High in the thin air of the Mount Everest Base Camp in Nepal, Sherpas and climbers used to walk freely from one group of tents to another, holding gatherings, singing and dancing. Now the Sherpas who escort climbers to the summit have a new job: enforcing unofficial social-distancing rules. “Climbing Everest is always a matter
The Plot, Who Is Maud Dixon? and The Other Black Girl mine questions of authorship and inclusion in the book world
The coming months will be an opportunity to step back into the darkness into a different kind of light: movie theaters
"They have breathed life into our fight, and given power and inspiration to all of us.”
The core of the show is Smart’s performance, which brings the perfect balance of steeliness and vulnerability
The supreme thrill of sharing space with others has never been so keenly felt—or missed—as in the past year. In a time marked by immeasurable loss, fear and upheaval, pods and social distancing entered the common lexicon, their frequent use serving as constant reminders of both our hunger for connection and its current limitations. So
The video of Derek Chauvin’s kneeling on George Floyd’s neck traveled from a Minneapolis street to every corner of the world. Black activists in the U.K. spoke of their visceral reactions to the footage, while Floyd’s dying words, “I can’t breathe,” brought back painful memories in France and Australia of Black and Aboriginal people killed
The Israeli military said 15 of the dead were militants. Gaza militants fired more than 250 rockets toward Israel, injuring six Israeli civilians.
The number of working-age people in China fell over the past decade as its aging population barely grew, a census showed.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association came under fire earlier this year for its lack of diversity, including having no Black members