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‘The Lighthouse’ is a darkly funny and harrowing examination of masculinity

(11/06/19 6:22pm)

Divorced from visuals and performances, Robert Eggers’s screenplays read like landmark pieces of American theater still studied and performed for their enduring relevance. Though ostensibly marketed as horror films, his movies are historical dramas at heart, so deeply researched and written in such dense, archaic language that they serve as roadmaps into specific eras of American history. 





Making the most of Nasher brunch

(11/07/19 5:00am)

It’s November, Mercury is in retrograde and I for one have mapped out the remaining weeks of the semester with a mild but steadily intensifying sense of dread. The semester is flying by, and it’s a good idea to check in with the Food Points Usage Chart. If the food point balance is at all in your favor, it is time for one thing: Nasher Brunch.  


Beyond the arc: Duke men's basketball's defense carries Blue Devils in win over No. 3 Kansas

(11/06/19 6:22am)

It wasn't exactly pretty, but fourth-ranked Duke took care of business against No. 3 Kansas Tuesday night, winning 68-66 for the program's third consecutive Champions Classic victory. The Blue Zone takes a look at three takeaways, three key stats and looks forward for the Blue Devils:









An airing of grievances

(11/06/19 5:00am)

You know that Seinfeld episode with Festivus? Not sure if Seinfeld references are still culturally relevant but I think this one is important to my story so I’m gonna go for it and if it doesn’t land, well, the ten people who make up The Chronicle opinion section’s readership base will just have to wait another two weeks for Alex Frumkin’s follow up to his column about bean burgers.