The highlights from seven days of reading about entertainment
The Super Bowl, as an American ritual, is a sporting event annually foisted upon a large number of people who…
As Chris Orr just noted, the filmography of the Coen Brothers is now so deep, there’s a fun bit of…
Fox’s new series is produced by Andy Samberg and his Lonely Island partners, and stars three female comedians.
In what is a recurring—and fun—tradition, the Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday has updated her ranking of all 17…
What happens when the big game’s primary cultural spectacles get translated into emoji?
Spike Lee’s new film Michael Jackson's Journey From Motown to Off The Wall spotlights the same sort of work ethic that drove Earth, Wind & Fire’s success.
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The rollicking adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith’s 2009 mashup gives Jane Austen’s beloved novel an undead twist.
The new Daily Show host, Trevor Noah, is smooth and charming, but he hasn’t found his edge.
The Coen brothers’ latest film may not rank among their greatest, but it is an unexpectedly delightful celebration of the movies.
The comedian’s hour-long Netflix special, Comedy Camisado, is a polished riff on his growing fame.
Eliza Hardy Jones opened for Grace Potter last weekend in Austin before joining the main act as the keyboardist. Her…
Junior Boys’ gorgeous new album Big Black Coat sounds cold on purpose, says Jeremy Greenspan.
Ibtihaj Muhammad, a fencer, will make history when she competes at the Rio games.
In the ’80s and ’90s, artists were charged with making films seem as lurid and enticing as possible, regardless of plot.
A reader writes: I think Jack Johnson’s “You Remind Me of You” fits well in your “songs…
Don’t blame her for his death, though. The constraints of storytelling sealed his fate.
The Super Bowl, Grammys, and Oscars offer her a respectability hat-trick, after which maybe she can come back and save pop music.
Two artists have repurposed the presidential candidate’s campaign bus in order to critique his controversial views.