In Hulu’s “The Looming Tower,” Jeff Daniels plays John O’Neill, who colleagues loved and hated in equal measure.

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Ashley Bathgate’s project of new commissions on Bach, at the Strathmore Mansion.

Saturday. Feb. 24, 2018 | Watch “The Bachelor: Women Tell All”

Director Ryan Coogler tackles society's failure to protect its own children, a theme that resonates in the wake of the Parkland shooting.

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Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows:

NBC gets 17.3 million for figure skating’s big night

Highlights from media coverage of the Pyeongchang Olympics:

5 things you probably didn’t know about the Oscars

You have a firm grip on this year’s Oscar nominees, last year’s winners and what host Jimmy Kimmel will undoubtedly joke about (and the best picture award goes to ... oops).

Mosaic Theater takes anguishing “I Shall Not Hate” on the road.

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Bold show in Boston looks at how artists make sense of the Web, and how it affects every aspect of creativity

Criticisms aside, you have to root for it: Washington is the only major city mobilizing to change gender inequality in American theater.

The growing diversity of successful superhero directors in the past year means a man probably won't be hired for “Batgirl."

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Six artists’ work takes on experimental hues in “Methods of Inquiry: Fields of Discovery” at MPA.

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In “Asymmetry,” an exquisite debut novel by Lisa Halliday, publishing assistant Alice embarks on a love affair with an American literary lion.

In Hulu’s “The Looming Tower,” Jeff Daniels plays John O’Neill, who colleagues loved and hated in equal measure.

Richard Montañez was a janitor at Frito-Lay when he came up with the idea of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. His story is now becoming a biopic.

While not wholly successful, the Kennedy Center performance unfolded with an engrossing what’s-going-to-happen-next vibe.

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Cruz said that four of the five main Simpsons characters would be Republicans — all except Lisa. Showrunner Al Jean says that's “too greedy.”

Apart from its style, the game is less compelling than some of the works to which it alludes.

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News and reviews, from ‘Noura’ and ‘Handbagged’ to Robbie Schaefer’s concert musical

Friday, Feb. 23, 2018 | Watch the premiere of “Seven Seconds” on Netflix.

Many fans are reacting to an overtly political line from “Black Panther” about building bridges instead of walls.

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The unerring Regina King stars as a grieving mother seeking justice for a cruel hit-and-run.

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Pianist Mitsuko Uchida quietly illuminates a great composer in intimate evening.

Late-night hosts are calling out conspiracy theorists who question the credibility of Florida teenagers who survived the Parkland shooting and are now advocating for gun control.

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