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A Live Q&A With Groundbreaking Latinx Artists

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Join us on Instagram as we celebrate Latinx Heritage Month with two talented visual creators.

Our Fictional President

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Donald Trump, as bizarre and unpredictable as a satirical president, ushered us into a world where novels can't outstrip the weirdness of reality.

Charles Dance On 'The Crown,' 'Game Of Thrones' And Aging In Hollywood

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The actor, widely known for his role as Tywin Lannister, has a string of projects sure to impress this season, including "Mank."

This Year’s Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Is Exactly What You’d Expect For 2020

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“Charlie Brown: I have the saddest Christmas Tree. Rockefeller Center: Hold my beer," one Twitter user joked.

Barack Obama's Memoir 'A Promised Land' Is Good, But Not Good Enough

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The former president's hotly anticipated book is packed with detail, thoughtfully written, and an unsatisfying defense of his early presidency.

Getting Through... With Fariha Róisín

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In the first installment of this new interview series, the author of "How to Cure A Ghost" and "Like A Bird" talks about self-care and survival.

TV Holiday Movies Are A Never-Ending Stream Of Red, Green And Whiteness

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HuffPost investigates the perpetual, bland suburban aesthetic of Lifetime, Hallmark and Netflix holiday movies.

Getting Through ... With Mominatu

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At just 26 years old, this free spirit moved to Dakar, Senegal, to open up her first yoga studio.

'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom' Is Viola Davis At Her Most Exciting

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Davis talks about her remarkable transformation, and how playing the title character was one of her biggest challenges yet.

Even 2020 Couldn’t Kill The F**kboy

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Dating in a pandemic is a minefield for singles. While some have managed to find love, others are still dealing with old challenges or have given up entirely.

2020 Was Wild. These Pop Culture Obsessions Got Us Through.

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We baked. We binged. We bought all the things. An A-to-Z list of the distractions that sustained us in this roller coaster of a year.

Getting Through ... With Taylour Paige

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With roles in “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” and the highly anticipated “Zola,” Paige is carving out a Hollywood career that's all about the work.

16 Hilariously Reliable Tropes You'll Find In These Made-For-TV Holiday Movies

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Whether at a Christmas bakeoff or at a historic inn, we promise you these characters discover the magic of the holidays and live happily ever after.

This Is What Tourism Looks Like In NYC During A Pandemic

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As New York has been slowly coming back to life, so have some elements of the tourism industry. But it’s nowhere close to what it once was.

The Biggest Literary Scandals of 2020

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From J.K. Rowling to Woody Allen, "American Dirt" to "My Dark Vanessa," this year's publishing controversies reflected an industry in crisis.

The Peculiar Case Of Jewish Christmas Movies

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Over the last two years, Hallmark and Lifetime have attempted to integrate Jews into their holiday romance fare — with mixed results.

The Best Books Of 2020

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The 10 reads -- from Emily St. John Mandel, Raven Leilani, Marie-Helene Bertino and more -- that added joy, clarity and color to my year.

The Pathetic Siege

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It’s all so dangerous. And it’s all so mortifying.

‘Bridgerton’ Isn’t Bad Austen — It's An Entirely Different Genre

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Critics and viewers have dinged the show for being a cliché-ridden period piece or a sloppy historical drama. But it's neither: It’s Regency romance, and it's spectacular.

Why Hot Sauce Companies Owned By People Of Color Aren't Dominating The Industry

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Six of the 10 bestselling hot sauces in the country are sold by white-owned corporations.

What's The Deal With The Bad Political Fanfic Tweets?

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Giddy at the inauguration of Biden and Harris, some liberals on Twitter acted out in a familiar way: posting tender fan fiction about their favorite pols.