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Alexandra Dean's new documentary, Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story, shines a light on a side of actor Lamarr that many didn't get to see: a genius inventor who never got the recognition she deserved.
Pop star Ed Sheeran discusses fame, money and songwriting. Author David Laderman gives us a gateway into the world of road movies. Raina Douris and Odario Williams react to today's Grammy nominations.
Pop artist Ed Sheeran opens up about fame, songwriting and balancing pop bangers with deeper, personal songs.
Pop culture contributor Anne T. Donahue discusses the upcoming 20th anniversary of Titanic, why Rihanna's Fenty Beauty line is worth the praise and why she doesn't love the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.
David Laderman, author of Driving Visions: Explore the Road Movie, gives us a gateway into the world of the road movie genre.
q contributors Raina Douris and Odario Williams react to this year's Grammy Award nominations.
Poet Rupi Kaur explains the pressures of following up a successful debut book. Beatles expert Scott Freiman breaks down The Beatles' 'I Am the Walrus' on the 50th anniversary of Magical Mystery Tour. Author R.L. Stine on his love of writing teen horror.
Canadian poet Rupi Kaur opens up about her quick rise to fame, the critical and commercial success of her debut book and her follow-up to that, The Sun and Her Flowers.
q contributors Amanda Joy and John Semley take a look at Netflix's latest Western TV series, Godless, as well as Rashida Jones' departure from Toy Story 4.
The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour came out 50 years ago today. Beatles expert Scott Freiman breaks down one of the album's breakout songs, 'I Am the Walrus.'
Author R.L. Stine reflects on his decades-long career of writing teen horror books such as Goosebumps and Fear Street.
Author Andy Weir explains why he approaches his science fiction with real science and hard facts. Author Noah Isenberg gives us an oral history of Casablanca. Ruth B. discusses her rise to fame and her debut album.
Author Andy Weir, best known for his book The Martian, is back with Artemis, where he imagines what life would be like on the moon.
q This's Raina Douris and Odario Williams review new music from Björk and Noel Gallagher.
Noah Isenberg, author of We'll Always Have Casablanca: The Life, Legend and Afterlife of Hollywood's Most Beloved Movie, gives us an oral history of the film to mark its 75th anniversary.
uth B became famous for sharing her music in small snippets on social media and her album Safe Haven intends to show us she's here to stay.
Barenaked Ladies reflect on their 25-year career and discuss their new album. Director Jordan Canning talks about her new film, Suck It Up. Musician Thomas Mapfumo shares a message with his Zimbabwe fans. Michael Yuhgalanaas on his art form, Haida Manga.
Canadian band Barenaked Ladies look back at their 25-year career and discuss their newest album, Fake Nudes.
Director Jordan Canning talks about Suck It Up, a new film that tackles the ways we grieve over a lost one, and how that can go hand-in-hand with laughter.
Musician Thomas Mapfumo has been exiled from his home of Zimbabwe since 2004, but today, he wants to share an important message with his fans there.