The Potent Comedy of ‘Reservation Dogs’ and ‘Derry Girls’
Only a few shows can highlight the mix of agony and ecstasy that can define growing up in hard times
What Lies Beneath Ted Lasso’s Unceasing Optimism
Optimism defines TV’s favorite football coach, but so do mood swings, manic reveries, and a deep hunger to win
Seven Questions Ahead of the 2021 Open Championship
After a year away, golf’s oldest major returns and promises an exciting weekend of feuds, stingers, and mayhem. Can Rory McIlroy get back to his winning ways? Will Bryson DeChambeau find his form? And who will win? That and more in our Open Championship preview.
The Biggest Story Lines to Watch at the 2021 PGA Championship
The PGA heads to Kiawah Island in South Carolina this week, which means plenty of Dustin Johnson facts, Rory McIlroy flashbacks, and other contenders looking to take home their first Wanamaker Trophy
The Case Against the Eagles
Fifty years after the Eagles formed in Los Angeles, a panel of experts goes over the complicated legacy of one of America’s biggest bands ever
Revisiting Jack Nicklaus’s 1986 Masters Win, Through the Eyes of Those He Beat
Thirty-five years ago, the Golden Bear won his 18th and final major championship in iconic fashion. But while his come-from-behind victory was a thrill for fans, it was slightly less fun for Nick Price, Sandy Lyle, Greg Norman, and Tom Watson.
Carole’s King’s Tapestry: A 50-Year-Old, Timeless Masterpiece
How one of the great songwriters of the 1960s became one of the biggest stars of the 1970s
What Is the Role of Box Sets in a Streaming World?
If everything is a playlist, do we really need doorstop collections of an artist’s music?
Eight Burning Questions Ahead of the 2020 Masters
Will Bryson DeChambeau actually break Augusta National? What are Tiger Woods’s chances of defending his title? And who will end up with the green jacket? That and more ahead of a November Masters.
Songs of Love and Hate: “Layla” and Martin Scorsese’s ‘Goodfellas’
Thirty years later, the coda to the Derek and the Dominos classic haunts Scorsese’s crime epic