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Washington Post technology columnist Taylor Lorenz tells the social history of social media in “Extremely Online: The Untold Story of Fame, Influence and Power on the Internet.”
Allow Jorja Smith to reintroduce herself on the long-awaited sophomore release, “Falling or Flying.”
Louis Vuitton dazzled Paris as the latest collection from women’s creative director Nicolas Ghesquière swirled epochs and emotions.
British media are reporting that a second British police force is looking into sexual offenses allegedly committed by actor and comedian Russell Brand.
“Collision of Power” by former Washington Post executive editor Martin Baron is really three books in one, says Associated Press reviewer Jeff Rowe.
A documentary chronicling Beyoncé‘s just-concluded 39-city Renaissance World Tour will premiere in North American theaters Dec. 1, AMC Theaters announced Monday.
The Powerball jackpot climbed to an estimated $1.2 billion after no one beat the immense odds and won the giant prize.
A new museum exhibition in Paris focuses on the last months of Dutch master Vincent van Gogh before he shot himself in 1890.
The Japanese entertainment company that has acknowledged its founder sexually assaulted hundreds of boys over the span of five decades has taken a new name: Smile-Up.
Taylor Swift couldn’t just shake off another chance to watch Travis Kelce on the football field. The 12-time Grammy Award winner arrived at MetLife Stadium about 40 minutes before kickoff Sunday night to watch Kelce and his Kansas City Chiefs take on the New York Jets.
After several quiet weeks in movie theaters, four films entered wide release over the weekend. “PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie” came out the top dog, with $23 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Valentino took a contemporary stride down memory lane this Sunday, returning to Les Beaux-Arts, the prestigious art school where founder Valentino Garavani once studied.
More time has been tacked onto an eight-year prison sentence for a New York woman who fatally shoved an 87-year-old Broadway singing coach.
The legal fights between Disney and Gov. Ron DeSantis ratcheted up this week. The Florida governor asked that the company’s First Amendment lawsuit against him be tossed from federal court.
Growing up on the border between Mexico and the United States, Becky G spoke English, but sang corridos, boleros and mariachi in Spanish.
Turkey’s oldest film festival has been canceled amid controversy surrounding a politically sensitive documentary about the aftermath of a 2016 coup attempt.
It’s that time of the year in Scandinavia when the wind turns colder, the days get shorter and academics in Stockholm and Oslo grab the world spotlight as they announce the winners of the Nobel Prizes.
Authorities on Friday made their first arrest in the 1996 shooting death of hip-hop superstar Tupac Shakur with the indictment of Duane “Keffe D” Davis.
Duane Keffe D. Davis was arrested and charged with murder Friday, with prosecutors saying he ordered and masterminded the Shakur killing.
Major League Baseball’s Houston Astros and the NBA’s Houston Rockets announced on Friday that they’ve acquired AT&T SportsNet Southwest from Warner Bros.