A new HBO documentary zeroes in on the immense psychological toll it took for the legendary golfer to go from prodigy to phenom.
“The real fraud is that we call ourselves a democracy yet deny the people of our capital political representation.”
Writers and editors share the recipes, habits, and cooking lessons that have helped us make it through the year, one meal at a time.
Netflix’s new adaptation of August Wilson’s play understands the singular magic of the blues.
In 2020, tackling 121 episodes of a single show was no longer as daunting as it once seemed.
A selection of the most illuminating music to come out of a dark year, handpicked by our staffers
The year’s most distinct and worthwhile series
Black fans of the Washington Football Team are adapting to a new future for their beloved franchise—and reckoning with its past disregard of Native Americans.
Cooks and non-cooks alike from around our newsroom share their best tips for navigating this strange Thanksgiving.
The app’s young creators are outshining mainstream political comedy—and tapping into a longer tradition of Black American humor.
Like other stories about terrible rich people, HBO’s glitzy murder mystery The Undoing is entranced by a world it finds immoral.
Issa Rae’s sunny demeanor enlivened last night’s episode and ushered in a handful of sketches that diverged from the show’s standard fare.
Probably not—but a new AMC show about the false promise of true love makes for strangely comforting viewing in pandemic times.
Oh, well imagine: Panic! at the Disco’s debut album is 15 years old, and young listeners still love it.
HBO’s tepid satire about the provincialism of U.S. liberals doesn’t play well in a year as catastrophic as 2020.
Give into the lush, neo-noir pleasures of the new Starz show P-Valley.
This year’s national reckoning over policing means that more people could stand to seriously listen to the music of young artists who have firsthand experience with the system.
The fantastical HBO series imagines white supremacists as literal monsters but fails to make its Black heroes as compelling.
A former U.S. poet laureate’s new memoir reflects on the power of storytelling to help us grieve—and offers lessons for surviving the cataclysms of the present.
The ranking reveals a sad reality: People are really bored right now, and that leaves a lot of room for mediocre content to flourish.