Jan Morris, the writer and transgender pioneer who died Friday, should also be remembered for her perceptive 1976 essay "Los Angeles: The Know-How City."
What's on TV Saturday, Nov. 21, plus Sunday Talk shows: "Between the World and Me" on HBO; "Meet the Press" on NBC; "Face the Nation" on CBS; "This Week" on ABC; "Fox News Sunday"
Sophia Loren delivers a finely etched performance in son Edoardo Ponti's adapted tale of a woman and the young street thief she takes in.
In his decades on "Jeopardy!" Alex Trebek, who died Sunday from pancreatic cancer, became more than a TV host: He was, in his way, a leader.
The Major League Baseball season was shortened to 60 games because of the coronavirus pandemic and delivered strong ratings when play began in late July.
What's on TV Friday, Oct. 23: "American Masters: Michael Tilson Thomas" on PBS; World Series game 3: The Tampa Bay Rays versus the Dodgers on Fox
What's on TV Wednesday, Oct. 21: The season premiere of "The Conners" on ABC; World Series Game 2: The Tampa Bay Rays versus the Dodgers, on Fox
At 80, tenor great Pharoah Sanders isn't much for birthday celebrations or small talk, preferring to let his still-otherwordly saxophone playing speak for him.
Fact-based espionage drama "A Call to Spy" is from the female point of view — in several ways.
Music writer Alex Ross' weighty new history, "Wagnerism," traces the composer's deep and broad influence on art and politics left, right and center.