Among the Intellectualoids
No need to be a believer to star at a Methodist women's convention.
Are films the new sandwich boards?
The latest book on the Christian right imagines a destructive conspiracy where none exists.
The Da Vinci Code is nothing more than a formulaic retread of modern bestsellers.
New York Times editors yearn for a self-sustaining existence.
How Kaavya Viswanathan got a life.
Talibani Yale flies in its own airspace. See for yourself in this special screening of "Snakes on Yale's Plane."
The problem with American Dreamz is bigger than the moronic Bush-bashing.
Production of My Name Is Rachel Corrie is canceled, provoking cries of censorship.
In depicting terrorists, Hollywood is a gang that can't see straight.