Michael McConnell and Jack Baker applied for their first marriage license 40 years ago, beginning a lifelong battle.
From dadbod to manicures, a catalog of subjects we briefly cared about in 2015.
And just like that we're back in the world of the first three ‘Star Wars’ films—as if nothing happened along the way.
The triumph, anger, grief, and the last-minute confessions that stood out on television this year.
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The scholar of nationalism and author of ‘Imagined Communities’ has died at the age of 79.
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‘In the Heart of the Sea’ may be based on a true story, but it remains obsessed with ‘Moby-Dick.’
They dominated film, television, and literature—and there's no end to the hold they have on the entertainment industry.
Immerse yourself in a huge novel and you will start to find its timeline competing with the plot of your daily life.
Hannah Rothschild’s new novel, told from the point of view of a Watteau painting, skewers the art world.
Hughes Allison was a black mystery writer with promising future. What went wrong?
A new cookbook aims to do for weed what Julia Child did for French cuisine.