The social media comedian has gone farther than he'd imagined as kid. But now, he says he wants more than your TikTok and Instagram attention.
Episode 5 of HBO's 'Game of Thrones' spin off gets its ducks — and its geese — in a row. A royal celebration goes off with a great big bloody hitch.
In a new documentary, four refugees from Zimbabwe compete in an international wine tasting competition. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with sommelier Tinashe Nyamudoka about "Blind Ambition."
Producers of fantasy shows should use diversity to deepen storylines.
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe talks with South African actress Thuso Mbedu about her role in "The Woman King," a new movie about woman warriors in 19th century West Africa.
The Be Bold initiative will be based in New York City. The goal is to teach children ages 8-10 about the basics of ballet and offer other tutoring.
With Disney's live-action version of The Little Mermaid, a new generation of fans will have a new princess under the sea, played by African American actor Halle Bailey.
NPR's Michel Martin speak with the filmmaker on his latest documentary, The U.S. and the Holocaust, which has its premiere on Sunday.
The annual Museum Day has arrived. Visitors can get free admission to one of the hundreds of participating institutions in the U.S. All it takes is an email address and the desire to have some fun.
Mo Amer is one of the most beloved comedians in the country, so much so that Netflix just put out his critically adored sitcom Mo. We invite him on to play "Les is Mo," 3 questions about famous Leses.