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How Ron Howard's 'Rebuilding Paradise' reimagines releasing a movie during a pandemic

This image released by National Geographic shows filmmaker Ron Howard, left, with Steve

The movie is playing in about 70 domestic markets through a hybrid approach, which includes virtual cinemas, a dozen carefully selected traditional indoor theaters, or "hard tops," and a drive-in theater.

Sophie Rundle explores her path to 'The Nest'

Martin Compston (left) and Sophie Rundle play a married couple eager to become parents in the thriller “The Nest,” streaming on Acorn TV. (Graeme Hunter Pictures)

British actress Sophie Rundle was clumsy and shy as a kid. She says she didn't shine at anything until she stumbled on a drama class. "I remember I was 11 and I'd just joined a big school, and there was a drama club and a play, 'Alice in Wonderland.' And I just got the bug," she...

Review: 'Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind,' a heartfelt ode to a Canadian icon

Gordon Lightfoot in the documentary “Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind.” (Geoff George/Greenwich Entertainment/TNS)

Written and directed by Martha Kehoe and Joan Tosoni, the film is smartly structured around notable songs in the Gordon Lightfoot catalog.

Tipping Point: Our picks and pans

Book tip Outside the Gates of Eden Lewis Shiner For whatever reason, a great rock novel seems like a sure-thing idea, and yet it's a rarely realized concept. That Lewis Shiner has written THREE of them is almost unfair. First was "Glimpses," then "Say Goodbye" and,...

Review: Beyoncé’s ‘Black Is King’ is supreme Black art

This image released by Disney Plus shows Beyoncé in a scene from her visual album

Beyoncé returns with another visual effort highlighting Black art and music with “Black Is King."





Going with the flow on the Pawcatuck River, Part III

While I lugged my kayak on a narrow path along the Pawcatuck River the other morning to join the other paddlers who, like me, had decided to detour around a tumultuous stretch of whitewater, I was mystified to see Rick Sanford dragging his boat back...

Women running in the streets

Surprisingly — at least from this vantage point 100 years later — some of the 19th Amendment’s staunchest opponents were women.