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Expect to be delighted and outraged by our incisive and sprawling coverage of culture and arts.
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    I think? I'm so confused.

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    Wolfe authored classic books like "Bonfire of the Vanities" and "The Right Stuff."

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    A conversation with the comedy mastermind about playing Jared, the heart of the HBO tech satire's fifth season.

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    Ron Howard's drama-addled spinoff doesn't get Han quite right, but the movie is entertaining in a witless way.

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    Season 2, Episode 5 brings us two weddings and a funeral, Gilead-style.

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    How far-fetched are the racy bits in medical dramas? Some real-life doctors and nurses educate us.

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    A “Solo” writer opened up about Lando Calrissian’s sexuality and his desire for “a more explicitly LGBT character.”

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    At 69 years old, she's a certified underground legend, and contemporary female artists are acknowledging her legacy.

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    He'll always be a king of comedy, but what Cedric Kyles really wants to be is a dramatic actor.

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    I arrived prepared to snark, but then the corgis, Champagne, and Meghan and Harry's love story got me.

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    In her latest book, the 'Nickel and Dimed' author explains why she'll keep going to the gym but refuses to waste her final years in a doctor's office.

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    She's famous for playing so-and-so's teenage daughter. But 17 years into her career, Newton is anxious for a change.

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    In an interview with HuffPost, Nate Moore said he asked the Russo brothers to reconsider the death.

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    Season 2, Episode 6 is explosive ― and all about Serena Joy.

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    Two stomach-churning events, featured back-to-back in the last episode, have divided viewers.

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    In his 60s, Roth produced several exceptional novels, including “American Pastoral,” “The Human Stain” and “I Married a Communist.”

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    My relationship with his books careened from fascination to fury, finally landing in a place of deep commitment.

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    Contemporary artist Natalie Frank brought “The Story of O” to life in drawings decades after it caused controversy. In the process, she faced a similar backlash.

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    "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's" Vella Lovell pushes back on what old-school male actors see as the "norm."

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    A female producer reflects on the male emotion, and female suppression, that runs Hollywood.

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    In the show's finale episode, Phoebe Waller-Bridge takes the typically male-centric genre of cat-and-mouse thrillers and hacks its phallic baggage right off.

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    In Season 2, Episode 7, Serena and June finally meet as equals.

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    His Instagram account has since been deleted.

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  • 05/31/18--08:48: Does My Disease Need A Name?
  • Living with an undiagnosed chronic illness.

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    When real-life starvation merges with creamy, nutty goodness, a certain cinematic magic is inevitable.

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    "It was gone. Poof."

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    And one has to do with the most debated aspect of Han Solo.

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    Yes, I shed a few stray tears during an oddly affecting sequence in a movie about dinosaurs outwitting human imbeciles. Let me explain.

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    The former teen pop star almost went back to school before she landed the part of Rebecca Pearson on "This is Us."

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    From mothers to doctors to editors, the show drives home what a nation sacrifices when it doesn't utilize the skills of half its population.

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    "Onstage, I felt like I was just playing a character, but offstage, unfortunately, I didn’t get to have my real life."

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    We fact-checked the most glamorous con job in cinematic history.

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    Leslie Jamison's "The Recovering," reviewed by a recovering alcoholic.

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    It’s hard to evolve. It’s harder, still, to do it in public, in real time, like Bourdain did.

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    The new documentary "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" explores the radical notion that someone this decent really was who he said he was.

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    The rapper is no longer boosting the self-esteem of black folks. He’s only boosting his own.

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    Toni Collette, Alex Wolff and writer-director Ari Aster walk us through one of the scariest movies ever made.

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    "The Band's Visit" walked away with 10 trophies, including Best Musical.

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    Not all queer stories need happy endings. But in the "Love, Simon" era, pessimistic stereotypes are little more than weightless relics.

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    Sayaka Murata’s novel "Convenience Store Woman" observes the inevitable failures of a society to embrace all within it.

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    In Season 2, Episode 9, the Waterfords head to Canada -- and we see just how patriotic protest truly is.

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    When photographer Jennifer Loeber began documenting Lorelei Erisis’ transition, she didn’t expect her journey to look so familiar.

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    For decades, she translated her famous husband's scientific findings into utterly mesmerizing illustrations. But she rarely received credit, until now.