Director Gurinder Chadha reflects upon her latest coming-of-age film, set in a 1980s London suburb.

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Tupelo Hassman’s follow-up to “Girlchild” has a lighter touch and a more hopeful message.

  • Bethanne Patrick
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Saturday, August 17, and Sunday, August 18, 2019 | “Downton Abbey Live!” on PBS.


From the wires

‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ animator Richard Williams has died

The daughter of acclaimed animator Richard Williams says that her father has died at age 86. Williams was best known for his work on ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit,’ which won two Oscars for its genre-bending blend of animation and live action

LA Opera declines details on Placido Domingo investigation

Los Angeles Opera declines to discuss details on its investigation into Placido Domingo sexual harassment claims

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

  • Review

Danny McBride and company return with another easy target: a family of sinful church pastors.

Demonstrators were sitting on the ground to block detention facility employees from entering the parking lot when a truck drove into the crowd.

  • Review

Touchstone and H-Space exhibitions present artists’ takes on today’s America

  • Mark Jenkins
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The meticulous yet goofy group has gained loyal fans — and new band members — during its decades-long run.

Friday, Aug. 16, 2019 | “Diagnosis” premieres on Netflix.

The reality stars of "Chrisley Knows Best" have had a whirlwind week.

The Empress of The Style Invitational ruminates all over (ew) this week's contest and results.

  • Review

Long Yu conducts, and cellist Alicia Weilerstein stands out.

  • Patrick D. McCoy
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Last week, the CBS show took the unusual step of making a contestant appear on live TV to answer for his problematic behavior.

  • Review

In Yoko Ogawa’s novel, remembering is a dangerous pastime.

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

Charles Schulz named Snoopy's yellow friend in 1970, the summer after the festival staged 50 years ago this week.

Tell us some bogus gastronomic trivia. Plus winning portmanteau words from Week 1341.

“That’s the beauty of ASL — there are so many ways to represent words in the hands and the face.”

This weekend brings a chance to celebrate the late Chuck Brown, catch a classic Jackie Chan film, and even bring home a piece of the old Black Cat.

  • Going Out Guide staff
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Thursday, Aug.15, 2019 | “Why Women Kill” premieres on CBS All Access.

The [movie] actor announced a new [noun] for camping [noun], a month after [verb ending in -ing] his music career.

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