The Washington Post : arts and entertainment
The Death of Jesus completes J.M. Coetzee s nativity-inspired trilogy. But what does it all mean?  13h00 30 mai
Jon Michaud
The Nobel laureate s novels sit uncooperatively in a zone between allegory and parable, refuting interpretation.
What to watch this weekend: Celebrity Family Feud on ABC  05h00 30 mai
Nina Zafar
Saturday May 30 and Sunday May 31, 2020 Quiz premieres on AMC.
Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows  00h29 30 mai
Associated Press
Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows
Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows  22h54 29 mai
Associated Press
Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows
Ricky Martin makes Pausa to channel newly found anxiety  20h14 29 mai
Sigal Ratner-Arias | AP
Ricky Martin channels his pandemic-related anxiety through Pausa, an EP released on Thursday that evokes a romantic atmosphere
From cult to Stanford to stardom: Hollywood Park traces an indie rocker s tumultuous path  18h00 29 mai
Mark Athitakis
Mikel Jollett of Airborne Toxic Event shows how he turned his difficult childhood into art.
Lincoln Center artistic director leaving during shutdown  17h31 29 mai
Associated Press
Lincoln Center artistic director Jane Moss is departing on Aug. 1 after 28 years, leaving the performing arts center without a key leader while it remains shut due to the coronavirus pandemic
Taylor Swift to President Trump: We will vote you out in November   17h24 29 mai
Emily Yahr
Taylor Swift, who until recently was famously apolitical, slammed Trump in a tweet to her 86 million followers.
Q&A with David Byrne: How the musician is passing the time during the pandemic  16h00 29 mai
Geoff Edgers
The Post s national arts reporter is hosting Stuck With Geoff, with whoever will take his calls.
Pixel Ripped 1995 : A light and clever retro game  15h12 29 mai
Christopher Byrd
If a part of you can appreciate the hallmarks of gaming s immature past with its cheesy villains and stiff-limbed avatars Pixel Ripped 1995 is for you.
What you need to know about outdoor drinking and dining as D.C. and Virginia reopen bars and restaurants  15h00 29 mai
Fritz Hahn
Some spots require reservations, some are putting tables in parking lots, and others will have customers place orders on smartphones.
Reading Lorrie Moore again or anew you ll feel like she really knows you  14h00 29 mai
Marion Winik
The new Everyman s Library collection highlights Moore s gift for language, humor and understanding us.
Don t let Justice League fool you Henry Cavill is still the best Superman option out there  13h47 29 mai
David Betancourt
Cavill is reportedly in talks to return as Superman.
Movies have become their own form of justice, even when they don t make it to the screen  12h00 29 mai
Ann Hornaday
Most Americans won t be seeing new movies by Woody Allen and Roman Polanski anytime soon.
Contemplating gods and hunters, guilt and theater  12h00 29 mai
Randy Rosenthal
Roberto Calasso posits that ancient hunting myths help illuminate the modern mind.