The “Millennial Unease” of Vampire Weekend’s Modern Vampires of the City

“Modern Vampires of the City conveys a millennial unease with God, patriotism, identity, nostalgia, and adulthood.”

Before Midnight Hits Home: A Married Couple Discusses The Film

Amy and Jack Peterson review the newest film in Richard Linklater’s “Before” series, “Before Midnight,” via e-mail.

ELSEWHERE: The “Evolution of the Swimsuit” and Nostalgia for More Modest Days

Why ‘Farm Lit’ Is the Best

“Could it be that we’re hungry for some more personal kind of face-to-face interaction?”

Why Women Need Better Fairy Tales

Millenials and Their “Radical” Faith

Millennials are more than passive consumers of the “radical” message, and they are driven more by love than fear.

The Office Ends, But Love Never Fails

Tonight “The Office” ends, but in its conclusion it reminds us that love never fails.

Denison Witmer: Songs To Grow Up To

A New Wave of Complementarianism?

Is it time to lose the label? Maybe.

Where’d You Go, Bernadette

ELSEWHERE: Dreher Responds to Our Review of The Little Way of Ruthie Leming

The Little Way of Ruthie Leming: A Lesson in Community

A rooted commitment to community – rather than a restless, relentless pursuit of career success – is the key to a full life.

Pour Me Something Stronger: Nashville’s Addictions

Why You Should Be Wary of Christian Music for Kids

Picking the Best Christian Music for Your Kids Isn’t Easy

Five Ways to Enjoy May