What to watch on Tuesday: ‘Only Murders in the Building’ airs on Hulu

Tuesday, June 28, 2022 I HBO's documentary "Endangered" premieres on HBO at 9.

By Olivia McCormackJune 28, 2022

Gloria Allen, who ran a charm school for transgender youths, dies at 76

Her school inspired the play “Charm” by Philip Dawkins, who called her “the mother of queer Chicago.” She was also the subject of a documentary, “Mama Gloria.”

By Harrison SmithJune 27, 2022

Cartoonists passionately take on the Supreme Court’s abortion decision

Some cartoons express anger, pain and resilience after the Supreme Court's abortion decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health overturns Roe v. Wade.

By Michael CavnaJune 27, 2022

In Mosaic premiere, Benjamin Benne’s ‘In His Hands’ muses on sex, faith

World premiere runs through July 17 at Atlas Performing Arts Center.

By Celia WrenJune 27, 2022

Sam Gilliam, abstract artist who went beyond the frame, dies at 88

With a 1969 exhibition at the Corcoran Gallery, the D.C. artist instantly became one of the country's most acclaimed abstract painters.

By Michael O'SullivanJune 27, 2022

From the wires

Grammy Award-winning songwriter Ken Williams dies at 83

Songwriter Kenneth “Ken” Williams, who wrote or co-wrote hundred of tunes for a vast array of performers, including Donny Hathaway, The Four Tops and Peaches & Herb, including The Main Ingredient’s hit “Everybody Plays the Fool,” has died

By Associated PressJune 27, 2022

New this week: 'Only Murders in the Building,' 'More Power'

This week’s new entertainment releases include a new album from Imagine Dragons, the reuniting of “Home Improvement” sitcom buddies Tim Allen and Richard Karn for “More Power” and the return of Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez as unlikely crime-solving New York City neighbors in Hulu’s “Only Murders in the Building.”

By Associated PressJune 27, 2022

Paul McCartney wows Glastonbury with Dave Grohl and The Boss

Paul McCartney has wowed fans at the Glastonbury Festival  with a 2½-hour concert that included Beatles hits and big-name guest stars

By Associated PressJune 26, 2022

Alok Vaid-Menon's tips for being a better ally

In an interview on June 25, nonbinary artist Alok Vaid-Menon explained what the gender binary is and offered tips on how to be more inclusive.

By Neeti UpadhyeJune 27, 2022

BET Awards: Stars react to Roe overturning

Keke Palmer, Taraji P. Henson, Billy Porter, Janelle Monae and others reacted on June 26 to the Supreme Court abortion ruling at the BET Awards in Los Angeles.

June 27, 2022

Alok Vaid-Menon's advice for coming out: 'Take your time'

In an interview with The Washington Post on June 25, nonbinary artist Alok Vaid-Menon shared advice for queer people who are struggling to live authentically.

By Neeti UpadhyeJune 27, 2022

Alok Vaid-Menon on how Roe reversal affects trans lives

Non-binary artist Alok Vaid-Menon emphasized the importance of "queer joy" in the face of anti-trans legislation and the fall of Roe v. Wade.

By Neeti UpadhyeJune 27, 2022

‘Mr. Malcolm’s List’: Not quite Jane Austen, but close

The feature debut of filmmaker Emma Holly Jones is a Regency-period romance based on a novel by Suzanne Allain.

By Kristen Page-KirbyJune 27, 2022

Frank’s Burger Place in Wheaton is just the balm we need

Chef Pedro Matamoros puts his skills to work in the service of the all-American hamburger.

By Tim CarmanJune 27, 2022

‘Elsewhere’ is a chilling, eerily current novel about motherhood

Alexis Schaitkin’s fantastical tale takes a page from Margaret Atwood to explore society’s role in the maternal experience.

By Suzanne BerneJune 27, 2022

Robert Adams looked past despair and found the truth of America

“American Silence: The Photographs of Robert Adams” is a must-see exhibition at the National Gallery of Art through Oct. 2.

By Philip KennicottJune 27, 2022

What to watch on Monday: ‘The Split’ returns to BBC America

Monday, June 27, 2022 I PBS's documentary "Hiding in Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness" premieres.

By Olivia McCormackJune 27, 2022

At a time of angry uproar, theater can still show us the way forward

An essay on the impact of the Supreme Court's abortion decision on how we view contemporary drama.

By Peter MarksJune 26, 2022

Bette Howland, nearly forgotten, is now getting the notice she deserves

New editions of her books, including “Things Come and Go” reveal Howland’s singular talent

By Marion WinikJune 26, 2022

Baxter Black, trail boss of the cowboy poets, dies at 77

A onetime veterinarian, he became a regular on NPR with his comical stories and poems of rural life.

By Matt SchudelJune 25, 2022

In Ottessa Moshfegh’s ‘Lapvona,’ alienation turns to violence

Ottessa Moshfegh’s fourth novel generates her most grotesque vision yet.

By Anita FelicelliJune 25, 2022

‘Money Heist: Korea’: What to know about Netflix’s new crossover series

Don't write off this version of "Money Heist" just because you have (or have not) seen the original.

By Bethonie ButlerJune 25, 2022

What to watch this weekend: ‘Westworld’ returns to HBO on Sunday

‘First Blood’ premieres on Saturday and the ‘BET Awards’ air on Sunday.

By Olivia McCormackJune 25, 2022