Tag Archives: Michael Keaton


On January 6, 2002, waking the nation after the holidays, the first Boston Globe story dropped: “Church allowed abuse by priest for years.” The Globe’s Spotlight team—a crew of investigative reporters who spend months digging into a single story—launched their coverage with one particular priest, John J. Geoghan, who abused more than 130 children. “Almost always, his […]


Masculinity dominates this year’s Best Picture race. From the pool of eight nominees, there are historical leaders of speech and thought, from Martin Luther King, Jr. to Stephen Hawking. War heroes of different shades in Chris Kyle and Alan Turing. Richard Linklater’s vision of a boy entering adulthood. Then we have the artist: the self-absorbed, self-punishing […]