All Stars 2 giddily celebrates the golden age of a brilliantly silly show.
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The successes of foreign-born athletes like Mo Farah and Bernard Lagat offer a rejoinder to nationalistic sentiment in the U.S. and Britain.
From Jason in Portland, Oregon: In regard to the current track-of-the-day prompt, one of my…
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The newest film from the animation studio Laika is visually stunning—even if the story it tells is shaky at times.
Deception at the games is as old as the competition itself.
Todd Phillips’s comedy-drama, based on a true story of gun-runners in their 20s, should be brutally funny. It’s not even brutal.
The singer’s album is not the one that’s been promised, but there’s plenty to dig into nonetheless.
Americans once completely dominated the sport—but that hasn’t been the case since last century.
The last of the four swimmers involved in a bizarre tale of robbery at gunpoint has paid $10,800 to resolve the case, for which Ryan Lochte and the U.S. Olympic Committee have apologized.
The things that make Pride and Prejudice’s middle sister so unappealing as a supporting character are precisely what make her compelling as a star.
Reader Doug sends a raft of songs that he loves working to, and I’ve included his first pick…
A comedian and writer for Inside Amy Schumer drew his boss into an internet firestorm by criticizing a theater for banning an accused rapist.
The news-gossip website that was bought this week by Univision announced Thursday it will cease operations next week.
The HBO miniseries portrays religious hatred as just one ever-multiplying cause and effect of injustice.
Jack Conger and Gunnar Bentz were taken off a U.S.-bound flight over what Brazilian authorities say are inconsistencies in their accounts of being robbed at gunpoint.
The up-and-coming filmmaker is under intense scrutiny for rape charges leveled against him 17 years ago. Here’s why this debate is necessary.
Here’s Lauren: When I am writing my novel, I love listening to Max Richter—specifically “The…
J.K. Rowling said there’d be no new stories about the boy wizard after the Cursed Child play. Then Pottermore announced three new e-books.
Her excellent new essay collection, The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo, offers a gentle rebuke to the comedian’s own self-effacing act.