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Sienna Miller brings a career-high performance to the lead role of ‘American Woman,’ which also features Sky Ferreira as a vanished teenager.
Morris “Moe” Burg lived an almost unbelievable life as a polyglot spy and pro baseball player. ‘The Spy Behind Home Plate’ tells his story perfectly.
Streamed by millions, Ludovico Einaudi’s classical music offers an escape from hectic lives. In an interview, he talks about what inspires him.
Having such unbridled enthusiasm hasn’t always been considered a good thing. But baseball brought fan back.
My grown-up grandchildren's new toys consist of electronics. So I decided to pass along the little red-and-yellow toy car to someone else’s driveway.
Ali Stroker, the first actor in a wheelchair to win, is among dozens of women recognized in the 2019 Tony Awards. Buoyant winners used their acceptance speeches as platforms to highlight inclusivity and diversity as the way forward for Broadway.
It's not a bad movie, but it's not a good one either: ‘Late Night’ is stale, though Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson give it their all.
Ron Howard’s latest documentary is an engaging portrait of the singer-showman Pavarotti, with enough singing clips to satisfy even the biggest fan.
Humans were more than happy with sugar for 1,000 years or so, until a Baltimore chemist accidentally invented another artificial sweetener in 1878.
My mom's approach at scoring golf makes me wonder if I can become more optimistic simply by acting that way.
From zoos to history museums, curators worldwide are using new technology to make their collections more welcoming to diverse audiences. Amplified audio tours and 3-D photographs are just two ways people with disabilities can enjoy exhibits in new ways.
Kenneth Branagh returns to Shakespeare in ‘All Is True’ and India’s class structure is explored in the romance ‘Photograph’ in our best of May movies.
Much diplomacy these days seems to consist of “saber-rattling.” Why is this old-fashioned-sounding term still part of the political lexicon?
Dexter Fletcher’s Elton John biopic ‘Rocketman’ is overdone, full of self-glorification, and a bit predictable.
In Andrew Slater’s ‘Echo in the Canyon,’ musicians like David Crosby and Stephen Stills discuss the California haven where their talent was incubated.
Critic Candace McDuffie on the ‘Avengers’ spinoff comic featuring Shuri from ‘Black Panther,’ Vampire Weekend’s album ‘Father of the Bride,’ and more.
Cat video celebrities like Grumpy Cat, Lil Bub, and Henri represent an oasis of purity and happiness in a complicated media landscape.
Even the magic carpet looks bummed out in the Disney remake of ‘Aladdin,’ directed and co-written by Guy Ritchie.
Director Andrey Paounov's free-form documentary captures the élan of environmental artist Christo as he creates ‘The Floating Piers.’
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