by Christian Williams
Jim Henson's funny, but violent, commercials for Wilkins Coffee in the late 1950s offer a glimpse at an influential entertainer developing what would become a hugely successful template for entertaining both children and their parents.
Challenge your opinion of performance art with The Artist is Present – a fascinating film that documents the 2010 Museum of Modern Art performance art piece of the same name by Marina Abramović.
Nearly half of all known languages may soon be lost.
The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight, the More I Love You is the new album by Neko Case, and it's a tough, proud, powerful album that’s simply stunning from start to stop.
Artist Wayne White, the puppet master behind Pee-Wee’s Playhouse, demonstrates how to live life through art in the documentary Beauty is Embarrassing.
A move to southeast Alaska uncovers more than just a mythical land—rather an exciting family history.
Comedian Reggie Watts uses disorienting performances to make his mark on the avant-garde branch of comedy known as anti-comedy.
Utne Reader premieres David Bromberg's new tune "Keep on Drinkin'" from his new album Only Slightly Mad, which is out September 24 on Appleseed Recordings.