Flying robots: a fun new thing for everyone—from normals to celebrity wedding planners—to worry about when planning a ceremony
Robert Zemeckis painstakingly and beautifully renders the high-wire artist Philippe Petit’s 1974 walk between the Twin Towers.
New technology rolled out in London this summer allows advertisements to track viewer’s facial expressions.
An ABC Family sitcom may continue the pop star’s humanization campaign.
The folk and rock roots band David Wax Museum has a new album coming out on October 16, Guesthouse (preorder…
Works of art have long informed how people understand the past, and Hamilton is no exception.
The quintessential ’80s adventure show—co-starring Yetis, druglords, and killer ants—is 30. It has not aged well.
Justin Bieber issues some rules for modern-day autograph seekers.
The French actress Marion Cotillard recently gave an interview to Porter magazine in which she said, “I don’t qualify myself…
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His first episode of The Daily Show had its bumps, but the new host’s energy and enthusiasm felt like a change for the better.
The crime drama, once the most popular thing on television, went out Sunday night after steadily declining ratings and a series of reboots.
In a joint review of new albums by Disclosure and CHRVCHES, Caracal and Every Open Eye, respectively, Spencer…
Two bands once pegged as derivative ended up being much-imitated. What do they do next?
The Intern celebrates the power of old age, while mourning the loss of the authority that used to come with it.
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Anne Tyler’s novel, her 20th, is a meditation on the meaning of home.
A reader recommends a religion-themed song for Sunday: Though my own personal beliefs don’t match Mega Ran’s…
A new follow-up to Stieg Larsson’s Millennium trilogy raises the question of whether iconic literary heroes belong to writers or readers.