Culture & Arts

The latest adaptation of Anne Rice’s novel offers a smart update, while retaining its poignant story of a vampire questioning life, mortality and his own power.
The 21-year-old singer struggled with depression while raising her younger siblings after her father's deportation. Now, she's making music for others like her — and redefining bilingual music in the process.
With the Cardinal Divas, Princess Isis Lang wanted a safe space for other Black students at the LA school. She didn’t expect so many people to be mad about it.
Director Kathryn Ferguson re-centers the singer-songwriter as the icon she rightly is. But that comes with limitations.
New shows like “The Rookie: Feds” have put racial inequities in policing more directly into the story. But they still fall short.
The creator of the new Hulu series talks about crafting the show's complexity and building her TV career, from Shondaland to "Little Fires Everywhere."
In "Mija," director Isabel Castro combined music documentaries with the style of "Euphoria" and "Clueless" to tell a more nuanced immigration story.
Despite Florence Pugh's best efforts, director Olivia Wilde’s film has white feminist vibes, an awkward performance by Harry Styles, and a third act that goes off the rails.
For co-showrunner Dana Ledoux Miller, creating a series based on the 2018 Thai cave rescue meant centering those who were most affected: the 12 boys, their families and their coach.
The newest addition to "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" opened up about who's most fashionable on the show and who she'd trust the least with a secret.