Berry Campbell, “Ben Godward: Sculptures” at Sean Scully Studio, and “Katherine Bernhardt: Green” at Canada.
On ISIS and the Bolsheviks, the Olympics & “pricing out” free speech.
On The Elixir of Love at the Metropolitan Opera.
On a soprano in recital at Zankel Hall.
On the revival of Salome at the Royal Opera House.
On Roman religion, Jasper Johns, medieval time & more.