Author Kevin Cook focuses on teacher Christa McAuliffe and her grueling months of flight training.

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“Not to sound too actorly, but I think that in order to give an authentic performance, you have to find pieces of the character within yourself.”

He unearthed nepotism and self-serving financial dealings in 1959 and later published best-selling biographies.

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Rapper IDK is launching a music business program at Harvard University for students of color

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Frank Bonner, Herb on 'WKRP in Cincinnati,' dies at 79

Frank Bonner, who played a brash salesman with a love of flashy plaid suits on the TV comedy “WKRP in Cincinnati,” has died

Arnett, whose novel “With Teeth” published this month, tries to embody what a dad can be.

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As the French writer Georges Perec wisely put it, book arrangements are “hardly any more effective than the original anarchy.”

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Like their fictional counterparts, documentary films grapple with the present by delving into the past.

Saturday, June 19, 2021 & Sunday, June 20, 2021 | “Rick and Morty” on Adult Swim

Sure, “Sumire” is fairly sentimental insofar as it dwells on how feelings color the world, but it’s not insensible to the gaps that feelings alone can’t fill.

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Parades, concerts, tours and hands-on activities celebrate the anniversary of the end of slavery.

“The Chosen and the Beautiful” doesn’t wholly reimagine the Roaring Twenties; it simply adds black arts to the illicit inebriation.

With bands like We Are the Union reaching a new generation of listeners, the genre is experiencing yet another resurgence.

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Edgar Wright’s documentary explores the bewitching and bemusing charms of Ron and Russell Mael.

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Woof! These novels and memoirs are all about the fur babies that fill our lives

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Live movie audiences are like no others. That’s why we still need them.

The popularity of Netflix's French caper "Lupin" isn't just a fluke.

Artist illustrates her belief in the power of interconnectivity without regard to gender.

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Friday, June 18, 2021 | “Elite” returns on Netflix.

With his wife, Jean Hollander, he produced an English translation of ‘The Divine Comedy’ that was hailed as a masterpiece.

The Empress of The Style Invitational discusses this week’s song-to-limerick contest and winning neologisms.

Rita Moreno said Wednesday that while defending "In the Heights" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, "I was clearly dismissive of black lives that matter in our Latin community."

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