Arts & Culture

Coverage of all areas of entertainment: live music, non-profit soirees, museum exhibits, art galleries, club bands, dance performances, culinary adventures and everything else that delights, surprises and enriches.

A young Montana ranch boy is sent to spend the summer with distant relatives. So begins his journey into the unknown and adventures of the open road. Amy Mills has this month's book review of Last Bus to Wisdom, by Ivan Doig.

The new film “Our Brand is Crisis” stars Sandra Bullock, but her brand isn’t enough to save the movie.    Rick Brough has this week's  Friday Film Review.

Unconventional storytelling of a true life story results in a first rate film - He Named Me Malala. Mark Harrington has this week's Friday Film Review.

In the new film, Sleeping with Other People, two young New Yorkers struggle to find true love, while also keeping their own friendship platonic. Sound like something you've seen before? Linda Jager explains in this week's Friday Film Review.

The author of a beloved best seller returns with a new novel filled with history, humor and secrets. Bobbi Pyron has this month's review.


Join KPCW's pop culture savant Rick Brough, as well as Friday Film Reviewers Barb Bretz, Mark Harrington and Linda Jager as they tackle the list of movies to catch on DVD, which Sundance films made it to the linelight and, of course, anticipation of the next Star Wars mvoie.

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To open it's 19th season at the Park City Eccles Center, Park City Institute has been chosen for a rare opportunity to stream a live, one-on-one conversation with the man who's been called a traitor, a hero and a patriot - Edward Snowden. Leslie Thatcher has more.

For today's Friday Film Review, Mark Harrington talks about a new movie that doesn't, for once, have a superhero.

One of the hottest tickets in the 2015 Sundance Film Festival was a ticket to the premiere of A Walk in the Woods, based on Bill Bryson's 1998 book of the same name. Here's Barbara Bretz with this week's Friday Film Review.

Ann Tyler's 20th novel, A Spool of Blue Threat, unravels themes of home and family through the intimate history of four generations of Whitshanks, Baltimore residents since 1920. Julie Crittenden has this month's KPCW book review.