FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The Jewish Federation of Broward County has called on all supermarket chains doing business in South Florida to discontinue carrying Ben & Jerry’s products in reaction to the ice cream company�...Read more
CHICAGO — “The Art of Banksy” will open Aug. 14 on State Street, according to an announcement Friday from presenter Starvox Entertainment.
That’s more than a month late for the exhibit and a recent change in venue...Read more
NEW YORK — The gloves are coming off in Mayor Bill de Blasio’s fight for more coronavirus vaccinations.
The mayor pledged Friday to roll out more vaccine mandates in the city, charging that a “purely voluntary ...Read more
Bob Seger’s brilliant “‘Live’ Bullet” — one of the greatest concert recordings in rock ‘n’ roll history — is finally available again on vinyl.
Sure, you could’ve found it on CD, or streamed it online, ...Read more
WASHINGTON — The quorum-busting Democrats in Washington have gained meetings with several high-profile party leaders in their quest for federal action on voting rights, including House Majority Whip James Clyburn, Vice ...Read more
“100 Foot Wave,” which began Sunday on HBO and will continue for another five weekly episodes, is (mostly) the vividly told, highly engaging and idiosyncratic story of Garrett McNamara, surfer, and his quest to ride ...Read more
Eating clean is a beautiful thing.
And the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animal is shining a light on some of their favorite celebrities for doing so.
Lizzo and Lenny Kravitz are among the 20 boldfaced names on ...Read more
Six weeks ago, the coronavirus did not merit a mention in the Federal Reserve’s interest-rate setting committee statement.
The U.S. was reporting fewer than 15,000 new infections per day — some of the lowest numbers ...Read more
Hey, it’s a holiday: aka the day Lil Nas X decided to bless us with his latest single, “Industry Baby.”
Following the chart-topping success of his sexy, satanic sensation “Montero (Call Me by Your Name),” the ...Read more
American Gods will live on, or at least one of them.
Neil Gaiman’s beloved 2005 fantasy novel “Anansi Boys” will be made into a series.
Amazon has ordered a six-episode series revolving around Mr. Nancy, which was ...Read more
There’s a race on between the tech industry and lawmakers over your medical privacy.
Big Tech is moving as fast as it can to embed its increasingly intrusive devices into people’s homes before policymakers can summon ...Read more
I'd never, ever call my 2004 Pacifica a clunker. But it has played one in print more than once when I've written about how old cars are bringing home some serious cash.
Back in 2010, used cars were in hot demand and short...Read more
General Motors' Super Cruise, the only hands-free driving system that's available on production vehicles, will add a couple of important new features for the 2022 model year: the ability to tow trailers and 100% automated ...Read more
Sam Dudley of Encino knows that California government has gone all in on zero-emission vehicles. So has he. He’s all about cutting back on greenhouse gases.
In May, Dudley splurged on a new electric car, a metallic ...Read more
ATLANTA — After 33 years, an arrest has been made in the murder of 8-year-old Joshua Harmon, who was found dead in the woods near the apartment complex where his family lived in suburban Roswell.
James Michael Coates, ...Read more
Car buyers looking at Ford Motor Co.'s new electric vehicles might face greater challenges negotiating deals under a new pricing model — the latest in a string of examples of how EVs are changing the auto retail ...Read more
It’s still not a return to normalcy, but Comic-Con@Home is back one year after the COVID-19 pandemic first scuttled San Diego’s annual pop culture get-together. And with the delta variant complicating reopening plans, ...Read more
Agnieszka Holland‘s “Charlatan” peels back conflicting layers of a man to find they’re all connected. But the Czech Republic’s official international-feature submission to the 2020 Oscars leaves viewers at an odd...Read more
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — In January, when the coronavirus vaccines were new, Gov. Ron DeSantis was all over the state touting their availability and efficacy.
In the first month of 2021 alone, DeSantis made at least 27 ...Read more
CAP-HAÏTIEN, HAITI — Haiti police fired tear gas as shots rang out Friday moments after the start of the funeral ceremony for slain President Jovenel Moïse, who was assassinated two weeks ago.
The U.S. delegation to ...Read more
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