HBO's 'Watchmen' brought the 1921 Tulsa race massacre to new prominence. Director Nicole Kassell reflects on its influence — and Donald Trump's 'cruel' rally.
What's on TV Saturday, June 20, plus Sunday Talk shows: Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted; Movies on TV
Director Agnieska Holland's "Mr. Jones" is an overreaching but compelling historical political thriller starring James Norton, Vanessa Kirby and Peter Sarsgaard.
Guadalupe Rosales brings together fellow artists Nao Bustamante, Rafa Esparza, MPA and Zackary Drucker for video art screening online Sunday for LAND.
The new song from hip-hop superstar J. Cole, "Snow on tha Bluff," rebukes a young female rapper for her tone. He caught a well-earned earful in return
Usher, Lupita Nyong'o, Taylor Swift, Mindy Kaling, Chris Evans, Pharrell and others are urging the government to recognize Juneteenth as a national holiday.
Kimberly Drew explains her journey as a Black gay woman through the world of art in a new book for young adults, "This Is What I Know About Art."
CEO Adam Aron previously said AMC would not require masks in all its movie theaters as the chain plans to reopen most locations July 15.
Martha Graham's company collaborates with Wild Up and the Soraya in Northridge to reimagine a 1937 dance for the digital (and coronavirus) age.
Matthew Rhys takes up the mantle of the iconic defender of the innocent, made famous by Raymond Burr, in HBO's new, Depression-era 'Perry Mason.'