A & E

Tim Johnston’s second novel, “The Current,” delivers a riveting mystery surrounding grief and murder wrapped in a tight package of character and prose. Johnston builds a memorable cast of characters ...

Noname’s Jan. 16 Atlanta concert showcased her ability to break down barriers between her and the crowd, while expressing a soothing poetic rap. Chicago native Fatima Nyeema Warner began her ...

James Blake’s style permeates the zeitgeist of today’s popular music. Beyonce’s “Lemonade,” Jay-Z’s “4:44” and the “Black Panther” soundtrack are just a few albums to which the British singer, songwriter ...

While watching director Mamoru Hosoda’s newest film, “Mirai,” it’s difficult to escape an overwhelming sense of familiarity. The movie manages to find details and intricacies of family dynamics that make ...

Some of the simplest joys in life come from a person’s willingness to act a little silly; sharing fun and laughter with others can make even the worst of days ...

1. “The Favourite” Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos sets his sights on revamping the period drama in “The Favourite,” and he does not disappoint. The auteur explores gender norms of the ...

The new year is shaping up to be an exciting time for film lovers of all tastes. From thrilling superhero and family-friendly Disney movies to literary adaptations, 2019 will be ...

The babble of students, families and art patrons surrounded the Woodruff Arts Symphony Hall on the evening of Jan. 19 for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performance. Throughout the night, the ...

Take Kevin Hart, add a dash of sentiment, a sprinkle of cliches and a couple of generalizations, and you get a dramedy with some genuinely funny moments interspersed with uncomfortable ...