“Selena: The Series” turns the focus to the men behind her — creating a self-serving, controlled narrative that fails to illuminate the late singer herself.
Ryan Reynolds uses Taylor Swift’s ‘Love Story’ in a very 2020 ad for dating site Match — because this year has really gone to hell. Even Satan agrees.
With his impassioned plea against threats to election workers, “This has to stop,” Georgia’s voting implementation manager became America’s conscience on Tuesday, echoing Joseph Welch’s historic 1954 takedown of Joe McCarthy: “Have you no sense of decency, sir?”
Justin Chambers last appeared as Dr. Alex Karev in “Grey’s Anatomy” on Nov. 14. On Thursday night, the series explained the character’s departure.
Moviegoing will be different this Thanksgiving, but with high quality titles set for release and coming soon there’s still plenty of things to be grateful about.
ReedPop announced Tuesday that it was retiring BookExpo, the largest publishing convention in the U.S. Some say its decline was inevitable, even before COVID.
When COVID-19 shut down the opera stage, John Holiday turned to NBC’s singing competition. How the guy with a super-high voice became a surprise frontrunner.
It wasn’t too hard for editors at dictionary-maker Merriam-Webster to choose a word that rose above most in 2020: ‘pandemic,’ of course.
Morrison is a vocal critic of UK government measures meant to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
“Saturday Night Live” axed musical guest Morgan Wallen in October after he was caught partying mask-free. Now the country artist is booked for Dec. 5.
While so many people will do Thanksgiving on Zoom this year, I’m going cold turkey on digital connection and finding other ways to honor those I miss.
Reggaeton star Bad Bunny didn’t perform at Sunday’s American Music Awards after he was diagnosed with COVID-19. His rep says he’s ‘OK.’
Major movie theater chains have responded to the pandemic by putting COVID-19 protocols in place. Public health experts assess the risks.
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Lou Harrison’s delectable Suite for Violin With American Gamelan fuses Indonesian percussion, Renaissance Italian dances and 1970s hippie spirit.
Props from a beer commercial are being displayed as sculpture.
For those who could use some happy stories to carry you onward, here are 11 products of the pandemic for which we’re thankful.
Broadway musicals, including ‘Jagged Little Pill’ and ‘Hamilton,’ are back for a day in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
This week’s offerings: Jefferson Mays’ “Christmas Carol,” Patrick Stewart and Ruth Negga reciting Shakespeare sonnets, plus “Nurse Heroes Live!”
The stage director and spiritual seeker of “My Dinner With Andre” ruminates on his life and old age in his first book, “This Is Not My Memoir.”
Arnold Schoenberg’s sacrilegious “Pierrot Lunaire” foretold a distortion of reality that has never left us.
Social media platform Parler looks like it was designed by a pharmaceutical firm and sounds like a symphony composed of one note: conspiracy theory.
Our plague year is an opportunity to see, at last, one of the hidden truths of America’s founding: the great suffering of the Native people.