A roundup of our recent writing on arts and entertainment
Jim Doherty keeps the cinema series going: Your question about film work immediately made me…
Artists brought their work to the streets of Cleveland—from portraits to cosplay to sex dolls—taking advantage of the crowds.
In its chaotic second season, the Lifetime satire feels like ideas in search of a story—not the other way around.
The creator of the legendary sitcoms Happy Days and Laverne and Shirley, and director of Pretty Woman and Beaches, died Tuesday at the age of 81.
Third Eye Blind lectures the crowd not to ignore pro-gay lyrics.
Milo Yiannopoulos was banned after hateful messages received by Leslie Jones, a star of the new Ghostbusters movie.
The ABC teen drama that gave rise to “Generation Catalano” holds up. Really, really well!
What it means that the Republican nominee brought Queen’s “We Are the Champions” into the political arena
Reader Mike Kludt really lives up to the daily 4:20 p.m. timestamp for the Track of…
Netflix’s acclaimed true-crime docuseries is coming out with new episodes.
Released 20 years ago, the original Nintendo game was as much a bildungsroman as it was a monster-collecting challenge, and its newest incarnation captures that spirit.
The CBS Late Show host brought his Colbert Report persona back to satirize Donald Trump’s Republican National Convention.
A tentpole action movie starring women is remarkably forward-thinking given that so many films still fail the Bechdel test.
The Taylor Swift/Kanye West/Kim Kardashian media scuffle comes down to two words—and a few competing narratives.
Caroline from Los Angeles—“a long-time reader, first-time poster”—writes: Most people, like me, probably experienced Beck’s “Everybody’s Got…
Having to make just seven episodes a year might allow the creators to better craft an epic finish for the series.
Sarah G. is a big fan of the cover series: I’ve been following it intermittently for a…
As books from major publishers get bigger and more expensive, smaller houses are taking risks on more creative, original works.
A reader, Richard, lets the cynicism melt away: I am the type of person that…
The highlights from seven days of reading about entertainment