When is a walk more than just an innocent stroll? When life is examined outside the ivory tower amongst the anarchy of the streets! Chris Haddix reviews The Examined Life, an illuminating film that requires curiosity—and fortitude—of its audience.
Singer-songwriter Charlotte Greig's first novel, A Girl's Guide to Modern European Philosophy, takes the reader between the sheets and into the realm of existentialism. Marianne LeNabatreviews a premier with a suspenseful ending.
In his review of Susan Jacoby's The Age of American Unreason, Garic K. Lawrence claims American "unreason" is a fair assessment of the past, but the election of Barack Obama may portend a brighter future.