The major milestones of feminist history, including ratification of 19th Amendment, are rarely seen on TV. But women's lives, work and politics are vital to it.
The simmering new LP from Helen Ballentine, who performs as Skullcrusher, has many exquisite moments, including a 56-second song with the punch of a Lydia Davis story.
Waldie, whose paean to his native Lakewood, "Holy Land," was a 1990s classic of Los Angeles writing, pulls it off again, though a little more darkly.
Film critic Justin Chang sits down to discuss the Harrison Ford-starring thriller with screenwriter Darla Lansu Campbell, the movie's No. 1 fan.
Hollywood's unions are gatekeepers to the entertainment industry, yet Black crew members say getting access for recognition for minority members is hard.
The five-part BET docuseries "No Limit Chronicles" looks back on Master P's Southern rap empire.
What's on TV Thursday, Aug. 13: The season finale of "Killer Camp" on The CW; "Restaurant Impossible" on Food; "Takoma FD" on Tru
Tim and Fred Williams have gone viral with their reaction video to Phil Collins' "In the Air Tonight." And no, they never listened to the song beforehand.
Calling Joe Biden's choice of Sen. Kamala Harris the "safe" move diminishes both the triumph and the challenge of the first Black female vice presidential candidate.
After fighting through what her friend Sia calls a "real breakdown," a resilient Katy Perry is set to deliver her first child and a new album, "Smile."