Tomorrow, I am moderating a conversation with Richard Linklater to mark the release of his new movie, “Boyhood.” In that spirit, our question of the day is: What is your favorite pop culture about the great state of Texas? If you all say “Friday Night Lights,” I am going to think you are boring. And of course, if you have anything you are dying to know about Linklater, please do let me know.

•The never-ending struggle between my Red Sox and the Yankees adds an internet culture-fueled new chapter.


Director Richard Linklater attends the “Boyhood” opening night screening during the 2014 BAMcinemaFest at BAM Harvey Theater on June 18, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images)

Millennials are the latest victims of voter suppression tactics.

•Maisie Williams wants to stick to action roles.

•A television writer known as an ally to the gay community finally comes out himself.

•J.K. Rowling sends the “Harry Potter” characters to the Quidditch World Cup again.

•The Academy stiffens the requirement for how often documentary films must be screened in order to be eligible for nominations.

Don Cheadle as Miles Davis.

•The NFL concussion settlement might finally get approved.

•Gay athletes shot a secret documentary at the Sochi Olympics.

•A defense of this summer in pop culture.

•I am not sure I would be able to trust “Game of Thrones” wine enough to drink it.

•A lovely, even-more-melancholy-than-the-original cover of “Born in the USA”:

 

Alyssa Rosenberg blogs about pop culture for The Washington Post's Opinions section.