Charlottesville city councilor Kathy Galvin on the challenges of city governance
One of the most salient features of the post–World War II suburb was its localization of the American middle class and its propagation of practices of mass consumption.
It's at the margins of our established ways of engaging our world and ourselves that new ways of seeing and imagining what it is to be human so often emerge.
Encryption offers a false substitute for real solutions—something that is the moral equivalent of vigilante force when what we need is better government and law.
To reduce a museum experience to the laws of supply and demand devalues not only the art itself but also the curators’ years of education and expertise—connoisseurship on which we rely in institutions that position themselves as cultural arbiters.