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Sep 25, 2021

Watch: Global Citizen Live, a 24-Hour Worldwide Concert to Fight Global Poverty
With performances across six continents from music legends ranging from Billie Eilish to Elton John to Metallica

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Sep 25, 2021

Inside Broadway's Jubilant Homecoming
A photographer goes backstage at Moulin Rouge: The Musical as everyone from engineers to actors prepare to return to live performances following a long pandemic pause

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Sep 24, 2021

First Mrs. Maisel, Now Joan Rivers. Why Hollywood's Jewish Women Are Rarely Played by Jewish Actors
When we learned this week that Kathryn Hahn would play Joan Rivers in a series on Showtime called The Comeback Girl, the choice seemed like a no-brainer. Hahn, who recently stole the show as the nosy-neighbor-slash-powerful-witch Agatha in Marvel's WandaVision, truly has the chops to channel the iconic, sharp-tongued comedy legend. But something about the…

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Sep 24, 2021

Don't Fall for Dear Evan Hansen
Dear Evan Hansen, the film adaptation of Steven Levenson's multiple-award-winning stage musical, is ostensibly a nice little movie about a teen trying to overcome Social Anxiety disorder, about learning that it's OK to be anxious and depressed and that being medicated for those things, if necessary, is normal and healthy. But it's really a monster…

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Sep 24, 2021

What If a Robot Was Your Perfect Match? I'm Your Man Explores an AI Love Affair
The pulse of Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo, about a man so in love with an illusion he can't see the reality before him, thrums inside every person who's obsessed with movies, but the Pygmalion dreams it's drawn from are universal. In its subterranean way, Vertigo speaks to anyone who has tried to sculpt a relationship into…

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Sep 23, 2021

Apple TV 's Beautiful, Frustrating Foundation Is the Latest Example of the Problem With Genre TV
Despite a convoluted opening, this lavish sci-fi drama rewards patience

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Sep 23, 2021

Why So Many Movie Musical Adaptations Just Don't Work
'Dear Evan Hansen' has divided fans and critics. Are they right to be so critical, and what makes a musical work onscreen to begin with?

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Sep 23, 2021

Inside HBO's Nuclear Family—and a Lesbian Family's Fight To Exist
Filmmaker Ry Russo-Young turns the camera on her own life, documenting how her two lesbian mothers were sued by her sperm donor in 1991

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Sep 23, 2021

Watch the Trailer for Artist JR's New Documentary Paper & Glue
In his follow-up to "Faces, Places," the photographer and street artist films in Rio, in a California prison and on the U.S.-Mexico border

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Sep 23, 2021

Anne Lamott's Advice Could Stop You From Drowning in Cynicism
And her new book, 'Dusk Night Dawn'

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Sep 23, 2021

Richard Powers on His Latest Book, Bewilderment—And Why Children Are the Ones to Call Out Climate Change Evasion
"I think the book holds open the possibility of a more joyous and a more rewarding way of being in the world"

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Sep 22, 2021

Tabitha Brown Is the Gentlest Person on the Internet
Tabitha Brown was struck with a familiar wave of nausea. She'd grown used to this feeling, a warning her body sent her when she had a vision of the future and was called to share the message. This time, she'd had a dream that her co-worker Miss Stella had sliced off two fingers at the…

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Sep 22, 2021

Willie Garson, Beloved Sex and the City Actor, Dies at 57
"We all loved him and adored working with him. He was endlessly funny on-screen and and in real life," Cynthia Nixon tweeted

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Sep 21, 2021

Here Are the Biggest Moments From the 2021 TIME100 Broadcast—Highlighting the World's Most Influential People
The primetime TV event featured Billie Eilish, Simone Biles, Kate Winslet and Britney Spears and more

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Sep 20, 2021

The Quietly Rebellious Art of Iranian Women and What We Can Learn From Them
These artists take our worn stereotypes about femininity, religion, and war and push them out of context nudging us to see them differently.

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Sep 20, 2021

Netflix's Catholic Horror Story Midnight Mass Is One Hell of a Halloween Binge
After a slow first two episodes, the show's alchemy of spectacle, suspense and storytelling starts working. A binge becomes not just inevitable, but also unexpectedly satisfying.

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Sep 20, 2021

The Best, Worst and Wildest Moments of the 2021 Emmy Awards
The 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards were live, in-person and as gloriously awkward and frustratingly imperfect as ever. Host Cedric the Entertainer opened the show with a montage of some favorite TV moments from the last year. Then Cedric, Lil Dicky, LL Cool J and Rita Wilson rap-sang a TV-themed version of the late Biz Markie's…

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Sep 17, 2021

Cry Your Heart Out: The 11 Best Breakup Albums Ever Made
Listening to a good breakup album is a dangerous act: if consumed at the wrong time, it can kill your joy, resurrect painful flashbacks, re-break your heart, reduce you to a puddle of misery. But breakup songs also make up a huge portion of the most beautiful songs ever written. They help us process our…

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Sep 17, 2021

Pour One Out For the Network Comedy
The broadcast sitcom is more than just a casualty of the streaming wars. Its death is a sign of a fragmented society

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Sep 17, 2021

Meet the Iranian Musician Who Keeps Risking Imprisonment For His Music
Mehdi Rajabian has been warned repeatedly by Iranian authorities not to release an album with female singers—he did anyway

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Sep 17, 2021

The Eyes of Tammy Faye Turns the Fallen Televangelist into Camp Curiosity
In the grand scheme of Christian forgiveness, maybe it's a nice idea to try to reclaim the honor, or at least the humanity, of the late evangelist TV personality Tammy Faye Bakker, one-half of the 1980s prayer-and-praise power couple Jim and Tammy Bakker. That's the goal, apparently, of Michael Showalter's cartoonishly sincere biopic The Eyes…

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Sep 17, 2021

Cry Macho Is Pure Clint Eastwood—and That's Mostly a Good Thing
The director's 39th or 40th picture, depending on how you count, is a simple, handsome story that exemplifies some of the unexpected riches of the director's later films

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Sep 17, 2021

6 Takeaways From Lil Nas X's Excellent Debut Album Montero
"Montero" shows Lil Nas growing as a songwriter, reflecting on his troubled familial past and collaborating other superstars

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Sep 14, 2021

Norm Macdonald's Comedic Genius Explained in One Brilliant Joke
Through his influential comedic approach, the 'SNL' comic weaved the dumbest punchlines into comedic masterclasses

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Sep 14, 2021

I Founded ‘Me Too' in 2006. The Morning It Went Viral Was a Nightmare
The vibration of my phone nudged me awake. It was Sunday morning, and I was sleeping in after a late night out with my girlfriends. I rolled over, thinking it was likely my mother shaming me for not meeting her at church, but the phone buzzed again and I reluctantly opened it. It was not…

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Sep 14, 2021

Booker Prize Shortlist Highlights Stories Dealing with Life and Death in a ‘Year for Reading'
The judges said the global scope of the books felt 'transporting in a year where so many of us have been confined to our homes.'

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Sep 14, 2021

How This Fall Could Shape the Future of Moviegoing
Everyone has the tea leaves; no one has the actual tea. Will the movies come back this autumn? Will they ever come back at all? The answer is…that no one has the answer. There's little wisdom to be had, and any wisdom out there is hardly conventional. What we do know is that the fall…

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Sep 14, 2021

How Reservation Dogs Is Opening Up a Crucial Conversation About Suicide in Indigenous Communities
Actor Devery Jacobs writes about how the comedy series takes on the issue in a way rarely seen in pop culture

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Sep 13, 2021

AOC Attends Met Gala in ‘Tax the Rich' Gown
Here are some of the other top looks of the night

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Sep 13, 2021

Britney Spears Gets Engaged to Boyfriend Sam Asghari Amid Conservatorship Fight
Legally, Spears can get married, but the conservatorship must approve it as with other major life decisions.

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Sep 10, 2021

Gabrielle Union: The Hard Truth About My Surrogacy Journey
In 2016, my doctor, Kelly Baek, a no-nonsense reproductive endocrinologist in L.A., gave it to me straight: "Your best chance for a healthy baby would be surrogacy." I had been through an adenomyosis diagnosis and more miscarriages than I could confidently count, and all I could do was nod. I was not ready to do…

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Sep 10, 2021

Amazon Docuseries LuLaRich Breaks Down the Chaotic Story of Deception Behind Multilevel Marketing Company LuLaRoe
The new Amazon docuseries 'LuLaRich' breaks down the ways in which women were lured into a promise that was too good to be true

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Sep 10, 2021

American Rust Sounds a Lot Like Mare of Easttown. Sadly, It Isn't
Jeff Daniels stars in a Rust Belt crime drama too mired in small-town misery to say anything new

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Sep 09, 2021

How The Matrix Resurrections Trailer Evokes the Franchise's First Movie in Mysterious Ways
Here's everything we know about the film

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Sep 09, 2021

Tony Leung Captivates in Shang-Chi. But His Favorite Film Is the One He Hasn't Done Yet
The Hong Kong star talks to TIME about playing Wenwu in ‘Shang-Chi,' the martial arts-inspired fight choreography and how he thinks about success

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Sep 08, 2021

FX's Epic Y: The Last Man Adaptation Gets Off to a Shaky But Intriguing Start
A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle. So goes the old feminist slogan. But that doesn't mean life on Earth would continue as normal if every mammal with a Y chromosome suddenly dropped dead.

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Sep 08, 2021

"You Need to Use Hope like a Club to Beat Your Opponent." Kim Stanley Robinson on Climate Change and Fiction
With the U.S. experiencing back-to-back record heat waves, the opening chapter of Kim Stanley Robinson's 2020 Sci-Fi novel, The Ministry for the Future, is starting to feel eerily prescient. The book's story details the impact of climate change on our near future, and how global society manages—slowly, shakily—to avert total cataclysm. In a recent telephone…

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Sep 07, 2021

I Survived Bill Cosby. And I Will Not Be Defeated by His Release
On the final day of Bill Cosby's sentencing hearing in 2018, as I had prepared to leave the court for the last time, Detective Jim Reape—a witness in the trial where Cosby was found guilty of indecent assault—approached me. "There are a few people who'd like to meet you," he said. Jim led me into…

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Sep 06, 2021

Actor Michael K. Williams, Who Played Omar on The Wire, Found Dead at 54
Williams created one of the most popular characters in television in recent decades

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Sep 05, 2021

Olivia Colman Is Extraordinary in The Lost Daughter, Maggie Gyllenhaal's Bold Directorial Debut
For her directorial debut, Maggie Gyllenhaal takes on a complex and daring narrative about motherhood and all that it can drain from a woman

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Sep 05, 2021

Girls Aloud Star Sarah Harding Dies at 39 After Breast Cancer Fight
The singer said last August that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer and it had spread to other parts of her body

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Sep 04, 2021

Edgar Wright's 1960s Fever Dream Last Night in Soho Is a Half-Brilliant Thriller
Edgar Wright's new thriller, which premiered at the 78th Venice Film Festival, starts off seductively before taking an unfortunate turn

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Sep 04, 2021

HBO's Scenes From a Marriage Remake Is Trying to Break Your Heart, All Over Again
HBO casts Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac in a loosely gender-flipped remake of Ingmar Bergman's classic miniseries.

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Sep 03, 2021

Denis Villeneuve's Take on Dune Is an Admirably Understated Sci-Fi Spectacle
Denis Villeneuve directs Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya in a largely successful adaptation of Frank Herbert's sci-fi novel, long considered unfilmable

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Sep 03, 2021

Kristen Stewart and Pablo Larraín Do Princess Diana Wrong in Spencer
Kristen Stewart is a tiger in actor form, one of our most gifted and understated young performers. Her fearlessness is the casual kind, arriving without fanfare or advertisement—languid one minute and ready to leap the next, she's a master of the slow blink. When the news came out that Jackie director Pablo Larraín had cast…

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Sep 03, 2021

What to Know About Drake's New Album Certified Lover Boy, From Its Controversial Cover Art to That R. Kelly Credit
From its controversial cover art to a baffling R. Kelly credit

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Sep 03, 2021

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Made Me Feel Seen Like No Other Hollywood Blockbuster Has
It wasn't a profound scene in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings that made me feel instantly connected to the film—not the Mandarin narration that opened the movie or even the early references to customs specific to Chinese culture like eating zhou, or congee, for breakfast and tomb-sweeping on the annual Qingming Festival.…

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Sep 03, 2021

How Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Reimagines Its Characters' Racist Comic-Book Origins
Shang-Chi wasn't always an obvious barrier breaker. The character's origin in the comics was mired in racist stereotypes

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Sep 03, 2021

Sally Rooney and the Art of the Millennial Novel
What does it mean to be a millennial? Bards of the generation across disciplines have varied takes: Taylor Swift's catalog proposes a shared identity defined by a fixation on teenage heartbreak. Michaela Coel's TV shows posit a tension between inner trauma and outward behavior. And Sally Rooney's fiction suggests a reliance on the Internet and…

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Sep 02, 2021

Oscar Isaac Smolders in the Pensive Romantic Thriller The Card Counter
Oscar Isaac, the star of writer-director Paul Schrader's ardent romantic drama The Card Counter—premiering at the 78th annual Venice Film Festival—is the matinee idol we barely deserve in our short-attention-span world, an era when we barely allow ourselves time to read a face or lose ourselves in a pair of eyes. Yet as soldier-turned-poker-ace William…

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Sep 02, 2021

Jane Campion's Gorgeous Western The Power of the Dog Is a Sharp Study of Masculinity Gone Awry
If you're going to borrow, borrow from the best. Jane Campion begins and ends her sinewy western The Power of the Dog with a nod to John Ford's penchant for framing figures and action through doorways and windows, less a way of focusing our gaze than a proclamation: This is cinema, people—use the whole canvas!…

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Sep 02, 2021

Why Nun Stories Are About to Become Your Next Pop-Culture Obsession
Movie stars, courtesans, spies, nuns: the aura of feminine mystery burns strong in all of them, but nuns may be the most enigmatic of all. Unless you're among their ranks—and maybe even then—you can never really know them. When I was a Catholic school kid in the late 1960s and early '70s, many of my…

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Sep 01, 2021

Penélope Cruz Gives One of the Best Performances of Her Career in Pedro Almodóvar's Parallel Mothers
Pedro Almodóvar's 23rd movie opened the 78th Venice Film Festival

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Aug 31, 2021

Impeachment: American Crime Story Frames the Clinton Scandal as a Case of Women Sabotaging Women. Is That Really So Revolutionary?
If there's a point to this exercise, it gets lost amid so many scenery-chomping reenactments of scenes we've seen replayed on the news and parodied in late-night comedy for more than two decades

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Aug 31, 2021

The 5 Best New TV Shows Our Critic Watched in August 2021
From Spike Lee's controversial love letter to New York to Sandra Oh's satire of life in academia.

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Aug 30, 2021

The 34 Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2021
Forget summer reading—fall is the season of literary bounty. The next few months bring with them a starry landscape full of returns from the buzziest names in the business as well as bold newcomers with hotly anticipated debuts. There's a crime novel set in 1960s Harlem from two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Colson Whitehead, a posthumous…

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Aug 30, 2021

Kanye West's Controversial Donda Is Finally Out. Here's What You Need to Know
Here's what you need to know

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Aug 30, 2021

Steve Martin's Only Murders in the Building Is a Droll, Cozy Mystery for Modern Manhattan
Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez team up on murder podcast in this charming trifle from Hulu

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Aug 27, 2021

The 33 Most Anticipated TV Shows of Fall 2021
From Impeachment: American Crime Story to Midnight Mass, here are the buzziest fall TV releases

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Aug 27, 2021

How Candyman Reclaims the History of Cabrini-Green
Nia DaCosta's sequel to "Candyman" hopes to provide a different perspective on a long-maligned and now-gentrified Chicago neighborhood

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Aug 27, 2021

Candyman Teases Out New Relevance From a ‘90s Horror Classic
Sometimes a movie arrives at just the right time, as if it were reading society's collective mind. Candyman, directed by Nia DaCosta, and written by DaCosta, Jordan Peele and Win Rosenfeld, is one of those movies, a story rippling with ideas that many thinking people are already grappling with—or at least have finally become aware…

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Aug 27, 2021

Painter Bob Ross Remains Popular Decades After His Death. A New Netflix Documentary Examines Who Benefits
A new documentary reveals less about Bob Ross the man and more about the struggle to control Bob Ross the brand

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Aug 26, 2021

The 23 Most Anticipated Movies of Fall 2021
This fall marks the last time to see Daniel Craig as James Bond—but the first time to see Angelina Jolie as the Marvel immortal Thena

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Aug 26, 2021

The Scottish Cafe Where J.K. Rowling Wrote Some Harry Potter Books Has Been Damaged by Fire
The Elephant House in Edinburgh suffered smoke and water damage after a blaze broke out

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Aug 25, 2021

Nirvana Is Being Sued by the Man Who Was the Nude Baby on the Nevermind Album Cover
Spencer Elden, now 30, says he has suffered "lifelong damages" from the ubiquitous image of him naked underwater

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Aug 24, 2021

Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts Dies at 80
The quiet, elegantly dressed Watts was often ranked among a class of premier rock drummers

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Aug 24, 2021

Every Single Detail of the Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer, Explained
What to know about the Marvel multiverse and how Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus and Miles Morales may show up in the film

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Aug 23, 2021

The Chair Is a Pretty Accurate Portrayal of What It's Like to Be a Woman Professor of Color. That's Why It Can Be Painful to Watch
I've been an English professor for nearly 20 years, but people still tell me I don't look like one. Not because I'm young (I'm not), but because I'm Asian American. Whenever professors are depicted in shows or movies, they're usually stereotypes—elitist, intimidating, eccentric, out of touch, occasionally inspiring—and they're almost always white and male and,…

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Aug 23, 2021

Sex Pistols Singer John Lydon Loses Legal Case Over Disney-Backed TV Series
The punk rock icon said he considered the show, being made for Disney subsidiary FX, to be "nonsense"

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Aug 23, 2021

Why Lorde's Solar Power Is a Pop Oddity
As a pop star, Lorde stands out for many reasons: her reclusiveness on social media, her emotional acuity, her idiosyncratic dancing. But one of the key elements that makes her so distinctive from her peers is more theoretical: her use of the mixolydian mode. Without getting too technical, the mixolydian is a type of major…

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Aug 23, 2021

An Artificial Intelligence Helped Write This Play. It May Contain Racism
'AI' is the world's first play written and performed live with an artificial intelligence. But what do you do when the AI begins to reflect humanity's darker side?

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Aug 22, 2021

Don Everly of Early Rock ‘n' Roll Icons the Everly Brothers Dies at 84
He was one-half of the pioneering Everly Brothers, whose harmonic hits impacted a generation of rock ‘n' roll music

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Aug 20, 2021

New Jeopardy! Host Mike Richards Steps Down Amid Criticism. But He's Not Leaving the Show Entirely
Jeopardy! executive producer Mike Richards has officially stepped down as incoming host of the long-running game show as multiple controversies from his past have come to light. After emerging earlier this month as the frontrunner to take over as Jeopardy!‘s new permanent host, Richards came under fire this week for offensive and sexist comments he…

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Aug 20, 2021

What to Know About the New ‘Neon Genesis Evangelion' Film, According to Series Creator Hideaki Anno
Hideaki Anno says 'Evangelion: 3.0 1.0 Thrice Upon a Time' has plenty to enjoy for long time fans or interested newcomers

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Aug 20, 2021

Rebecca Hall Shows Some Bristling Energy in the Otherwise Turbid Ghost Thriller The Night House
If there's one reason to view Oscar tastemakers with skepticism, it's the career of Rebecca Hall. She's one of our finest, most daring actors. But year after year, she fails to make a blip on the Academy's radar (although she has won a BAFTA, and plenty of critics' groups love her). Part of the problem—if…

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Aug 19, 2021

Britney Spears Under Police Investigation After Allegation She Hit Staff Member
Spears' attorney Matthew Rosengart said in an email that the investigation is "overblown sensational tabloid fodder."

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Aug 19, 2021

How a TIME Art Critic Covered Chuck Close Across the Decades
The American artist, who died on Aug. 19, is remembered through the writing of the TIME art critic Robert Hughes.

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Aug 19, 2021

The Outsider Unpacks the Controversy Behind the National September 11 Memorial & Museum
Ahead of the 20th anniversary of 9/11, a new documentary chronicles the controversy around the creation of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum and goes behind the scenes to explore the purpose of the site, which opened in 2014. The Outsider, which premieres Aug. 19 as the first paid ticketed film event on Facebook,…

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Aug 19, 2021

The Outsider Unpacks the Controversy Behind the National September 11 Museum and Memorial
Ahead of the 20th anniversary of 9/11, a new documentary chronicles the controversy around the creation of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum and goes behind the scenes to explore the purpose of the site, which opened in 2014. The Outsider, which premieres Aug. 19 as the first paid ticketed film event on Facebook,…

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Aug 19, 2021

RushTok Is a Mesmerizing Viral Trend. It Also Amplifies Sororities' Problems With Racism
While what goes into the curation of every TikTok user's For You page remains a mystery, one thing has become clear—content from University of Alabama students vying for a spot at the school's sororities has dominated the app over the last week. This trend, dubbed "RushTok" by TikTok netizens, started when sorority hopefuls began making…

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Aug 19, 2021

Netflix's Sharp Satire The Chair Throws Sandra Oh Into the Politicized Powder Keg of Higher Ed
This perceptive, perfectly cast, if rushed, comedy follows the first female chair of a chaotic college English department

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Aug 18, 2021

From Stillwater to Sweet Girl, A New Crop of Movies Explores the Plight of Modern Dads
"Fame is rot," J.M. Barrie was purported to have said. "Daughters are the thing." Of course, the creator of Peter Pan didn't have any children, so he wasn't exactly speaking from experience. For the crop of fathers of girls currently inhabiting our screens, daughters are actually quite a lot of trouble. There's Chris Pratt, having…

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Aug 17, 2021

Nine Perfect Strangers Is a Master Class From Some of Hollywood's Finest Actors— But Not Much More
The latest flawed attempt to recreate Big Little Lies casts Nicole Kidman as the founder of a mysterious wellness center.

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Aug 15, 2021

Alexandra Daddario on the White Lotus Finale and Rachel's Big Decision
The actor and key member of the ensemble of Mike White's breakout HBO series talks about her character's climactic decision in the finale

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Aug 13, 2021

John David Washington Can't Outrun the Tedium of Netflix Thriller Beckett
There is no sadder genre than the tedious thriller, a movie that works hard to entice us with suspense, rough and tumble action, maybe even alluring locales, only to fizzle out far from the finish line. Beckett, directed by Ferdinando Cito Filomarino and starring John David Washington, starts out promisingly enough: Washington plays the Beckett…

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Aug 13, 2021

Two Feminists Who Love Reality TV Wrap Their Minds Around the FBoy Island Finale
FBoy Island was far better than it had any right to be. But was it more feminist than other dating shows?

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Aug 13, 2021

Ryan Reynolds' Charm Can't Quite Liberate Free Guy From a Cluttered Plot
The secret to life is knowing what your strengths are and running with them, and Ryan Reynolds has figured it out. He has the shiny vinyl good looks of a Ken doll and, when he wants to turn it on, a slightly vapid demeanor that comes off as cockeyed confidence. He doesn't seem to care…

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Aug 13, 2021

New Zealand Loses Its Precious Lord of the Rings Series to Britain
The move will come as a blow to many in New Zealand's small but vibrant film industry

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Aug 12, 2021

Jennifer Hudson Makes a Dazzling Aretha Franklin in the Satisfying and Potent Respect
Though biopics about R&B and pop-music artists keep getting made—the past seven years or so have given us Get On Up, Love & Mercy, Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocket Man—they're among the most easily picked-apart genres, and not just by persnickety critics. When it comes to, say, a pivotal songwriting scene, there's always someone out there—some…

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Aug 11, 2021

Marlee Matlin Will Never Stop Trying to Kick the Door Open
With her new movie 'CODA,' Marlee Matlin continues her decades-long fight for deaf representation

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Aug 11, 2021

Jason Reynolds: YA Books Make Us Feel Safe to Be Who We Really Are
The first time I ever thought about what my house was made of was when I learned it could be blown down. By wolves—big, bad wolves. Sure, "The Three Little Pigs" was supposedly a fairy tale about hard work. But for me, it was a warning about my own safety. And though I soon dismissed…

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Aug 11, 2021

How We Chose the 100 Best YA Books of All Time
There's perhaps no category of literature more impactful than YA. These are the books introduced to us at a pivotal point in our lives: when our grasp on the world is changing just as we begin to claim a place in it. Everything during our teen and early adult years is new, strange and intense:…

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Aug 09, 2021

A New Documentary Tells the Harrowing History of Conversion Therapy
It is believed that more than 700,00 people have been through religious-affiliated conversion therapy programs—which assert that an LGBTQ person's sexuality or gender identity can be changed—since the movement to promote conversion therapy took hold in the cultural mainstream in the 1960s and 70s in the United States. And that number falls far short of…

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Aug 06, 2021

Netflix Horror Noir Brand New Cherry Flavor Tastes Terrible
What little the showdoes contribute to the post-#MeToo discourse around predatory men, vulnerable women and the price of fame falls somewhere between reactionary and obvious

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Aug 06, 2021

Everything We Know About Kanye West's Donda Following Second Listening Event
The rapper's long-awaited tenth studio album appears to be nearing completion; it features Jay-Z and touches on West's divorce

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Aug 06, 2021

Here Are All the Upcoming DCEU Movies and TV Shows After The Suicide Squad
The Suicide Squad—not to be confused with its 2016 predecessor Suicide Squad, hold the "the"—is the first DC superhero movie to hit the big screen since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The movie also happens to be a soft reboot of the Suicide Squad story. While characters seen in the last movie, like Harley Quinn (Margot…

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Aug 06, 2021

Annette Is Gorgeous to Look at But All the Wrong Kinds of Weird
Leos Carax's new rock opera, starring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard, might have been a reason for us to find euphoria back at the theater were it not a little too self-consciously weird

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Aug 06, 2021

How The Suicide Squad End-Credits Scene Sets Up the Future of the DCEU
The new DC movie The Suicide Squad is a classic James Gunn flick: Like Gunn's other franchise for rival studio Marvel, The Guardians of the Galaxy, The Suicide Squad is very weird and features violent talking creatures—just sub out a raccoon and tree for a shark and a weasel. But Warner Bros. and DC clearly…

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Aug 04, 2021

After Being Blacklisted, Morgan Wallen Is Bigger Than Ever. What Will Happen to DaBaby?
While DaBaby's career seems over due to backlash over his recent homophobic comments, Morgan Wallen's recent redemption story shows that the power of cancel culture is often overstated

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Aug 04, 2021

The Surprisingly Complicated Pleasures of Cooking With Paris
Here's the thing about Paris Hilton in 2021: the heiress and entertainer has lived rent-free in the brains of millions, but especially 30-something women, for two decades.

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