"I'm the only cast member who had their own unique experience of that franchise based on their race," John Boyega told British GQ of his "Star Wars" role.
USA Today's Susan Page, C-SPAN's Steve Scully and NBC's Kristen Welker have also been tapped by the Commission for Presidential Debates.
In travel writer Richard Grant's "The Deepest South of All," Natchez, Miss., is full of characters, stubborn racist traditions and lots of contradictions.
"Payback," about a reality star and the teacher who failed her, is the acclaimed writer Mary Gordon's most topical propulsive novel, to date.
With cringe-worthy stereotypes and the trivialized aria "Nessun Dorma," invoked recently by the White House, Puccini's "Turandot" requires open ears.
Dance studios including Edge Performing Arts Center and Ryan Heffington's Sweat Spot have closed or gone virtual. Goodbye for now or goodbye forever?
What's on TV Wednesday, Sept. 2: The premiere of "Assisted Living" on BET; Dodgers and Angels baseball; Galaxy soccer; US Open Tennis
Old-school baseball bard Vin Scully, 92, is hoping to reconnect with L.A. fans, this time in the most modern of ways: Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
Music clubs face extinction because of COVID-19. Passage of a bipartisan congressional bill called "Save Our Stages" may be their only hope.
Trailblazing Black female cartoonist Jackie Ormes is honored by New Yorker magazine cartoonist Liz Montague on Google's landing page today.