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Rolling Stone Movie ReviewsSep 18, 2020
‘The Nest' Review: Screams From a Marriage
An American family moves to 1980s London and experience domestic anarchy in the U.K. in 'Marcy Martha May Marlene' writer-director Sean Durkin's blistering domestic nightmare

‘The Devil All the Time' | Anatomy of a Scene (New York Times Movies)

Billboard Music NewsSep 18, 2020
First Country: New Music From Keith Urban, Luke Combs, Bon Jovi & Jennifer Nettles and More
Keith Urban, Luke Combs and more release new music today

First Stream Latin: New Music From Gente de Zona, Mon Laferte, Luis Fonsi & More (Billboard Music News)
From Justin Bieber & Chance the Rapper to Sam Smith & More: What's Your Favorite New Music Release? Vote! (Billboard Music News)

Yahoo! BooksSep 18, 2020
Many Young Americans Don't Know Key Facts About the Holocaust. Now Is the Time to Fix the Way We Teach This History in the U.S.
Decades have been spent teaching about the Holocaust—but have Americans been learning?

NYTimes ArtsSep 18, 2020
Winston Groom, Author of ‘Forrest Gump,' Dies at 77
He wrote the 1986 novel that inspired the Oscar-winning film starring Tom Hanks. Another book was a finalist for a Pulitzer.

Forrest Gump author Winston Groom dies aged 77 (BBC Entertainment & Arts)

VultureSep 18, 2020
Hollywood Pays Tribute to the Late, Great Ruth Bader Ginsburg
The Supreme Court justice passed away Friday following a battle with cancer.

An Ode to Kate McKinnon's Ruth Bader Ginsburg Impression on SNL (Vulture)
'I Dissent': Six books to read right now about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (USA Today: Books)

NYTimes ArtsSep 18, 2020
‘Rifkin's Festival' Review: Woody Allen Travels to Movie Memory Lane
The filmmaker seems to acknowledge the world has changed in this light tale of a director (Wallace Shawn) at a European film festival.

Billboard Music NewsSep 18, 2020
Apple Music Enlists Lil Baby, Nas & More for Racial Justice Concert & Discussion ‘Rap Life Live'
Tonight (Sept. 18), Apple Music global head of hip-hop and R&B Ebro Darden, along with Apple Music 1 hosts Nadesk and LowKey, will host Rap Life Live, an event designed to "extend the discussion around the many important issues impacting the Black community."

Watch Baby Yoda vibe to the Schitt's Creek and Curb themes in this Emmys music medley (AV Club Films)

New York Times MoviesSep 18, 2020
How Tom Holland Seeks Revenge in ‘The Devil All the Time'
The director Antonio Campos narrates a look at his period drama featuring Holland and Robert Pattinson.

Yahoo! TVSep 18, 2020
The future of award shows: How the coronavirus will have long-term effects on Emmys, Oscars, Grammys and other ceremonies
With the virtual Emmys upon us, Yahoo Entertainment talked to several industry professionals and awards experts to gauge what the Oscars, Grammys and Golden Globes could look like in 2021 and beyond.

Yahoo! ArtsSep 18, 2020
Pakistan outcry over police victim-blaming of gang-raped mother
A police chief's comments spark an unprecedented backlash after a woman was raped in front of her children.

Billboard Music NewsSep 18, 2020
Lin-Manuel Miranda, Billy Porter & More Appear in Powerful PSA That Will Air During The Emmys: Watch
Viewers of ABC's telecast of the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night (Sept. 20) will see a powerful PSA that challenges the TV industry to do more to bring about diverse, inclusive representation.

What Will Win and What Should Win at the 2020 Emmys (Vulture)

Yahoo! BooksSep 18, 2020
Donald Trump's supervillain ABC town hall made Joe Biden appear almost superhuman
Trump can't afford to talk about the country's biggest problems because he is primarily responsible for them.

‘I can't do it any more, I can't watch me': Trump says he is bored of seeing himself (Yahoo! Books)

NYTimes ArtsSep 18, 2020
National Book Awards Names 2020 Nominees
Fiction contenders include Brit Bennett, the author of "The Vanishing Half"; Randall Kenan, a beloved writer who died in August; and Douglas Stuart, a debut novelist who is also a Booker Prize finalist.

NYTimes ArtsSep 18, 2020
New York Film Festival Gives New Life to 'The Spook Who Sat by the Door'
"The Spook Who Sat by the Door," a 1973 parable about institutional racism, was pulled from theaters after only a few weeks. The New York Film Festival is giving new life to the cult film.

USA Today: BooksSep 18, 2020
Fall reading guide: 20 new books from Mariah Carey, Jonathan Lethem, Megan Rapinoe, more
Mariah Carey and Megan Rapinoe tell all in new memoirs, Don DeLillo and Bryan Washington release new fiction, and more fall books to look forward to.        

20 new books to read this fall, from Mariah Carey, Jonathan Lethem, Megan Rapinoe, more (USA Today: Books)

Yahoo! ArtsSep 18, 2020
Some Northern California forests will open, but in SoCal they're still closed
Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks remain shut this weekend.

VultureSep 18, 2020
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dead at 87
Following a battle with metastatic pancreatic cancer.

Billboard Music NewsSep 18, 2020
Mariah Carey, Katy Perry & More Mourn Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Thank Her for a ‘Lifetime of Service'
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday (Sept. 18) at her home in Washington, of complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer. She was 87.

Yahoo! ArtsSep 18, 2020
As Trump courts Black voters, critics see a 'depression strategy'
While the president's team touts its efforts to court a community that Republicans have long ignored, critics describe them as part of a cynical "depression strategy" designed to minimize Black American turnout.

Yahoo! ArtsSep 18, 2020
Sources: Russian aggression against U.S. intelligence satellites sparks congressional briefing
Over recent days, officials from the U.S. Space Force and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence briefed congressional committees on an "uptick" in Russian military activity in space targeting U.S. defense and intelligence satellites.

Yahoo! ArtsSep 18, 2020
This Florida prison is now partners with ICE in enforcing immigration crackdown
A select group of correctional officers at a Northwest Florida prison is set to take part in a federal immigration program that will allow officers to interrogate any detainee who they believe is in the country illegally and process them for potential immigration violations.

Time EntertainmentSep 18, 2020
Everything You Need to Know About Nurse Ratched Before Watching the New Netflix Show
The iconic villain from 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' gets a new origin story starring Sarah Paulson

Yahoo! ArtsSep 18, 2020
Inside the Hell of Israel's Second Lockdown
Israelis just want to fly away.The atmosphere was so grim as the nation entered a coronavirus lockdown on the eve of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, that there appeared to be no escape.One meme making the rounds showed desperate hands reaching out of the sea towards a far-off airplane flying high in a deep blue sky, accompanied only by the traditional greeting of "Shana Tova," a good year.The greeting felt hollow as Israel entered into the year 5781 as the first country on earth to impose a second national lockdown.Alone in small home-bound pods, unable to gather or to pray in synagogues, and confused by the governments constantly evolving, often contradictory guidelines, Israelis feel alienated, angry and appalled.‘The Second Wave' of COVID Hits Israel Like a TsunamiThey did not feel this way in early March, when Israel went into its first lockdown. The nation, which began to closing its borders in late January, appeared to have the health crisis under firm control. The quarantined Passover and Easter season was greeted with hardiness and even some good humor.In late May, after the third inconclusive Israeli election in under a year, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu established an uncomfortable team-of-rivals coalition keeping him in power for a further 18 months, which he called a "corona emergency coalition."His government's handling of COVID-19 resulted in only 250 deaths and was so admired that even countries with no diplomatic ties to Israel tried to emulate its success.Three months later, tiny Israel—with a population of 9.2 million

AV Club FilmsSep 18, 2020
Ratched's Sarah Paulson and Judy Davis on bologna and backstory
In Ryan Murphy's new Netflix series, Sarah Paulson plays Nurse Mildred Ratched, a dour figure audiences first met via Ken Kesey's novel One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest. In that book and the subsequent film adaptation, Ratched was older and more vindictive, but also a bit one note. Audiences didn't get to know where…


Sarah Paulson Is Ratched on Netflix, Streaming September 18 (Playbill News)

Yahoo! ArtsSep 18, 2020
Israel returns to virus lockdown as cases mount
Israel went back into a full lockdown on Friday to try to contain a coronavirus outbreak that has steadily worsened for months as its government has been plagued by indecision and infighting. The three-week lockdown, which began in the early afternoon, will require the closure of many businesses and set strict limits on movement and public gatherings. In an address late Thursday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that even stricter measures may be needed to prevent hospitals from being overwhelmed.

AV Club FilmsSep 18, 2020
Notorious RBG: Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg through her biggest pop culture moments
Supreme Court justices are rightfully well-known figures in the United States, but it's arguable that none have ever permeated American pop culture as much as Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on Friday of complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer at the age of 87.


The It List: Kim Cattrall returns to TV in 'Filthy Rich,' Carrie Underwood drops first Christmas album, Harry and Meghan appear on 'Time 100' and the best in pop culture the week of Sept. 21, 2020 (Yahoo! TV)

NYTimes ArtsSep 18, 2020
Stephen F. Cohen, Influential Historian of Russia, Dies at 81
He chronicled Stalin's tyrannies and the collapse of the Soviet Union, and he was an enthusiastic admirer of Mikhail Gorbachev.

Billboard Music NewsSep 18, 2020
YOASOBI Logs Fifth Week at No. 1 on Japan Hot 100 After Leading Streaming & Video for 15 Weeks
YOASOBI's "Yoru ni kakeru" returns to No. 1 for the fifth time on the Billboard Japan Hot 100, dated Sept. 7 to 13.

Gladys Knight & Patti LaBelle Earn Best Career Streaming Weeks After Verzuz Battle (Billboard Music News)

Yahoo! TVSep 18, 2020
‘The View' descends into chaos after GOP candidate Kim Klacik brings up Joy Behar's 'African woman' Halloween costume
Joy Behar said of the photo, "the Black community had my back."

Yahoo! ArtsSep 18, 2020
Former zookeeper stole two penguins during night-time break in, court hears
A former zookeeper stole two penguins during a night-time raid in order to sell them, a court heard. Bradley Tomes, 25, purloined a total of £25,000 worth of rare birds from the South Lakes Safari in Cumbria, where he used to work. South Cumbria Magistrates court heard that Tomes had cut a hole in the perimeter fence of an aviary where he used to work to steal 12 spoonbill birds in July 2018, before abducting the penguins and three macaws 3 months later. But he was rumbled after he sold the two tiny Humboldt penguins, named Pablo and Penny, on Facebook to animal rescuer Reece Oliver, who became suspicious. Entertainment NewsSep 18, 2020
The Best Movies We Watched at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival

This year's Toronto International Film Festival was really one for the history books. With all of the films being available to watch virtually, this was the first time we've ever covered a film festival from our living room couch. But just because it was a virtual festival doesn't at all mean it wasn't valuable and, ultimately, memorable. Here's a little bit more on just how memorable the virtual 2020 TIFF was. Even though the festival was a virtual one this...

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Yahoo! BooksSep 18, 2020
Firefighter killed after battling California wildfire sparked at gender reveal event
A firefighter died Thursday battling a wildfire near Yucaipa that was sparked by a device used to reveal a baby's gender.

Playbill NewsSep 18, 2020
WATCH: Andrea Martin, Harvey Fierstein, John Cariani, More From the 2004 Revival of Fiddler on the Roof Reunite for Special 'Sabbath Prayer'
The cast virtually reunited for a performance marking the beginning of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year.

Yahoo! ArtsSep 18, 2020
Michigan residents urged to stay indoors as scientists race to deal with threat of rare mosquito-borne disease
‘This is an ongoing threat to the health and safety of Michiganders,' says Department of Health and Human Services chief medical executive Dr Joneigh Khaldun

Yahoo! BooksSep 18, 2020
Almost 4 in 10 Americans believe a foreign government has interfered in 2020 election, survey says
Among the Americans who believe that foreign government has already interfered in the November election, 76% said it is somewhat or very likely to alter the election's outcome.

VultureSep 18, 2020
Oh No, Van Morrison Is Releasing Anti-COVID Protest Songs
Northern Ireland's health minister has called his music "dangerous."

Yahoo! BooksSep 18, 2020
Seattle mayor and police chief told to remedy ‘unacceptable' arrest of Independent journalist
Seattle councillor says the arrest of Andrew Buncombe violated the US constitution and Seattle Municipal Code

Yahoo! ArtsSep 18, 2020
The US says it will ban TikTok and WeChat app downloads starting Sunday
Sources said the ban could be rescinded by Sunday if TikTok manages to get the greenlight on its deal with Oracle before then.

Yahoo! ArtsSep 18, 2020
Firefighter dies battling wildfire sparked by gender reveal
President Trump said CDC Director Robert Redfield "made a mistake" about when a COVID-19 vaccine would be ready.

Yahoo! TVSep 18, 2020
Colbert slams Trump over ‘unspeakably monstrous' claims that 'blue states' are to blame for high coronavirus numbers
Stephen Colbert slammed President Trump's recent assertion that ‘blue states' are to blame for the high death toll that the U.S. has experienced from COVID-19.

AV Club FilmsSep 17, 2020
Widows director Steve McQueen kicks off the New York Film Festival with dance and romance
Every film festival has an identity, even if that identity is "We don't have an identity!" The New York Film Festival, which runs for about three weeks every autumn—usually from late September to early October—prides itself on being curatorial. Though its lineup usually boasts a couple of exclusive, high-profile…


NYTimes ArtsSep 17, 2020
‘The Nest' Review: New Home, Old Wounds
In Sean Durkin's film, a move to Britain widens a family's rifts.

Yahoo! ArtsSep 17, 2020
Biden says he would work with police chiefs, community leaders to hold officers more accountable
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said during Thursday night's CNN Presidential Town Hall in Scranton that if elected president, he will ensure that police reforms will be made by putting together a coalition of police chiefs, officers, unions, and civil rights and community leaders.They will "sit at a table and agree on the fundamental things that have to be done, including much more rigorous background checks [for those] that apply for and become officers," Biden said. He called the "vast majority" of police officers "decent, honorable people," adding that "one of the things I've found is, the only people who don't like bad cops more than we don't like them are police officers. And so what we have to do is we have to have a much more transparent means by which we provide for accountability within police departments."Moderator Anderson Cooper asked Biden about one of author Bob Woodward's recent interviews with President Trump, during which Woodward asked Trump if he benefited from white privilege. "No, I don't feel that way at all," Trump responded. Biden said he feels the opposite way, and did benefit "just because I don't have to go through what my Black brothers and sisters have had to go through."Biden pivoted and began talking about classism, and how "growing up here in Scranton, we're used to guys who look down their nose at us. We are used to people looking at us and thinking more suckers, look at us and think that we're not equivale

BBC Entertainment & ArtsSep 17, 2020
Van Morrison to release lockdown protest songs
The musician attacks the government and "scientists making up crooked facts" in his latest music.

Playbill NewsSep 16, 2020
Broadway Checklist: How Many of These Shows at the Gershwin Theatre Have You Seen?
Look back at the 10 most recent productions to play over 100 performances at the venue.

Yahoo! TVSep 14, 2020
The It List: Netflix doc tells the story of youngest person ever to be cryonically frozen, 'Jeopardy!' and 'Wheel of Fortune' return with major changes, Janelle Monáe's time-twisting horror film 'Antebellum' heads to VOD and the best in pop culture the week of Sept. 14, 2020
During the coronavirus pandemic, when most of us are staying at home, we're going to spotlight products that you can enjoy from your couch, whether solo or in small groups, and leave out the rest. With that in mind, here are our picks for Sept. 14-20, including the best deals we could find for each. Entertainment NewsSep 10, 2020
2020 Toronto International Film Festival Preview

It is one of the fall season's most exciting events in the world of film, but this year the Toronto International Film Festival will look a little different. With a mix of virtual and in-person screenings and conversations, the festival - historically known to be a major precursor for awards season - is presenting a scaled-down slate of films while adapting to an ever-evolving pandemic landscape. But that doesn't mean the films aren't any less significant. Quite...

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