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Her first moves of the day are the hardest. EunWon Lee, one of the Washington Ballet’s leading ballerinas, awakens as many dancers do, with...

In the fact-based drama “Marshall” - a throwback to such courtroom-focused procedurals as “Witness for the Prosecution” and “To Kill a Mockingbird” - Thurgood...

The sky has brought nothing but trouble lately - hurricanes, tornadoes, torrential rain. For good reason, people look up with wary eyes. On ordinary...

The British Empire in South Asia remains an enduring source of conflicting narratives even 70 years after its collapse. In recent years, Brexit supporters...

The announcement was delivered via sandwich. Specifically, an Instagram photo of a crusty loaf slathered in pumpkin and piled with prosciutto. “Living in Italy...

Slogging my way through “Cuphead” made me feel old. This self-consciously retro game called to mind how much time has elapsed since the mystified...

Halfway up the 3,300-foot climb through the muggy forest on the north side of Hope Pass, I was panting, sweat-soaked and pining for a...

The Steven Spielberg portrayed in Susan Lacy’s satisfyingly comprehensive 2 1/2-hour HBO documentary “Spielberg” is a wide-open book. It’s all so clearly been about...

Like every collection here, Thom Browne’s spring 2018 womenswear had been conceived and produced months ago. But his presentation still felt necessary right now....

What’s a good Catholic boy doing making a movie about the spiritual journey of a 90-year-old atheist? That how actor-turned-director John Carroll Lynch - a...