Watching David Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method can leave the viewer feeling dangerously complacent. Look how far we've come from those uptight Victorian and Edwardian women with their long, rigid corsets; their impossibly white shirtwaists; and their yards and yards of lace. Why, those women were ... More >>
It has often been said that for a group that makes up such a relatively small percentage of the population, Jews have had a disproportionately huge impact. The world would be a different place without Jonas Salk and his polio vaccine, without Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud. The legacy of ... More >>
Today's Purple Prose comes from Wit and Its Relation to the Unconscious by Sigmund Freud.
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene in St. Louis
She feld Jung, in a Freudian sense
HotCity presents a challenging Last Days of Judas Iscariot
Week of August 31, 2006
Unreal visits an anger-management expert. Then, feeling better, we scan the Bargain Box for a money-maker (note: not for shaking) and talk about psychiatrist-patient luv with a Scientologist (oops). Plus: the local blog of an alleged killer.
The lunatics have taken over the Asylum, and they’re very horny
Alma Mahler may have been a harpy, but the witless adventuress portrayed in Bride of the Wind? Not likely.