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Movies

Allison Janney just scored her first Oscar nomination. Yes, first

Yvonne Villarreal

›  Willem Dafoe stayed ‘fluid’ for Oscar-nominated ‘Florida Project’ role
›  For ‘Dunkirk’ producer Emma Thomas, 8 Oscar noms are ‘the cream on top of the cake’
›  'I am ashamed I did this': Stars reflect on — and rethink — working with Woody Allen

Television

What time are the Golden Globe Awards? Here's everything you need to know

Nardine Saad

›  No Trump meant spotlight stayed on Kennedy Center honorees Norman Lear, LL Cool J, Gloria Estefan
›  Five moments when Matt Lauer's on-air behavior raised eyebrows
›  Ken Burns and Lynn Novick untangle the complexities of the Vietnam War

Celebrity

Oprah at the Golden Globes: Is she running for president? She should, they say

Libby Hill

›  Did You Hear ...? Mariah Carey set to ring in 2018; John Oliver shares his sadness
›  Rose Marie remembered as 'one of the original ... wisecracking women in comedy'
›  Two of Russell Simmons’ accusers say alleged sexual misconduct happened 'so fast'

Music

Mike Nesmith revisits influential post-Monkees country-rock with First National Band

Randy Lewis

›  This year's Calibash was a vivid showcase for post-'Despacito' Latin pop
›  Mary Gauthier's 'Rifles and Rosary Beads' album born of writing with combat vets, spouses
›  Compton's Most Vaunted: Who would deserve a spot on a Rosecrans Walk of Fame?
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