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YouTube Rewind, the video platform's year-in-review, arrived in a brand-new format on Thursday after a torrent of negative reviews in 2018.
Gabrielle Union and NBC both said Wednesday that they have had a 'productive' first conversation on her firing from America's Got Talent and her allegations that she was removed over her complaints about racism and other troubling on-set behaviour.
Star Trek writer and story editor D.C. Fontana has died at the age of 80.
The veteran British rockers say they regret leaving the city after a stampede at their 1979 concert left 11 dead and 23 injured, but will play there for the first time in 2020.
One woman in Six Nations of the Grand River says there's a severe lack of Indigenous representation in most stock imagery available online, and she's excited to now work for a company that's building its own image library for community use — "i…
Artist's second opera Mary premieres this weekend
Organizers will use break "to investigate new ways of exploring the future of music, art and technology"
The production, which uses music from Alanis Morissette’s 1995 smash to tell a tale of 21st-century suburban anxiety, is full of all the right triggers
Diddy assists on the Spanglish remix of his 2002 hit, "I Need A Girl (Part 2)"
Although it's been 13 years since their last LP and more than half a century since they formed, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey still know who they are
Picture book biographies of Thurgood Marshall, Katherine Johnson, Jimmy Carter and more introduce people who just kept going, until they changed the world.
Combining material from Robert Musil’s great unfinished novel and from his archives, “Agathe, or the Forgotten Sister” focuses on the twinlike siblings at the book’s heart.
Heather Christle’s peculiar and indelible book bounces between observations about the causes and uses of the tears we shed.
Niall Williams’s novel “This Is Happiness” takes readers to a remote rural village, a “forgotten elsewhere” that’s on the brink of great change.
This collection, edited by Saskia Hamilton, collects correspondence from the writers Elizabeth Hardwick, Robert Lowell and their friends after Lowell had suddenly left Hardwick and the couple’s teenage daughter.
This five-disc set, which includes concert footage, B-sides, and demos, delivers what box sets of this kind almost never do: the thrill of discovery.
The latest posthumous album from the groundbreaking artist feels like one of his truest, 19 “demos” that reveal his elegant songwriting, his disregard for genre, and his boundless mind.
The Byrds frontman’s deliriously opulent solo work was misunderstood upon release, but this lavish repackaging restores a spiritual singer-songwriter classic.
A newly reissued private-press curio from 1974 captures the bygone sounds of daily life in Portland, Oregon, in dreamy, proto-ambient form.
Long-lost soundtrack recordings by the saxophonist’s powerhouse quartet, made shortly after 1964’s Crescent sessions, capture the band at the peak of its cohesion.