It was, for a long time, studiously ignored. Now, though, the bathroom—yes, the humble bathroom—is taking center stage.
A slew of cover-song recommendations come from reader Dan Paton: How about Joss Stone’s version…
The singer’s first post-breakout album is even slicker and more ’80s-indebted than his last—though also strangely conflicted.
A new documentary series, co-produced by the quarterback, Michael Strahan, and Gotham Chopra, is a surprisingly meditative look at the way sports give people a sense of meaning in life.
I tend to favor depressing Christmas songs, but reader Adam Feiges probably has a better idea during this…
The actress and former Church devotee takes aim at its practices in a new eight-part series on A&E.
Kenneth Lonergan’s new film succeeds not because of its sad tale, but because of its humor and empathy.
A new production of the 1970 Stephen Sondheim musical switches the gender of its main character from male to female, making an old show sharply relevant.
Bad news for Paul: Gilmore Girls, for all its charms, has never been terribly fond of outsiders.
From reader Daniel: I really like your “most transformative cover songs.” Here’s a suggestion…
She sleeps with a source. She falls asleep while talking to another one. It’s no wonder she hasn’t won her Pulitzer yet.
The director Robert Zemeckis spoke to The Atlantic about the throwback feel of his new World War II drama.
The singer-songwriter Laura Marling explores the intersection of gender and creativity in her innovative series Reversal of the Muse.
A regular reader contributor, Barry, recommends a kid-rock version of Adele’s mega-mega-hit (which recently passed one billion views…
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Pro football held a game south of the border for the first time since 2005.
The American holiday has long been overshadowed by Christmas when it comes to widely beloved films, TV specials, and songs.
The Netflix revival of the beloved series is uniquely positioned to offer a long-term portrait of one of TV’s first nuanced Generation-Y protagonists.
The team, which will play its annual Thanksgiving Day game, is a reminder of the excitement the league used to produce on a regular basis.