Alan Hovhaness' music has a mellow quality, no doubt a result of his passion for nature.
Cold in July speculates that there might be only one solution to toxic masculinity.
Ramsey Lewis was so cool he made Joe Cool look square.
By constantly chasing fitness fads, we can easily miss the rare fad that actually seems to work.
If you're nostalgic for the hope Gorby offered and mourning his passing this week, Meeting Gorbachev is a moving and thoughtful documentary.
And if Olivia Newton-John wanted her legacy to be one of positivity, we can be grateful that the wealth of music she gave us will be there to help us carry on.
Let the Record Show also offers a template for future social movements, with lessons we would all be wise to remember.
Beyond the Missouri Sky has been comforting me for twenty-five years.
Miami Vice provides a telling commentary on the struggle between good and evil in the American landscape of the 1980s.
What really strikes me at the moment is how much we owe Vincent's brother Theo Van Gogh.