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  1. Shows to Inspire the Creative and Entrepreneurial BrainMailchimp just rolled out a bunch of new shows with entrepreneurs in mind.
  2. The Best Podcasts on Luminary (So Far)The must-listens from the new premium podcast platform include shows from Trevor Noah, Roxane Gay, and more.
  3. recommended by experts
    The Best Flutes for Beginners, According to ExpertsWe talked to “The Queen of the Flute.”
  4. Exactly What Makes Food TV Good TVVulture and Grub Street editors break it down at Tribeca Film Festival.
  5. Tribeca Film Festival Season Has Officially StartedNespresso hosted a cinematic celebration.
  6. The Good Fight Is the Ultimate Work Outfit InspirationHow to get the look, according to the show’s stylist.
  7. academy awards 2019
    Just Skip the Oscars This YearEven the people planning the awards show seem over it.
  8. ‘Documentary Now!’ Is Back and Covering Every Documentary You’ve Ever LovedPremiering February 20 on IFC
  9. Win a Trip to the L.A. Premiere of What Men WantIt will take less than a minute, we promise.
  10. A Young Star Takes Over the Metropolitan OperaAcclaimed conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin is expected to make waves as the new music director.
  11. the hard to shop fors
    10 Gamers on the Gifts They Want for the HolidaysIt’s all about Pikachu (and Eevee) this holiday season.
  12. people's choice
    The Best Projector Screens on Amazon, According to Hyperenthusiastic Reviewers“This is the best purchase I have ever made.”
  13. What to Know Before You Watch Netflix’s Patriot ActOur guide to the impossibly delightful Hasan Minhaj.
  14. trust me i should know
    Everything You Need to Start Playing Bridge (Minus Friends)All you need is a square table, some cards, and some cheap accessories.
  15. people's choice
    The Best Gaming Chairs on Amazon, According to Hyperenthusiastic ReviewersGame over for back (and butt!) pain
  16. Every Question We Have Going into the Yellowstone Premiere Answered
  17. pore it out
    Riverdale Star Shares Her Struggle With Cystic AcneAnd she encouraged her followers to do the same.
  18. made in korea
    LG Makes the Hands-Down Best TVs Money Can BuyThe South Korean brand has come to dominate the market for OLED screens.
  19. gifts they might actually want
    15 Gifts for (Extreme) Rock-Music NerdsIncluding this year’s dip into the Dylan archives and some “vintage” Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
  20. expert-approved gifts
    The Best VR Headsets to Buy for Your Kid If You Don’t Want to Spend $599Two tech reviewers weigh in on this year’s best virtual-reality headsets.
  21. what do you want
    10 Audiophiles on the Gifts They Want for the HolidaysBluetooth speakers, turntable stands, and the new Kendrick Lamar album.
  22. legislation
    Proposed Bill to End Tax Breaks for Companies With Sexual Harassment RecordsNew York State assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal has a plan.
  23. this thing's incredible
    This Aluminum Cube Lets Me Pretend I’m at the MoviesThe portable projector lets me screen films at big-screen sizes.
  24. entertainment
    The A-List Accountant Who Tries to Keep Celebrities From Going Broke“Most of them are surrounded by people who tell them they can do no wrong so it takes a strong person to come through all that and be level-headed.”
  25. the circus
    Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Closing After 146 YearsThe final performance will be in May.
  26. 14 of the Best Gifts for a Music Snob Who’s Heard EverythingThey’re hard to shop for because they think they know everything.
  27. gifts they might actually want
    The NES Classic Is Gonna Be the Gamer Gift to Get or Give This YearThirty games and 30 years of nostalgia, all for $59.99 (if you can find one).
  28. 18 Women Who Are Going To Define TV This FallFrom Ava DuVernay and Oprah’s new family drama to Sarah Jessica Parker’s return to HBO.
  29. Psychologists Have Identified What Turns a Casual TV Session Into Binge-WatchingIt has to do with something called “goal conflict.”
  30. It’s Okay to Think of the Gilmore Girls As Your Real FriendsWe missed you, Rory.
  31. time time at last
    Very Busy Kevin Spacey Drops Out of RelativitySpacey’s Trigger Street Productions consort Dana Brunetti will stay.
  32. movie review
    Review: Entertainment Shocks for No Good ReasonA ghastly movie that doesn’t earn its many hideous moments.
  33. Watch a Clip from ‘Entertainment’ with Gregg Turkington and John C. ReillyThe Comedy director Rick Alverson’s latest film Entertainment heads to theaters this week, and here’s a sneak peek to get you excited. The film […]
  34. space jam
    It’s Hard to Date When You’re Princess LeiaAnd other wisdom nuggets from Carrie Fisher.
  35. Watch Gregg Turkington, John C. Reilly, Tim Heidecker, and More in the […]Last summer it was announced that Gregg Turkington would star in a new film by The Comedy director Rick Alverson called Entertainment, and the […]
  36. Quiz: Which One Costs More?Each neighborhood in New York City has its own assigned personality. And the Upper East Side carries the distinction of being associated with, say, exorbitantly expensive spa treatments and diamond-encrusted dog collars.
  37. Priceless Moments in Louie’s New SeasonAge, looks, depression — the gang’s all here! No Louie neurosis goes unturned in season five of the FX series (which premieres April 9 at 10:30 p.m.). Watch these three previews for a peek at the humdrum obstacles your favorite antihero must face.
  38. It’s the Louie Clip Battle!He may be a loving father, bummed-out single guy, and genuinely confused citizen — but at heart, Louis C.K. is a thinker.
  39. Worst. Date. Ever.From uncomfortable to a little less uncomfortable, the intermittent romantic interludes on Louie have riffed on one underlying theme in his love life: This probably isn’t going end well.
  40. Louis C.K.’s Guide to Parenting“It is easier to build strong children to repair broken men,” is what Frederick Douglass, the great freedom fighter, once remarked about parenting.
  41. 6 Degrees of Louis C.K.Part of the thrill of watching Louie is star-spotting. That’s because the countless actors who make appearances on the FX series seem to work hard to surprise us.
  42. The Red Road Refresher CourseTHE RED ROAD is back. The gripping thriller follows a New Jersey sheriff as he struggles to keep the peace between small town locals and a nearby Native American tribe. After a murder and cover-up drives a spike between the two worlds, an uneasy alliance is forged between the officer and a dangerous member of the tribe—but for deputy Harold Jensen, doing the right thing means putting his family in jeopardy. Take our refresher course to catch up on all the events, and then tune in to the season 2 premiere on April 2 10/9c on SundanceTV.
  43. The Tao of Louie“Talking is always positive. That’s why I talk too much,” the ever-likable Louis C.K. once said.
  44. Do You Have What It Takes to Be BARELY FAMOUS?In a hilarious new series from VH1, Sara and Erin Foster play the parts of shallow, stereotypical LA sisters who find themselves followed around by a film crew.
  45. The Bates Motel Character Catch-up CourseBates Motel is back for a third season on A&E, beginning Monday, March 9th, at 9/8c.
  46. entertainment
    Humans Hate Uncertainty, Tony Soprano EditionIt just doesn’t feel good.
  47. Gregg Turkington, John C. Reilly, and Michael Cera to Star in New Movie […]Comedian Gregg Turkington, best known for his hack standup character Neil Hamburger, has been cast as the lead in Entertainment, a new movie […]
  48. It’s Normal to Be Upset About Game of ThronesWe form real, if one-sided, emotional connections with fictional characters (spoilers!).
  49. impressive things
    Betty White Officially Has the ‘Longest TV Career for an Entertainer’74 years is quite a feat.
  50. last night on late night
    Last Night on Late Night: Betty White and Letterman Chug Some VodkaPlus, Stephen Colbert offers up an even lazier alternative to the Forever Lazy, on our regular late-night roundup.
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