The Fountains of Wayne front man, who died of complications from the coronavirus, made big songs about small triumphs.
Sunday’s showing offered a blueprint for a potentially dynamic chapter in professional football.
The video platform is backed by dozens of Hollywood A-listers and executives. But its launch during a global pandemic will be the real viability test.
Because of the pandemic, Eliza Hittman’s empathetic film about a teen seeking an abortion has been released to a broad audience online.
Netflix’s The Platform, a film about a vertical prison filled with gluttony and cannibalism, is striking a chord with American viewers now.
The “Lean on Me” and “Lovely Day” singer, dead at 81, was too great a talent and too independent an individual to be eclipsed by his own influence.
Who isn’t suspicious of other people, overtly worried about hygiene, and trigger-happy with a bottle of hand sanitizer?
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Comedy, the adage goes, is tragedy plus time. But in this pandemic, even humor has no idea what the future holds.
In an inordinately stressful moment, the Barefoot Contessa’s Instagram page has become one of the most soothing and wholesome places on the internet.
Is it any coincidence that the No. 1 song in the country is about loneliness and empty streets—or that it’s making people dance like Richard Simmons in their bedrooms?
Like many others in these times, I’ve turned to arts such as crochet and knitting to make sense of the chaos around me.
Hulu’s take on the novel Little Fires Everywhere doesn’t just translate the story to the screen. It goes where the author felt she couldn’t go on her own.
The best genre for the age of social distancing is one full of gorgeous scenes of the great outdoors.
The British HBO series Years and Years imagines a near-future defined by two phenomena: catastrophe and resilience.
One of the ironies of social distancing is that it can put privacy in short supply.
“We’re just kind of on a wing and a prayer now.”
The disregard for the elderly that’s woven into American culture is hurting everyone.
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No new friends. No new plans. Where is there to go in isolation but backwards and inward?
In the restaurant industry, how to get cash to out-of-work servers—and food to gig workers suddenly without income—is the question on everyone’s mind.
The difficulty of My Dark Vanessa lies in its adult narrator, who refuses to acknowledge her childhood trauma even as she recounts it.