It always takes a little time for novelists to shape a real-life nightmare into a story.

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Monday, May 25, 2020 | “Grant” on History Channel.

Beach and big cookouts not an option? We have ideas for good food and fun in your backyard.

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The "Parenthood" star, who acted out the scene with Dylan O'Brien, would love to collaborate with Timothée Chalamet next.

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Omar describes life as a fearless fighter in new memoir

In her new memoir, Democratic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar offers her own spin on her path to prominence, starting with her childhood in Somalia

SiriusXM radio calls audibles for sports shows in pandemic

When you oversee 19 sports stations, radio programming is a daily challenge

Author Murakami DJs ‘Stay Home’ radio show to lift spirits

Acclaimed Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami, hosting a special radio show from home, has painted a brighter side of the world with his favorite music

Saturday May 23 and Sunday May 24, 2020 | “Tiger Slam” on the Golf Channel.

Lana Del Rey called out such artists as Doja Cat and Beyoncé in an Instagram post, citing double standards in music criticism.

James Gardner traces its evolution from a 12th-century fortress to the world’s largest museum.

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Zachary Carter’s biography offers a rich portrait of the economist and his enduring ideas.

Thomas Piketty argues that it’s time for a new vision of society.

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Shepp and his nephew collaborated for the first time in a marathon session for “Ocean Bridges.”

William Drozdiak outlines the French president’s vision and the challenges it faces.

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The singer behind the original "Golden Girls Gospel Remix" doesn't want fame, but he does want credit.

The Post’s national arts reporter is hosting “Stuck With Geoff,” with whoever will take his calls.

Friday May 22, 2020 | “Homecoming” on Amazon Prime.

The Empress of The Style Invitational discusses this week's place-name contest and the winning fictoids about spring.

It always takes a little time for novelists to shape a real-life nightmare into a story.

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“The Poster,” edited by Gill Saunders and Margaret Timmers of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, is a beautiful survey of the medium.

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"Smash" and "Bombshell" were always meant for the stage, and fans finally got to see what that might look like

Slightly change a place name and tell about the new place. Plus fake trivia about spring.

Virtual film festivals, trivia nights, concerts and poetry slams offer an escape for everyone staying at home.

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On Facebook and YouTube, it’s bots vs. Bach, as the platforms are blocking or muting some performances.

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