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The Circuit, Rowan Ricardo Phillips’s latest book, deftly chronicles the sport’s 2017 season with a joyful reverence.
As tragedy approaches, she is stricken, broken—and at the height of her artistic powers.
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A traveler plots an escape from a rural train station.
The If Beale Street Could Talk director discusses why his new film was harder to make than Moonlight, how he brought 1970s Harlem to life, and what kind of “chemistry” he wants between his actors.
Inspired by his one-man show, Latin History for Morons, the comedian recommends three books that challenge one-sided narratives of the past.
The hip-hop boom and the talent of women are finally being recognized with more nods. But will the trophies follow?
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Starring Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie, the film reduces the arcane details of centuries-old diplomacy to a personal beef between two celebrities.
The ancient Japanese art of Noh can be traced back to the 14th century.
Sure, they’re pop stars playing parts. Yes, sexism allows him to dress down. But isn’t his schlumpy outfit also saying something about her spectacular one?
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The second season of Amy Sherman-Palladino’s 1950s comedy about an indomitable performer is as delightfully escapist as ever.
A new report on the former chief executive suggests how much more work needs to be done at the network that enabled him.
The outspoken British actor recently wrote that airbrushing should be illegal. But there are far more compelling ways to consider the tyranny of gendered beauty standards.
Despite the odds, the romantic comedy was already an enormous success in the United States, from a critical, commercial, and historical perspective.
Revealing its meaning in fragments, the album Some Rap Songs asks when to speak and when to be silent.
A new book shows that many of the director’s musical achievements were the result of unrecognized collaboration.