Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows:
Mr. Hill spent four decades as a mail carrier while playing with jazz greats at night.
“The Arrangement” may remind viewers of rumors about the effect of Scientology on the marriage of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes.
Kensington Palace says Prince George will attend the Thomas’s Battersea prep school beginning in September.
The Pretenders and their tough frontwoman return to Washington on Monday night.
Kendrick Lamar called out rappers by name in his infamous “Control” verse released in 2013, but the internet is playing the guessing game about his target in a new song.
So what political art is emerging to serve up with a nice vodka?
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Organizers of the Eurovision song contest say they’re taking the unprecedented step of offering to let Russia’s contestant perform via satellite after authorities in host Ukraine banned her from entering the country.
In a story March 23 about a protest at the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Associated Press erroneously reported the length of the demonstration. Artist Parker Bright spent two days standing in front of a painting of lynching victim Emmett Till, not several days over a week.
In his new Netflix specials, "The Age of Spin" and "Deep in the Heart of Texas," Chappelle offers unique perspectives on celebrity, personal politics and associated moral dilemmas,
Barry Manilow is adding his legendary voice to a concert series in New York City that raises money for human rights organizations.
John Mayer’s new single, “Still Feel Like Your Man,” is about ex-girlfriend Katy Perry.
Time for spring break! Why not book a trip to the Andromeda Galaxy, where fun and adventure await on exotic planets no human has ever set foot on before?
Katy Perry, Maroon 5 and One Direction’s Niall Horan are set to perform at the annual Wango Tango concert near Los Angeles in May.
An author whose book was the basis for the Oscar-nominated movie “Hidden Figures” has won an award for writing literature that promotes diversity and confronts racism.
Colson Whitehead and Lev Grossman will be among the 150 authors in attendance.
“Love Connection” is reconnecting with viewers. A new version of the match-making game show will air on Fox starting May 25, the network announced Thursday.
Strong playing in Haydn’s G Minor String Quartet.
Harrison Ford told an air traffic controller he was distracted and concerned about turbulence from another aircraft when he mistakenly landed his small plane on a taxiway at a California airport last month.
A hug. A wink. A dance. A non-answer. These are the so-called gay moments in a handful of recent high-profile studio movies that have sparked both rapturous celebration and startling backlash.
Weekend of March 25-26, 2017 | On HBO: The penultimate episode of “Big Little Lies.”
The Disney chief reassures fans that respectful filmmakers won't resort to hologram technology for Fisher's “Last Jedi” performance as Leia.
Contributors in the Athenaeum’s exhibit include well-known D.C. (or D.C.-rooted) artists.
A new orchestral festival gives rise to old questions about our view of our own works
If your web connection seems sluggish while you’re watching “Iron Fist,” don’t blame your internet provider. The problem is the listless pace of this new Netflix series.
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