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By Patty Gorena Morales
With the ever-expanding streaming landscape, there are simply too many bingeable TV shows to keep track of. Here is a short guide to 2017's best shows.
Two film critics share their favorite films of the year, including "The Post," "Lady Bird" and "Get Out."…
By Elizabeth Flock
2017 saw a slew of big pop and hip-hop records, a number of breakout female singer-songwriters and all-girl bands, and the return of beloved 60's soul artist Don Bryant and pop star Kesha.
By Alison Thoet
What makes a holiday movie? We asked a pop-culture blogger for non-traditional holiday recommendations.
By Larisa Epatko
Memoirs that make you think about judgment and injustice, a funny -- but unexpectedly dark -- novel, and a guide to a happy marriage. These are the books that authors Daniel Pink and Ann Patchett chose as their top picks…
Amy Tan often explores the fraught relationship between mothers and daughters in her writing, including in her new memoir. Here are 5 other memoirs about family that she recommends.
Early films like the 1929 "Nosferatu" set the archetype for today's horror movies, said Jacob McMurray, curator for a new exhibit on horror cinema. These classics are guaranteed to send chills down your spine.
Since the classic 1931 film, “Frankenstein” has been spun off into hundreds of plays, television shows, books and films.
Ron Chernow, acclaimed biographer of "Hamilton" as well as Ulysses S. Grant, recommends three books to read to understand the Civil War and its legacies.
If summer is the time for escape reading, fall may be a great time to "re-engage" with thought-provoking books about politics, identity, life after a hurricane and the role of technology in our lives.
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