Teen songwriting phenom Olivia Rodrigo has given fans a taste of her highly anticipated debut album, "Sour."
On Tuesday, Rodrigo unveiled the vibrant artwork and track list for her first studio effort, out May 21. The ...Read more
There is a plague in England — the plague that we happen to be living through, as writer/director Ben Wheatley started writing the script for “In the Earth,” early in the 2020 lockdown. As such, it’s a quarantine ...Read more
A special episode of PBS' "Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum" hinges on the principle that "sometimes people think and do things differently, and that's OK."
But Temple Grandin knows firsthand that varying modes of ...Read more
The applause for "Artpop" lives on, reassuring what some of Lady Gaga's fans already knew about the divisive and overlooked album: It was ahead of its time.
The pop star's third studio album, released in 2013, landed at ...Read more
It's coming up on 1 a.m., and "Saturday Night Live" is creaking to a close. But wait, there's one final sketch thrown in for good measure. And that sketch might very well be a rendition of "Eazy Sleazy," the new pandemic-...Read more
“Bachelor” star Colton Underwood is “proud to be gay.”
The former football player came out as gay Wednesday morning in a candid interview with “Good Morning America” anchor Robin Roberts, during which he ...Read more
CHICAGO — Hanif Abdurraqib doesn’t exactly write about music.
I mean, yes, he writes about music, he’s written three acclaimed books (and many poems) about music; he has two podcasts about music; the Brooklyn ...Read more
When TT the Artist started working on “Dark City Beneath the Beat” in 2011 — an hourlong musical documentary highlighting the Baltimore club music and dance culture featuring Baltimore artists — there were times ...Read more
Rickie Lee Jones cuts right to the chase on the first page of the introduction to "Last Chance Texaco: Chronicles of an American Troubadour," her well-crafted and intensely candid new memoir.
Its second paragraph reads: "...Read more
For decades, awards shows provided a front-row seat to TV viewers' favorite performers.
Even as audiences for sitcoms and dramas were siphoned away by streaming services, the Oscars, the Grammys and the Golden Globe ...Read more
"Beeswing" by Richard Thompson, written with Scott Timberg; Algonquin Books (304 pages, $27.95)
Musician Richard Thompson mentions a lot of names in his new memoir, but you never get the feeling that he's name ...Read more
The top 10 DVD rentals at Redbox kiosks for the week of April 5:
1. Wonder Woman 1984 — Warner
2. News of the World — Universal
3. The Croods: A New Age — Universal
4. Skyfire — Screen Media
5. Barb and Star ...Read more
Q. I read your review of the TLOVII Sonic Electric Toothbrush on sale for $29.99 and went straight to Amazon to buy one. It shows, “Currently Unavailable.” Do you know if they will be available again? Can I buy it ...Read more
Producing the Oscars is a difficult and often thankless job even in a normal year — and as you may have noticed, with a global pandemic upending life in Hollywood and around the world, this year has not exactly been ...Read more
"The Twelve Lives of Alfred Hitchcock" by Edward White; W.W. Norton (384 pages, $28.95)
The cubist approach to writing biographies is here to stay.
Like Craig Brown's breathtaking "Ninety-Nine Glimpses of ...Read more
“Eleanor in the Village: Eleanor Roosevelt’s Search for Freedom and Identity in New York’s Greenwich Village,” by Jan Jarboe Russell; Scribner (240 pages, $28)
Eleanor Roosevelt’s greatest invention ...Read more
DON'T MISS: "56th Academy of Country Music Awards" — Keith Urban and Mickey Guyton are our hosts for this year's festivities in Nashville, Tennessee. Once again, the show will originate from three iconic country music ...Read more
Few actors are as delightful on stage and screen as Sutton Foster, who stars in the TV series “Younger” now in its seventh and final season.
The show’s original premise: A recently divorced 40-something hopes to ...Read more
"Rising and Other Stories" by Gale Massey; Bronzeville Books (142 pages, $28)
In Gale Massey’s new short story collection, characters are balanced on the edge: on the rim of the Grand Canyon, on a diving ...Read more
Need some fresh fiction (or semifictionalized memoir) for spring? Here are six good bets, newly out in paperback. Happy reading!
"Becoming Duchess Goldblatt" by Anonymous (HMH Books, $15.99). Quite possibly the greatest ...Read more
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