Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women” is a beloved Hollywood mainstay, and it has been adapted into film for nearly as long as the medium has existed.
Gone are the days when careers were a ladder.
“Overcome by events.” That was the phrase photojournalist Renée Jacobs used to describe how a coal mining fire came to decimate the rural Pennsylvania town of Centralia.
With her sophomore album “Romance,” Camila Cabello has provided a fantastically cohesive, entertaining work that is a thrill from start to finish.
I avoided watching Netflix’s latest season of “The Crown” — not only so I could binge it over Thanksgiving break, but also because I was apprehensive about the major changes made to the cast of the Queen Elizabeth biopic series as it moved into a new era.
If the Internet hasn’t defined your idea of “Boomers” yet, allow artists of the generation to do it for you.
Every year, excited students arrive on Duke’s campus carrying luggage, boxes and many other personal items.
Writer-director Rian Johnson breathes life back into the “whodunit” with “Knives Out.”
“Frozen 2” opens with a song about everything staying the same.
Amid exams and final papers, Duke still has something to celebrate this week.
Coldplay’s first two albums played constantly in my dad’s car when I was a kid.
Many people know North Carolina for its beaches, its barbecue or its college basketball, but it’s likely that fewer know the state for its rich musical heritage.
Earlier this year, Instagram began experimenting with hiding the “like” count on users’ posts.
My house is filled with books. Bookshelves on bookshelves, stacks on stacks, basically every corner of the house stuffed to the brim with all the stories I grew up with.
In doing justice to Durham’s title of “City of Medicine,” one Bass Connections team is on the right side of history.