"Cancel culture" has been with us since this country began — did anyone actually see "Hamilton"? So why is a group of esteemed writers wringing hands about the way a new generation uses it?
Drive-ins had no big-budget movies to show. Indie film distributors had no indoor theaters to screen in. How necessity, and a pandemic, brought them together.
"The Crown" will run for its originally planned six seasons, Netflix announced Thursday, reversing an earlier decision to cut it off at five.
St. Paul's boarding school covered up decades of abuse. Crawford discusses her memoir, "Notes on a Silencing," about her on-campus rape.
In "Utopia Avenue," the giant, brilliant multi-novel Mitchellverse alights in swinging-'60s London with a winking rock homage.
Reid will take over the hour long held by Chris Matthews' program "Hardball."
As the life sentence-serving grandfather of a young murder suspect, J.K. Simmons plays it deliciously cruel.
COVID-19 prompted Sacred Fools to close a production about a Catholic girls' school performance of "Antigone." Now the play is getting new life.
Readers respond to coverage of face mask culture, how John Lennon's "Imagine" is perceived now, Justin Chang's "Hamilton" review and the passing of Carl Reiner.
Since Americana singer Margo Price recorded her new album in L.A., her husband contracted COVID-19, delaying the record's release.