In Spain, a dance guitarist hustles to make a modest living amidst economic turmoil.
The Saturday Night Live player has snuck a lesbian tradition onto network television in her brilliant impersonation of the tween idol.
Being ashamed of personal taste is pointless, but it's important to be aware of what makes you feel bad in the first place.
Political mockery thrives on a more cynical spirit than Veep and the American House of Cards can muster.
Kirstin Valdez Quade’s theatrical new short-story collection
As more U.K. publications woo U.S. readers, British and American English are mixing in strange, sometimes baffling, ways.
Kazuo Ishiguro, master of buried secrets, on losing the past
A centennial revival of too much of his work risks dooming America's poet of many voices to oblivion.
The show's 40th anniversary reminded viewers that the stars, not the sketches, are what matter.
Trust-fund babies and entrepreneurs are bankrolling auteur-minded films, with varying results—but at least they're not sequels.
The show finally ended its streak of solid episodes with a hour of (almost) total tedium.
There were two engagements this week, but both appear to be at risk thanks to unpleasant family members.
Netflix's rumored plans to bring the Nintendo franchise to TV could be a watershed moment in the debate of "are video games art?" It could also be another entry on a long list of calamities.
A new book suggests that the love song has always been among the most revolutionary of musical forms.
Highlights from seven days of reading about entertainment
The filmmaker discusses Ferguson, getting tenure at NYU, and the eclecticism of his new movie, Da Sweet Blood of Jesus
In a 1933 Atlantic article, the novelist shared her elaborate, self-aware approach to writing.
The "Style" video is her latest attempt to set herself apart from the pop mainstream with a classic, and fraught, fashion choice.
Fifty years ago, the record was the band's first solid effort to show it could go toe-to-toe with the blues greats.