Thursday, June 24, 2021 | “Fear of a Black Quarterback” airs on Vice.

“The Blind Accordionist” and “An Atlas of Extinct Countries” are waking dreams of adventure.

Spears has been under the arrangement since 2008.

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'To Live and Die in LA' returns to search for missing woman

In 2019, a listener of writer Neil Strauss’ podcast “To Live and Die in LA” came forward with information that helped solve the case of a 25-year-old missing woman named Adea Shabani

Brian Stokes Mitchell hosts a talk show with Broadway stars

Actor Brian Stokes Mitchell will be hosting a new streaming talk show focusing on fellow artists like him who have made the jump from stage to film, television or music

Nobelist Wole Soyinka to honor Henry Louis Gates at PEN gala

Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka will be attending this fall’s PEN America literary gala

Christopher Bartel’s “Skinwalker Ranch Portfolio” documents the landscape of eastern Utah.

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As Conan O'Brien's late-night run comes to an end, 30 of his writers, producers and funniest celebrity guests told us their favorite memories over the years.

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A campaign seeks unprecedented creative arts nominations for the convention and inauguration.

Wednesday, June 23, 2021 | “In the Dark” returns on CW

The singer said she was 13 or 14 years old at the time the video was filmed, but “nothing excuses the fact” that it was “hurtful.”

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A snapshot of popular books.

Frankel’s funny, poignant story involves a small town beset by toxic runoff caused by a nefarious corporation.

The Nobel Prize winner talks about the pandemic, his novel “Klara and the Sun,” fatherhood and more.

Louder, busier dining rooms make it feel as if it's 2019 — the good old days — again.

“Widespread Panic,” a pulpy noir, features a cameo of ’50s stars, including Liz Taylor, James Dean and Liberace.

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As with his previous novels, Henkin pays compassionate attention to modern human predicaments.

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Music and storytelling mesh in both shows, streaming through July 11.

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A new book of watercolors turns the science of pomology into art. Trust us.

Tuesday, June 22, 2021 | “David Makes Man” returns on OWN.

A new episode of "Sesame Street" that aired during Pride Week debuted a family with two dads.

The program has been at the forefront of modeling representation with characters and storylines, experts say.

‘Lorna Mott Comes Home’ is signature Johnson: a delightful, jet-setting comedy of manners.

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