Nick Drake, who died 40 years ago, was too ethereal to compete with 1970s showmen like David Bowie and Elton John. But he was the perfect musician for the digital era.
Just as the main plot gets mind-numbingly complicated, the mid-season finale shakes things up.
Robbie Rogers's new autobiography is dull—and that’s not a bad thing.
The Arsenal coach's brand of soccer brings plenty of joy, but not always victory.
An interview with Daniel Pink, the bestselling author of Drive and the host of Crowd Control, a new show on human behavior on the National Geographic Channel
A new biography co-authored by the home of the Copyright Office is alleged to lift text from at least five different sources with no attribution.
For its dazzling mid-season finale, the series spotlights the turbulent points of view of five different players involved in Cary's trial.
In movies, whites protect all of humanity; blacks usually protect their neighborhoods.
The Garden of Earthly Delights is now on leggings, in children's books, and getting name-checked by cool bands. Why?
The show's continued embrace of virtual history this week sees a government official telling the public that humanity's doom has already been sealed.
Dissecting "Crossed," the seventh episode of the fifth season
As social life gets ever more digital, new coffee shops and bars encourage face-to-face interaction via the likes of Settlers of Catan and Connect Four.
Highlights from seven days of reading about entertainment
Starz's new missing-child miniseries features exquisite shots, for those with the emotional fortitude to keep watching.
Behold San Marino's soccer team, ranked 208th in the world, after it held Estonia scoreless.
One 1939 book written entirely without the language's most common character uses more "G" words and fewer prepositions.
The comedian thinks people should have "the integrity not to ask" about the allegations against him. The institution apparently agrees.
The sport's fandom is vast, fanatical, and fans want to watch however they can. So stopping illegal streaming is going to require more than strict regulations and software.
Would it have been better if they hadn't split it in two? Probably. But it's still awfully good.
The habit of blaming players for being well paid tricks fans into thinking they are greedy. It's the owners who should be embarrassed.
With growing competition from online review services, Lonely Planet and other makers of travel books are experimenting—for better and worse.