What to watch on Friday: ‘Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock’ on Apple TV Plus
Friday, January 21, 2022 | “Ozark” returns on Netflix
Style Conversational Week 1472: As a matter of fict
The Empress of The Style Invitational discusses this week's fictoid contest and retrospective winners.
For some authors, inspiration arrives in high definition. Others see nothing at all.
Gillian Flynn, Carmen Maria Machado and other authors discuss their creative process.
In the fantastic new dramedies ‘Single Drunk Female’ and ‘As We See It,’ it’s never too late to grow up
In the instantly charming "Single Drunk Female" and the immediately grabby "As We See It," 20-somethings grapple with alcohol abuse and autism, respectively.
Gaspard Ulliel, French actor slated to appear in ‘Moon Knight,’ dies at 37
He was known for film roles as the young Hannibal Lecter and fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent.
From the wires
Q&A: Aguilera picks up Spanish full force with "LA FUERZA"
Christina Aguilera talks about “LA FUERZA,” her first Spanish-language production in over 20 years
Tina Turner, husband snap up vast $76M estate on Lake Zurich
Rock ‘n’ roll icon Tina Turner and her husband have reportedly bought a 70-million Swiss franc ($76 million) estate with 10 buildings, pond, stream, swimming pool and boat dock on Lake Zurich
Jamie Dornan talks 'Belfast', TV and going behind-the-scenes
Jamie Dornan, whose latest film “Belfast” is being recognized with award nominations, says he looks to the movie’s director, Kenneth Branagh, as an example of a career to aspire to
Hardy Kruger, actor in international adventure films, dies at 93
He also showed understated skill in tender dramas such as the Oscar-winning “Sundays and Cybèle.”
Style Invitational Week 1472: Phony money
This week, send us fake trivia about money and the financial system. And see new material from 24 of last year's contests.
The best things to do in the D.C. area the week of Jan. 20-26
Stream live jazz from Blues Alley, explore hockey history or find a new favorite eatery during Restaurant Week.
Theodore Roosevelt statue removed from outside New York’s Museum of Natural History
The museum said the statue of the 26th U.S. president "communicates a racial hierarchy" that the public had "long found disturbing."
The best music festival in 1969? Hint: It wasn’t Woodstock.
The Harlem Cultural Festival took place the same summer as Woodstock and featured stunning performances from Sly and the Family Stone, Nina Simone and Stevie Wonder. Now there's a soundtrack for Questlove's acclaimed documentary, "Summer of Soul."
Judy Baca’s nearly 50-year-old Great Wall has never been more relevant to the monument wars
Judy Baca's Great Wall of Los Angeles is one of the first projects to receive a grant from the Mellon Foundation's Monuments Project.
‘The Perfect Date’ star Laura Marano on ‘The Royal Treatment’ and embracing Netflix’s multiverse of rom-coms
Laura Marano produced, stars and sings in Netflix's "The Royal Treatment," a film she says offers "much-needed joy and escapism."
On TikTok, crying is encouraged. Colleen Hoover’s books get the job done.
The best-selling author of “It Ends With Us” has struck a chord with her emotional novels.
What to watch on Thursday: ‘True Story With Ed & Randall’ on Peacock
Thursday, January 20, 2022 | “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee” returns on TBS
Yvette Mimieux, radiant actress who starred in ‘The Time Machine,’ dies at 80
She was a popular ingenue in 1960s movies including “Where the Boys Are” and “Light in the Piazza.”
Britney Spears sends sister Jamie Lynn cease-and-desist letter over ‘outrageous claims’ in new book
Britney Spears has also accused her family, including sister Jamie Lynn and father Jamie, of exploiting her for money.
The fashion world mourns André Leon Talley: ‘No one was more soulful and grander than you were’
The towering legend who shattered expectations surrounding race in the fashion industry as the rare Black editor in a predominantly White and elitist industry died Tuesday at the age of 73.
Acclaimed French actor Gaspard Ulliel, who will appear in Marvel’s ‘Moon Knight,’ dies day after trailer debuts
Gaspard Ulliel, a star of French cinema, had appeared in American productions before, but “Moon Knight” would have likely exposed him to one of his largest audiences yet.
Science fiction — please, let’s not call it ‘sci-fi’ — is more than just a reaction to the present
New books and publications delve into the rich and evolving worlds of speculative fiction.