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English has so many creative ways to proclaim that something is ‘nonsense.’ Part 2 of a series on the nuts and bolts of humorous words.
Ahead of the Grammys, our columnist explores how top nominee Lizzo found fame – and the savvy decisions she’s made in the spotlight.
For African group Les Amazones d’Afrique, music is a vessel to uplift women, says newest member Niariu.
Wind that whistles is a thrill in the Northwest, where I snuggle in my bed and contemplate the mighty motion of the atmosphere.
An aerial picture shows the Castle of Visegrad covered in hoarfrost in the foggy dawn in Visegrad, Hungary, Jan. 17.
A new cartoon show on PBS Kids uses indigenous input at all levels of production and centers on a young Alaska Native as the lead character.
No one, or at least no member of Congress, says malarkey more than Joe Biden does. Its connotation is avuncular and proudly old-fashioned.
Canadian biologist Anne Innis Dagg is the fascinating subject of a documentary that traces her relationship with the animal she first met at age 3.
Movies from ‘Parasite’ director Bong Joon-ho and anime legend Satoshi Kon, and music from The Comet Is Coming offer a gateway to international fare.
When I would “run away” from home, I always used to pack washcloths. But my daughter makes equally quirky decisions.
Despite highly acclaimed performances by women and people of color, the 92nd Academy Awards will celebrate films by and about white men.
The top words of the year in 2019 reflected shifting attitudes toward gender identity, along with an increase in anxiety about climate change.
The Blue Tin Production co-op grew out of a desire to make ethically produced fashion, inspired by Persian architecture and culture.
I felt cold chills down my arms when I realized that I recognized this book's setting: We had a home on the exact river the author was describing.
The 77th Golden Globes snubbed Netflix. The big winners: “1917” for best picture, drama, and “Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood” for best film, comedy.
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