Joy Press

  1. profile
    David Oyelowo Is Taking a Bigger Piece of the PieHe’s tackled roles from MLK to Othello. But with Gringo, he’s ready to make you laugh.
  2. The Enduring Legacy of Roseanne, 30 Years LaterThe show’s originality resides above all in the character of Roseanne herself.
  3. The Post’s Liz Hannah On How Her Spec Script Launched an Oscar CampaignLiz Hannah hoped her script about the Pentagon Papers might land her an agent. She would up getting a call from Steven Spielberg.
  4. new york beginnings
    The Life and Death of a Radical SisterhoodFifty years ago, a group of women convened in New York with one clear goal: Dismantle the patriarchy. Their struggle feels all too contemporary.
  5. appreciations
    The Importance of Kate MillettThe feminist critic took aim at American culture, and ignited the modern women’s movement.
  6. books
    Author Danzy Senna on Finding Inspiration After Leaving BrooklynThe New People writer moved to California because New York felt like “a book party that never ended.” She doesn’t mean that in a good way.
  7. overnights
    Dollhouse: Many Unhappy ReturnsWe confront the awkward and awful core of the show.
  8. overnights
    Dollhouse: Echo ChamberStill trying to convince yourself that ‘Dollhouse’ is the headiest televisual meditation on human identity, power, technology, and gender since ‘Battlestar Galactica’ went off air? So is Joss Whedon.
  9. overnights
    Dollhouse: Van Halen’s LawEcho enters the mommyplex.