Billie Eilish, the ultramodern pop star who’s each colorfully gothic and establishment-friendly, is an interesting subject: vividly creative, offhandedly susceptible, barely visibly self-conscious. And likewise, an adolescent. “Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry,” the new documentary about her rise, finds her shaping global aesthetics whereas cocooned in a close-knit […]

AT&T is spinning off its troubled DirecTV service right into a new company with TPG Capital. The Dallas communications large and TPG Capital introduced Thursday that they deliberate to determine a new company, which shall be known as DirecTV and contain all of AT&T’s U.S.-based pay-TV subscription businesses: DirecTV, AT&T […]

Each Monday and Friday, Margaret gives hyper-specific viewing suggestions in our Watching e-newsletter. Learn her latest picks below, and join the Watching e-newsletter right here. This weekend I’ve … a half-hour, and I like late-night exhibits ‘The Amber Ruffin Show’When to look at: Now, on Peacock, and Saturday at 1:30 […]

‘The Prison Healer,’ by Lynette Noni (HMH Books for Younger Readers, April 13) The primary book in a deliberate fantasy trilogy, “The Prison Healer” follows Kiva Meridan, a 17-year-old healer within the death-row jail where she is incarcerated. When the Insurgent Queen is captured and dropped at the jail, Kiva […]

Arts advocates and elected officers in California known as on Thursday for added government spending to avert what one organization leader known as a “pending cultural depression” introduced on by the pandemic. “There is no economic recovery in our area unless a working creative engine is driving it,” Karen Bass, […]