Swift, one of the few artists who can still sell a million albums in a week, has plenty to say on her seventh studio album.


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Caleb Crain’s topical novel explores the personal and the political.

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“The Girl Who Lived Twice” may sound like a James Bond film, but it’s much, much bleaker.

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Showtime’s drama followed the effects of marital infidelity as far as they could possibly go.


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Biggest ever Kentridge show explores Africa’s history

Evocative videos, graphic tapestries, charcoal drawings, woodcut prints, sculptures and immersive sound installations combine in the largest single show by South African artist William Kentridge, exploring themes including South Africa’s history

‘Power’ heads toward its finale, but its influence grows

‘Power’ heads toward its final season having transformed the Starz network, a process that executive producer 50 Cent says isn’t over with more shows in the ‘Power’ franchise on their way

Top publishers sue Audible for copyright infringement

Some of the country’s top publishers are suing Audible, citing copyright infringement as they ask a federal judge to enjoin the audiobook producer-distributor’s planned use of captions for an education-driven program

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The participating artists want “to give voice to those who may not have opportunities to speak.”

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Works by Pipilotti Rist, Andy Warhol, Sol LeWitt and others show the fluid relationship between visual and performing arts.

The "Y: The Last Man" graphic novelist has created viral cartoons about the aftermath of mass shootings.

Swift, one of the few artists who can still sell a million albums in a week, has plenty to say on her seventh studio album.

Friday, August 23, 2019 | Several comedy specials on Prime video.

If she can, what's the upside?

Damon Herriman says he is now looking to play "anybody who doesn't fit into the category of horrible."

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The Arlington theater revives one of Stephen Sondheim’s most daring musicals.

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The actress shines in Showtime’s ’90s-set dramedy about a multilevel marketing scheme.

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“In the Country of Women” looks back at the slaves and immigrants who made Straight’s family possible.

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Post TV critic Hank Stuever discusses the good, bad and so-bad-it's-good of TV.

Stumped by those combined abbreviations in this week's Style Invitational results? The Empress will make a short story longer.

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“Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda” collects hundreds of the couple’s letters.

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A brand-new neologism contest. Plus the winning combo-abbrevs.

Catch World Cup winning soccer players at Audi Field, a celebration of Barbados and the beginning of the Maryland Renaissance Festival.

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Thursday, August 22, 2019 | “Baskets” series finale on FX.

The documentary "American Factory," which debuted Wednesday, dives into topics such as economics and culture clash.

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