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Top Stories - Arts & Entertainment
April 23rd
Avengers: Endgame begins in a dark place, but gives fans what they want by revisiting past Marvel moments in a new light.
April 23rd
Merriam-Webster has added hundreds of new words to its dictionary, reflecting common use in popular culture.
April 23rd
A Toronto Maple Leafs fan whose head obscured key moments Sunday's Game 6 against the Boston Bruins says he didn't know he was blocking the action for thousands of U.S. viewers.
April 23rd
There were more than a few sniffles from the audience at the premiere of Avengers: Endgame Monday night in Los Angeles, which Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth proudly admitted contributing to.
April 23rd
Two brothers who say they helped Jussie Smollett stage a racist and homophobic attack against himself sued the Empire actor's attorneys on Tuesday, accusing them of defamation by continuing to insist publicly that the brothers carried out a real, big…
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April 24th
Band performs Delta ballad "Forever" with Americana artist Jerry Douglas in new clip
April 24th
Limited-edition collectibles that showcase the Netflix series in all its weird, wacky and wonderful glory
April 23rd
Pop star posts first Instagram video following checking in to mental health facility
April 23rd
Books, merch and collectibles fit for wannabe superheroes, and casual fans alike
April 23rd
"Travis Scott and I have been in touch personally about this matter," DJ Paul says about copyright infringement claim over rapper's "No Bystanders"
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April 23rd
The narrator of Aysegul Savas’s “Walking on the Ceiling” writes from present-day Istanbul, remembering time she spent adrift in Paris and London after the death of her mother.
April 23rd
For almost 40 years, in the extreme suburbs and the diminishing countryside, Baker has worked to see and describe things as though for the first time.
April 23rd
In “The Thirty-Year Genocide,” the Israeli historians Benny Morris and Dror Ze’evi detail the slaughter of Turkey’s Christian minorities.
April 23rd
In her new essay collection, “Nanaville,” the novelist and former Times columnist writes about what she’s learned since becoming a grandmother.
April 23rd
The new book by the historian Kristin L. Hoganson explodes conventional ideas about the Midwest as America’s “insulated core” — the wellspring of its values and identity.
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April 6th
Mary Timony and Christina Billotte’s early band operated for less than two years, but the appeal of their jagged, math-rock-adjacent punk has lasted decades longer.
March 30th
The soundtrack for William Friedkin's controversial and problematic 1980 thriller features a stunning array of hardcore punk and hard funk, including rare songs by the Germs.
March 27th
Duster’s debut was barely a blip on the radar—and then, like a comet, they reappeared. A comprehensive box set from Numero Group revisits the spacey, unassuming band with new perspective.
March 23rd
This lost Prefab Sprout album, previously issued as a Paddy McAloon solo LP, finds the singer receding into a vivid dream world unlike anything in his catalog.
February 23rd
At last available digitally, these quietly revolutionary albums still break one of music’s deepest-held genre orthodoxies.