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May 26Six Things We Learned From ‘Game of Thrones: The Last Watch’ Documentary
May 26‘Killing Eve’ Season 2 Stumbled Where ‘Barry’ Soared (Column)
May 26Hugh Jackman Leads Massive One-Man Show Crowd in ‘Happy Birthday’ for Ian McKellen
May 26Netflix, Shmetflix: At Cannes 2019, the Movies Needed Every Inch of the Big Screen
May 26Eric Church Brings Double Down Tour to Nashville’s Nissan Stadium
May 26Scott Pelley Alleges He Lost ‘Evening News’ Anchor Job for Complaints About Work Culture
May 26‘Aladdin’ Dominates International Box Office With $121 Million
May 26Box Office: ‘Aladdin’ Taking Flight With $105 Million in North America
May 26'Alt.Latino' Summer Suggestions
May 26Agustina San Martin Talks Cannes Special Mention Winner ‘Monster God’
May 25Spice Girls Open European Reunion Tour With Inclusivity Proclamations, Sound Issues
May 25Netflix Snags Worldwide Rights to Cannes Winners ‘Atlantics,’ ‘I Lost My Body’
May 25In 'We Get By,' Mavis Staples Keeps Singing For 'Change'
May 25This 'Greatest Hits' Album Is Real. Its Artist Is Fiction
May 25Jessi Colter, The Lady Among The Outlaws, is 76
May 25At 83, Tom T. Hall Basks in the Variety of Characters He Created
May 24'Two Wings: The Music Of Black America In Migration' Celebrates Journey Millions Took
May 24Five at Five: Randy Travis Releases First Music in Six Years + Sheryl Crow Details THREADS
May 24Rodrigo y Gabriela Spin The Songs Behind Their Wild Sound
May 24The 5 Best Latin Alternative Songs Of 2019 (So Far)
May 24The O'Jays Want The World To Catch Up To The Love Train
May 24ECM At Big Ears: A Boundless Label Meets A Broadminded Festival
May 24Featuring Alessia Cara, 'Querer Mejor' Is Classic Juanes
May 24The Sustainability Story Behind Live in the Vineyard
May 24Ed Sheeran's 'Cross Me' Links Up With Chance The Rapper
May 24New Music Friday: Our Top 7 Albums Out On May 24
May 24A 21-Song Salute to Memorial Day
May 2410 Rosanne Cash Songs That Cry Out for Love
May 23Five at Five: Clare Bowen Releases “Let It Rain” + Michael Ray Requests an Open Bar
May 23Not Bitter, Just Sweet: The Rolling Stones Give Royalties To The Verve
May 23P!NK + Chris Stapleton = Magic at Madison Square Garden
May 23Darlingside On Mountain Stage
May 23Toro y Moi Sings Cheat Codes For Your Life
May 23Lizzo On Feminism, Self-Love And Bringing 'Hallelujah Moments' To Stage
May 23PHOTOS: All-Star CMT Music Awards Collabs Revisited

One Dance (ft. Wizkid & Kyla) - one of the best Drake songs, top songs list [#93]

Six Things We Learned From ‘Game of Thrones: The Last Watch’ Documentary
HBO gave fans a long parting look at the making of “Game of Thrones” on Sunday night in a two-hour documentary that focused on the Herculean efforts by the small army craft and technical experts who worked on the mammoth fantasy drama. “Game of Thrones: The Last Watch” introduced viewers to the leaders of the […]
‘Killing Eve’ Season 2 Stumbled Where ‘Barry’ Soared (Column)
SPOILER ALERT: This article contains spoilers for the entire second seasons of “Killing Eve” and “Barry.”  I was dead certain that “Killing Eve” and “Barry” — two of my favorite television debuts of 2018 — should have ended after a single season. Both coincidentally starring unstable assassins, the shows were smart, propulsive, and extremely weird […]
Hugh Jackman Leads Massive One-Man Show Crowd in ‘Happy Birthday’ for Ian McKellen
Hugh Jackman may have had to skip Ian McKellen’s birthday party to perform his one-man show, “The Man, The Music, The Show,” but that didn’t mean he couldn’t celebrate his “X-Men” co-star’s 80th. Jackman took a moment at the Manchester Arena Saturday to lead the sold-out audience — some 50,000 strong — in a rendition […]
Netflix, Shmetflix: At Cannes 2019, the Movies Needed Every Inch of the Big Screen
In the May 24 edition of The New York Times, there was a column by Timothy Egan, entitled “The Comeback of the Century: Why the Book Endures, Even in an Era of Disposable Digital Culture,” that celebrated those things that come between two hard covers as a larger phenomenon than mere nostalgia. The column keyed […]
Eric Church Brings Double Down Tour to Nashville’s Nissan Stadium
Church secured his status as the rebel yell of country music at last night's show (May 25). He could have sung all night by himself -- just him and a guitar -- and he would have still had everyone captivated by his natural charisma, the irreproachable conviction in his words, and world-class musicianship.
Scott Pelley Alleges He Lost ‘Evening News’ Anchor Job for Complaints About Work Culture
Just as CBS News is pushing to turn a corner on a more than a year of internal turmoil, veteran anchor Scott Pelley shone a light back on to its recent past. The anchor, a veteran of CBS News’ “60 Minutes” and “CBS Evening News” alleged Sunday that he was taken off CBS’ evening-news broadcast in […]
‘Aladdin’ Dominates International Box Office With $121 Million
Disney’s “Aladdin” is showing plenty of worldwide drawing power with $121 million overseas for the weekend, opening in first place in nearly all international markets. The reboot of the 1992 animated classic has received strong family attendance with a significant gain on Saturday and Sunday. China leads the way with an estimated $18.7 million for […]
Box Office: ‘Aladdin’ Taking Flight With $105 Million in North America
Disney’s live-action “Aladdin” is flying high with an estimated $105 million in North America during the four-day Memorial Day holiday weekend. It’s the sixth-highest Memorial Day weekend total ever, topping the 2011 mark of $103.4 million for “The Hangover Part II.” The top total came in 2007, when “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End” […]
'Alt.Latino' Summer Suggestions
NPR's Alt.Latino music podcast shares suggestions for summer listening.
Agustina San Martin Talks Cannes Special Mention Winner ‘Monster God’
CANNES – An exploration of the ramifications of God, “Monster God,” from Argentina’s Agustina San Martín, took a Special Mention – an effective runner’s up prize – on Saturday night at this year’s Cannes Film Festival short film competition. It’s not difficult to see why, especially when jury president Claire Denis own films’ power resists […]
Spice Girls Open European Reunion Tour With Inclusivity Proclamations, Sound Issues
Posh Spice chose not to be included, but there was a lot of other inclusivity to go around as the four other Spice Girls opened their reunion tour in Dublin Friday night. “We welcome all ages, all races, all gender identifies, all countries of origin, all sexual orientations, all religions and beliefs, all abilities,” they […]
Netflix Snags Worldwide Rights to Cannes Winners ‘Atlantics,’ ‘I Lost My Body’
Mati Diop’s feature directorial debut “Atlantics” and Jérémy Clapin’s animated favorite “I Lost My Body” have both been acquired by Netflix following wins at Cannes Film Festival. “Atlantics” was awarded the grand prix while “I Lost My Body” was voted the best film at the independent International Critics Week. The deals are for worldwide rights […]
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