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Feb 25Pedro The Lion Frontman Says Becoming A Dad Was The Turning Point In His Religious Journey
Feb 25PopPolitics: Feras Fayyad Counters Russian Effort to Discredit ‘Last Men in Aleppo’ (Listen)
Feb 25Our Staff Picks: TV Shows to Watch the Week of Feb. 26, 2018
Feb 25‘Black Panther’ Powers Past $300 Million at International Box Office
Feb 25Berlin Film Review: ‘America: Land of the Freeks’
Feb 25TV Ratings: Winter Olympics Hit Back-to-Back Lows in Final Days
Feb 25How ‘Game of Thrones’ Has an Emotional Connection to ‘Shape of Water’
Feb 25Box Office: ‘Black Panther’ Rules With $108 Million in Second Weekend
Feb 25Guillermo del Toro to Open Cinema Named after Him at Guadalajara Fest (EXCLUSIVE)
Feb 25Olympics: Offer of North Korea-U.S. Talks Points to Winter Games Peace Dividend
Feb 25Berlin Film Review: ‘Lemonade’
Feb 24Craig David Seizes The Moment With 'The Time Is Now'
Feb 24Popcast: In Defense of Soundtracks. And Fergie.
Feb 24Daring To Dream: A Carpenter Tries To Build A Piano In Rwanda
Feb 24Heavy Rotation: The Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing
Feb 23Critic’s Notebook: A Renaissance for an Instrument of Melancholy Magic
Feb 23Frank Kimbrough On Piano Jazz
Feb 23Encounters: The Show Goes On for Arrested ‘Housewife’ Luann de Lesseps
Feb 23A Rammellzee Exhibition Is Coming to New York
Feb 23That Decisive Moment: Exquisite Antonacci: The Week’s 8 Best Classical Music Moments on YouTube
Feb 23Watch a New Song From ‘Frozen’ on Broadway
Feb 23The 2018 Oscars Musical Performers Include Mary J. Blige and Common
Feb 23Christian Scott: Building Bridges Across Cultures
Feb 23Playlist: The Playlist: Janelle Monáe Feels the Funk, and 13 More New Songs
Feb 23Bahamas On World Cafe
Feb 23Jon Pardi on His Nashville Firsts
Feb 23Critic’s Notebook: Luigi Nono’s Harsh Music Inspires Reflection and Action
Feb 23Kacey Musgraves, Champion Of New Nashville, Announces 'Golden Hour' With Two Songs
Feb 23The Music From Nashville on CMT
Feb 23Tanya Donelly Reunites Belly, Announces Comeback Album
Feb 23Kacey Musgraves: “Songs About Life Through My Lens”
Feb 23Nashville: The Big Moments From Season 6 Episode 8
Feb 23FIRST LOOK: Nashville‘s Final Episodes Ever
Feb 23Songs We Love: Ashley Monroe, 'Hands On You'
Feb 23The Downtown Farmer: Honey Citrus Pops
Feb 23Vagabon: Tiny Desk
Feb 227 Classical Music Concerts to See in NYC This Weekend
Feb 2214 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in NYC This Weekend
Feb 22Janelle Monáe Bends More Than Gender In Two New Videos From 'Dirty Computer'
Feb 22Guest DJ Jorge Drexler Explores The Uruguayan Music That Helped Shape His Vision
Feb 22Alice Phoebe Lou Dives Deep In The Ethereal 'She' Video
Feb 22Brandi Carlile Rejects Bitterness And Self Pity On 'By The Way, I Forgive You'
Feb 22Tim McGraw Amplifies #NeverAgain Movement
Feb 22There’s More to Jake Owen Than the Music
Feb 22‘Monster’ from ‘Frozen: The Broadway Musical’
Feb 22Aaron Watson: “Two Chords and Sexy”
Feb 22How the Breeders Finally Learned to Get Along
Feb 21Album Review: Turnstile Knows Hardcore’s Rules. That’s Why It Can Break Them.
Feb 21How Jonny Greenwood Wove the ‘Phantom Thread’ Score
Feb 21Maren Morris Still Believes in Albums
Feb 21Watershed Festival Books Brantley Gilbert, Brad Paisley and Blake Shelton
Feb 21Kane Brown Toasts First No. 1 “What Ifs”
Feb 21Kelsea Ballerini Commands Country Airplay Charts with “Legends”
Feb 21My Favorite Page: A Lullaby, a Caress: Yo-Yo Ma, Ax and Kavakos on Brahms
Feb 21Renowned Evangelist Billy Graham Dies at 99
Feb 2128 Years After His Death, a Composer Gets a Publishing Deal
Feb 21Thomas Rhett on Those Kenny Chesney #Goals
Feb 21Is Kelsea Ballerini the Cure for Everything?
Feb 2022 Musicals, Plays, Concerts, Dances and Festivals You Can’t Miss This Spring
Feb 20Toby Keith Plots Should’ve Been A Cowboy Tour XXV
Feb 20Carolina Country Music Fest Unveils 2018 Lineup
Feb 20An African Funk Pioneer Gets a Second Chance on a Global Stage
Feb 20Who’s Performing at the 2018 ACM Party for a Cause
Feb 20Cam Does Not Heart the iHeart Nominee List
Feb 20Troy Gentry’s Wife Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Over Helicopter Crash
Feb 20Caitlyn Smith Plans Starfire Tour
Feb 20Review: ‘Semiramide’ Returns to the Met, Unglamorous but Excellent
Feb 20Sugarland Lends a Hand to New Parents
Feb 20For Snowboarders, the Music Matters as Much as the Gear
Feb 19Brett Eldredge Tours the Nashville That Built Him
Pedro The Lion Frontman Says Becoming A Dad Was The Turning Point In His Religious Journey
It's been over a decade since David Bazan has created music under the moniker, Pedro the Lion. Now he's on tour with the band and working on a new album. NPR's Sarah McCammon speaks with the singer.
PopPolitics: Feras Fayyad Counters Russian Effort to Discredit ‘Last Men in Aleppo’ (Listen)
WASHINGTON — Feras Fayyad, the director of the documentary “Last Men in Aleppo,” says that a Russian media effort to discredit the movie isn’t only aimed at undermining its Oscar chances and the freedom of filmmakers. “It is about bigger than me as a director,” he tells Variety‘s “PopPolitics” on SiriusXM. “It is about banning […]
Our Staff Picks: TV Shows to Watch the Week of Feb. 26, 2018
Welcome back to Tune In: our weekly newsletter offering a guide to the best of the week’s TV. Each week, Variety’s TV team combs through the week’s schedule, selecting our picks of what to watch and when/how to watch them. This week, “Atlanta” returns for its much-anticipated second season and the Academy Awards will crown […]
‘Black Panther’ Powers Past $300 Million at International Box Office
Disney-Marvel’s “Black Panther” has grossed an impressive $83.8 million in its second weekend in about 83% of international markets, lifting the superhero tentpole to $304 million overseas. “Black Panther,” starring Chadwick Boseman as the king of a fictional African nation, now has a worldwide total of $704 million through Sunday — making it the 10th […]
Berlin Film Review: ‘America: Land of the Freeks’
Ulli Lommel, director and MC of the gonzo mockumentary “America: Land of the Freeks,” is the sort of scurrilous Euro art scavenger you’d be happy to see a real documentary about. Born in Germany in 1944, he started off as an actor, becoming part of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s mutating stock company (he was the Godardian […]
TV Ratings: Winter Olympics Hit Back-to-Back Lows in Final Days
The closing days of the 2018 Winter Olympics saw steep declines in the Nielsen ratings. Friday night’s primetime coverage of the Games from Pyeongchang, South Korea, drew a combined 9.2 rating in metered market households on NBC and NBC Sports Network. That is down approximately 28 percent from the previous night’s coverage. That is also […]
How ‘Game of Thrones’ Has an Emotional Connection to ‘Shape of Water’
Fox Searchlight’s “The Shape of Water” defies all logic. Not many filmmakers could make audiences swoon and weep at the love story between a mute janitor and a fish-man. Also defying logic: The fact that those characters are related to Jon Snow, Tyrion Lannister and the Mother of Dragons. Vanessa Taylor, who wrote the “Shape” […]
Box Office: ‘Black Panther’ Rules With $108 Million in Second Weekend
Disney-Marvel’s “Black Panther”is dominating the box office with an astounding $108 million at 4,020 North American locations — the second-highest second weekend ever behind “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” “Black Panther,” starring Chadwick Boseman, has now grossed $400 million domestically in its first 10 days. Only “The Force Awakens” has reached that milestone faster. It’s […]
Guillermo del Toro to Open Cinema Named after Him at Guadalajara Fest (EXCLUSIVE)
Multi Oscar-nominated Guillermo del Toro is slated to open a new cinema named after him in Guadalajara, his hometown, on March 10, in an event which is likely to prove one of the festival’s highlights. “Hopefully, he’ll have a few Oscars in tow,” said Guadalajara Film Festival director Ivan Trujillo. The new cinema is one […]
Olympics: Offer of North Korea-U.S. Talks Points to Winter Games Peace Dividend
North Korea may be willing to hold formal talks with the U.S., it emerged Sunday night in South Korea, during the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang. The announcement came after North Korean Gen. Kim Yong-chol met South Korean President Moon Jae-in ahead of the closing event. It is not clear whether […]
Berlin Film Review: ‘Lemonade’
The old adage about making sour fruit into sweet refreshment is implicit in the title of Romanian writer-director Ioana Uricaru’s promising first feature “Lemonade.” Martha Stewart herself, however, would be stumped by the wizened, acrid lemons our hapless heroine is handed in this heart-pinching hard-luck story from America’s green card-seeking margins. Bearing the tersely empathetic, […]
Craig David Seizes The Moment With 'The Time Is Now'
The British singer discusses making a staggered comeback after a career full of ups and downs and celebrating the changes in R&B.
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