In case the Comedy Central version doesn’t have the boys’ trademark riffs, here’s some of our favorites.
Critics of today’s America Firsters claim they’re being a lot less subtle than their 1940s counterparts.
An interview with Lin-Manuel Miranda’s high school history teacher, “Hamilton” Hanukkah songs and more to read before watching the musical on Disney+.
Making Hoffman, a white man, the play’s central figure, fails the moment. Casting him in spite of assault allegations fails an earlier #MeToo moment.
“Carl was his only means of escape,” Max Brooks said. “The two of them would watch Rachel Maddow and yell at each other over the remote.”
Carl Reiner had more range (both dramatic and operatic) than you might expect.
Carl Reiner, the Mark Twain Prize-winning writer, actor and director whose sharp and open-hearted voice shaped over 50 years of comedy, has died.
Dylan’s album “Rough and Rowdy Ways,” is his ninth record to reach the number one spot on the UK charts.
For Baron Cohen, free speech is his most sacred cudgel and the defense that keeps many lawsuits at bay; for Zuckerberg it’s largely an excuse.
Anti-racism isn’t just a young person’s game.