For more than a century, Hollywood has been offering Americans lifestyle advice on how to live better, and the public has been gobbling it up.
When we have the choice to look, we are bound ethically and politically to what we witness and what we do with what we have seen.
Hamilton, the Lin-Manuel Miranda play, is taking Broadway by storm. Its use of a "race-blind" cast has been unprecedented in modern theater.
A writer named Elinor Glyn wrote a novel entitled "It and other stories in 1927"