Part ghost story, part mystery, “The Thirty Names of Night” is also an exposé on systemic racism and an honest account of the LGBTQ and refugee experience.

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There are a number of clever puzzles in “The Pathless” but you might find little reward in solving them if you are not invested in the game’s world or its characters.

  • Christopher Byrd
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Songwriting secrets from English musician Elvis Costello

National arts reporter Geoff Edgers interviewed English singer-songwriter Elvis Costello on Instagram Live on Nov. 6.

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From the wires

Pope book backs George Floyd protests, blasts virus skeptic

Pope Francis is supporting demands for racial justice in the wake of the U.S. police killing of George Floyd and is blasting COVID-19 skeptics and the media that spread their conspiracies

In ‘Sound of Metal,’ a groundbreaking portrait of deafness

For his debut feature, “Sound of Metal” filmmaker Darius Marder wanted to create a sound experience that audiences had never heard before

In Italy, theater reopens in town devastated by COVID

In a signal of rebirth, the Donizetti theater in the northern Italian city of Bergamo, devastated by the coronavirus pandemic, reopened this weekend after three years of renovations

Some museums and cultural attractions have remained open with precautions in place.

"Saved by the Bell’s" newest class holds its own against the original in Peacock’s reboot.

At the 2020 American Music Awards, the Weeknd made headlines with his costume, Taylor Swift won artist of the year, and BTS closed the show on a note of hope.

Reggaeton, a massively popular genre rooted in Black music, is reckoning with its own racial disparities.

Monday, Nov. 23, 2020 | “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” on the CW.

He starred in 14 feature films by Ray, one of India’s most acclaimed directors, including “The World of Apu,” “Charulata” and “Days and Nights in the Forest.”

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Too long to be a movie and too short to be a series, “Black Narcissus” is set in a spooky convent in the Himalayas.

“I always had a bit of anger, mostly sarcastic, but anger would kind of come to play at times,” the comedian says.

From a classic to the unconventional, the Post’s Mary Beth Albright and Daniela Galarza explore what Thanksgiving movies to watch in 2020.

Saturday, Nov. 21, and Sunday, Nov. 22 | The American Music Awards air Sunday on ABC.

A writer of extraordinary range and productivity, she was also one of the world’s first well-known transgender public figures. Her book “Conundrum” was an international best seller.

Theater of War’s project for front-line medical workers provides a poignant place to gather.

A new compliation is the latest reminder of the political, syrupy and quick-burning breed of pop took that over London in the ’80s.

  • Mina Tavakoli
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Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, Trevor Noah and more joked about Rudolph W. Giuliani's Nov. 19 news conference.

Anthony M. Amore’s book follows the early life of IRA sympathizer Bridget Rose Dugdale.

  • Katharine Weber
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"Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity" is more than a hack and slash romp set within the varied fantasy lands that comprise the Legend of Zelda universe.

  • Harold Goldberg
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Alice George’s biography portrays the astronaut as an imperfect but inspirational figure.

  • Francis French
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