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New York Times BooksOct 21, 2021
Review: ‘The Lost World,' by Arthur Conan Doyle
Dinosaurs in the 20th century? In 1912, Sherlock Holmes's creator invented the template that Michael Crichton would follow almost eight decades later.

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Review: ‘The Liars' Club,' by Mary Karr (New York Times Books)

Yahoo! ArtsOct 21, 2021
Twitter users took just 2 hours to get into TRUTH Social and create dummy accounts for Donald Trump and Mike Pence, exposing the beta site's vulnerabilities


Yahoo! ArtsOct 21, 2021
Yahoo News - Latest News & Headlines
The latest news and headlines from Yahoo! News. Get breaking news stories and in-depth coverage with videos and photos.

Yahoo! ArtsOct 21, 2021
Melnikova wins all-around final at gymnastics worlds


Yahoo! ArtsOct 21, 2021
A billionaire who supported Trump in 2020 says he talks to Joe Manchin every week and urges him to 'stay tough'


Yahoo! ArtsOct 21, 2021
77-year-old 'Squid Game' player 001 actor says he can't handle the volume of acting jobs he's being offered


Yahoo! ArtsOct 21, 2021
The shipping crisis in California is now so bad that officials should consider declaring a state of emergency, the head of the California Trucking Association says


Yahoo! ArtsOct 21, 2021
Kyrsten Sinema's Own Advisers Just Dumped Her


NYTimes ArtsOct 21, 2021
Classic Crime Novels That Still Thrill Today
Here's how we reviewed now-famous mysteries by the likes of Agatha Christie, Ngaio Marsh, Dorothy Sayers, Dashiell Hammett and more.

AV Club FilmsOct 21, 2021
The Uncharted trailer sees Tom Holland falling out of a plane in search of treasure
There may not be any giant rotating rooms that slowly explode in a burst of long-buried light, but let's give it time: After it leaked last night, Sony has officially released the trailer for Uncharted, the big-screen adaptation of the popular video game series. And before you say, "Wait a minute, that guy looks…

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Yahoo! ArtsOct 21, 2021
Khloé Kardashian shares the 'shady' Halloween costume daughter True chose for her


Yahoo! ArtsOct 21, 2021
A Capitol riot suspect who said he was 'invincible' because he was wearing a mask has now been arrested


Yahoo! ArtsOct 21, 2021
Erika Jayne says she knew Tom Girardi had at least 3 mistresses and found nude photos on his flip phone


Yahoo! ArtsOct 21, 2021
Iran holds nationwide air force drill, latest armed exercise


Yahoo! ArtsOct 21, 2021
Vaccine doubts fuel doctor's rise in Minnesota governor race


Yahoo! ArtsOct 21, 2021
‘I'm Not Going to Leave You Alone': Karl-Anthony Towns Reveals How Jordyn Woods Helped Him Deal with the Death of His Mom


NYTimes ArtsOct 21, 2021
Essay: Should We Have War Crime Trials?
Fifty years ago, the Times reporter Neil Sheehan took a hard look at America's conduct in Vietnam.

New York Times BooksOct 21, 2021
Review: ‘White Teeth,' by Zadie Smith
A satirical, multigenerational family saga set during the waning of the colonial British Empire, this 2000 debut established its author as a prodigy of the novel form.

Billboard Music NewsOct 21, 2021
Inside Camilo's First Major U.S. Concert: A Pregnant Evaluna, A Proposal, La Tribu & More
Camilo kicked off the North American leg of his Mis Manos Tour in Miami with the support of Evaluna, his entire family, and faithful tribu. Read highlights on Billboard.

Billboard Music NewsOct 21, 2021
‘We Came Out The Other End Changed': Halsey, Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross on Their Unlikely Team-Up
Halsey spent their life admiring Nine Inch Nails from afar. Now Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross are the artist's collaborators on their most ambitious album.

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‘No other like it in Texas.' Massive ranch goes on sale for eye-popping $200M price tag (Yahoo! Books)

NYTimes ArtsOct 21, 2021
Questlove Looks at 50 Years of Modern Music — and Modern History
In "Music Is History," the Roots' frontman tells a story of America that begins in 1971, the year he was born.

Yahoo! ArtsOct 21, 2021
Chinese clothing brand accused of using blackface on their models in runway show


NYTimes ArtsOct 21, 2021
125 Years of Book Review Covers
What did the Book Review look like in 1896, in 1916, in 1962? Scroll down to see what it looked like — and how it changed — through the decades.

New York Times BooksOct 21, 2021
When William Faulkner and Langston Hughes Wrote Children's Books
You might think that celebrated adult authors writing for kids is a new trend. It isn't.

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Review: ‘The Jeweler's Eye,' by William F. Buckley Jr. (New York Times Books)

New York Times BooksOct 21, 2021
The Birth of The New York Times Book Review
The paper's rich literary tradition can be traced back to its very first issue on Sept. 18, 1851.

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Yahoo! BooksOct 21, 2021
Motorcyclist dies, hit by a trooper and run over by a truck


NYTimes ArtsOct 21, 2021
‘Learning to Live Together' Review: Remaking a Once-in-a-Lifetime Band
Joe Cocker's bacchanalian "Mad Dogs & Englishmen" tour gets a reconsideration and a revival in this documentary by Jesse Lauter.

NYTimes ArtsOct 21, 2021
Dave Grohl Has Some Writing Advice You Need to Hear
While he was working on his No. 1 best seller, "The Storyteller," the iconic rocker found the common ground between music and books.

Playbill NewsOct 21, 2021
Watch Lillias White's Dynamic Rendition of Disney Classic 'When You Wish Upon a Star'
The Tony Award winner belts out a track from her new studio recording, Get Yourself Some Happy!

Yahoo! ArtsOct 20, 2021
Trump announces launch of media company, social media site


BBC Entertainment & ArtsOct 20, 2021
Netflix employees protest 'transphobic' Dave Chappelle comedy show
Activists say the streaming giant's comedy special could fuel attacks on transgender people.

Yahoo! ArtsOct 20, 2021
Zendaya wore a daring cutout dress with sheer details to the 'Dune' premiere after-party


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AV Club FilmsOct 20, 2021
Hundreds join Netflix walkout as stars voice solidarity with trans employees
Several blocks over from the Hollywood walk of fame, hundreds spilled onto the sidewalk outside Netflix's Vine office to protest the company's defense of Dave Chappelle's anti-trans comedy special The Closer, reports The Hollywood Reporter. The demonstration was in solidarity with Netflix's trans employees who walked…

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Playbill NewsOct 20, 2021
Cast Set for Off-Broadway's Rescheduled Selling Kabul
Sylvia Khoury's play begins November 17 at Playwrights Horizons.

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Judith Ivey, Tony Roberts, John Rubinstein, More Star in Off-Broadway Revival of Morning's at Seven Beginning October 20 (Playbill News)

VultureOct 20, 2021
Dune Is Coming to HBO Max a Day Early
It'll appear on the streamer Thursday, October 21 at 6pm EST.

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Yahoo! ArtsOct 20, 2021
Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin mocks GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz over January 6 rant: 'Blah, blah, blah'


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‘I'm Not Cookie Cutter': Jamie Foxx Breaks Down Why Marriage Was Never Something He Wanted and What His Daughter Has to Say About It (Yahoo! Arts)

Playbill NewsOct 20, 2021
In the News: Get a Sneak Peek at Shakespearean Rock Concert Macbeth in Stride, War Words Will Play NYC and L.A.
Plus: This Is Reality, a companion podcast to Tina Satter's Is This A Room, is now available.

NYTimes ArtsOct 20, 2021
‘Night Teeth' Review: You're So Vein
In this spiritless Netflix movie, an unwitting chauffeur in Los Angeles is drawn into a murderous vampire plot.

AV Club FilmsOct 20, 2021
Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos says he "screwed up" his response to Dave Chappelle backlash
Ted Sarandos wants you to know that he "screwed up." After two weeks of suspensions, firings, internal memos, and people criticizing Chappelle's latest attempt at making his transphobia funny, the Netflix co-CEO is ready to admit some wrongdoing. Not for the transphobia that he platformed, but rather for not leading…

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NYTimes ArtsOct 20, 2021
Leslie Bricusse, Prolific Songwriter for Stage and Screen, Dies at 90
His songs from "Stop the World," "Willy Wonka," "Goldfinger" and other shows and movies became hits for a range of performers.

Rolling Stone Movie NewsOct 20, 2021
‘Dune' Wages an All-Out Attack on the Senses — and Wins
Denis Villeneuve's ambitious adaptation turns Frank Herbert's sci-fi classic into a big, bold blockbuster

Playbill NewsOct 20, 2021
Vanessa Williams to Star in Anyone Can Whistle Concert
The Carnegie Hall event is part of MasterVoices' 2021-2022 season.

BBC Entertainment & ArtsOct 20, 2021
Leslie Bricusse: 'Lyrical genius' of film dies aged 90
He was the prolific creator of multiple movie hits such as Candyman, Feeling Good and Goldfinger.

NYTimes ArtsOct 20, 2021
‘Found' Review: Three Adoptees Seek Their China Roots
This documentary, taking emotional cues from the teenagers at its center, is smart, illuminating and tender.

Playbill NewsOct 19, 2021
Schedule of Upcoming Off-Broadway Shows
Due to the expansive nature of Off-Broadway, this list is not comprehensive.

Playbill NewsOct 19, 2021
Questlove Releases New Book Music Is History
The Roots drummer and frontman looks at the past 50 years to find the connections between Black identity, American politics, and the music that shaped him.

BBC Entertainment & ArtsOct 18, 2021
Greta Thunberg sings Rick Astley hit at climate concert
Greta Thunberg sings Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" to launch series of climate concerts.

USA Today: BooksOct 12, 2021
Ron and Clint Howard reveal how they escaped the dark side of child stardom in new memoir
Hollywood brothers Ron Howard and Clint Howard document their lives in Hollywood in their feel-good and refreshing memoir, "The Boys" (out Oct. 12).      

USA Today: BooksAug 17, 2021
'The Family Plot': Megan Collins skillfully mixes true crime with an edge-of-your-seat thriller
Megan Collins skillfully mixes true crime with an edge-of-your-seat thriller in her latest page-turner, "The Family Plot."       

Fandango.com Entertainment NewsJul 30, 2021
Watch Exclusive 'Stillwater' Clip: Stay Away


Matt Damon stars as a staunchly determined parent from the heartland of America in the dramatic thriller Stillwater, directed by Academy Award winner Tom McCarthy (Spotlight). Damon must travel to France in order to help his beloved daughter (Abigail Breslin), who has been accused of murder, a crime she maintains she did not commit. Faced with language, cultural, and legal obstacles, Damon must build a new life for himself as he takes on a daunting, perilous mission to clear his daughter's...

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Yahoo! TVNov 13, 2020
Michael J. Fox on his decision to stop acting amid Parkinson's battle: 'Not being able to speak reliably is a game-breaker'
The "Back to the Future," "Family Ties" and "Spin City" star has been thinking about his mortality as he enters the 30th year of his Parkinson's disease battle — and deals with other health challenges, like having to relearn how to walk after a recent spinal surgery.


Movies.com Movie NewsFeb 13, 2019
Edgy Octavia Spencer Stars in 'Ma'; Here's Everything We Know
Octavia Spencer, who won an Academy Award for her performance in acclaimed social drama The Help, has teamed again with that film's director. Ma, however, is most definitely not a social drama. Instead, Ma looks to be a positively chilling psychological thriller. Read onward to learn all we know. Who stars? Octavia Spencer stars as Sue Ann, better known as Ma. When she is introduced, she appears to be a mysterious character, possibly in a supporting role. Very quickly, however, she takes center stage as her background is slowly revealed. After The Help, Spencer earned more Academy Award nominations for Hidden Figures and The Shape of Water. Luke Evans and Juliette Lewis also star; they portray the parents of two different teenagers who are part of a group who come to...
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The A.V. Club - FilmJul 17, 2018
"Fred" Mercury takes the stage in the full-length trailer for Bohemian Rhapsody
The teaser trailer for Bryan Singer and Rami Malek's famously troubled Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody was all foot stomping and roaring crowds, but the full-length trailer for the film—released this morning by Fox Searchlight—gives Malek the chance to prove that not only can he look a whole hell of a lot like Freddie…

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"Fred" Mercury takes the stage in the full-length trailer for Bohemian Rhapsody (The A.V. Club - Music)
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