For me at that point when I started becoming that person, I just felt like there wasn’t that much level of communication, to be honest. And that was the only thing really that I felt. It was like, “We got you the max contract, but are you the guy?” I
At long last, it should be the year that a streaming platform is triumphant at the Emmys. The tech companies upended the entertainment industry years ago but they’ve had mixed results breaking through with members of the Television Academy, who vote on the winners. That will likely come to an
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Ben Hill Griffin Stadium has quieted down. A game that was much closer than many expected had the Gators’ fans permeating the air with deafening chants as they made one last effort to will their team past the Alabama Crimson Tide. This 31-29 defeat of the Gators
Only shows that debuted new episodes between June 1, 2020, and May 31, 2021, are eligible, so fans of shows like “Loki” will have to wait another year. Here’s everything you need to know. What time do the festivities start? The ceremony begins at 8 p.m. Eastern, 5 p.m. Pacific.
Edmund Addo sank into child’s pose in the middle of the field, his forehead touching the turf, his arms outstretched in front of him, a gesture of supplication and thanks. About 60 yards away, euphoria had overwhelmed his teammate Giorgos Athanasiadis, his legs buckling as two colleagues tried to help
One of the most significant cultural milestones in the recent history of North American sports occurred with about as much pomp and circumstance as a shrug of the shoulders. No openly gay player had ever competed in a regular-season game in the N.F.L.’s 102-year history until Sept. 13, when Las
Peter Williams, whose colorful paintings — sometimes humorous, sometimes disturbing, often both — reflected his own history, Black history and contemporary issues like police brutality and mass incarceration, died on Aug. 19 in Wilmington, Del. He was 69. His wife, Elishka Vitanovska Mayer, said the cause was a heart attack.
Yolanda López, an artist and activist who created one of the most famous artworks in Chicano history by boldly recasting the Virgin of Guadalupe in her own image — as a young, strong, brown woman wearing running shoes and a wide grin — died on Sept. 3 at her home
This ajiaco, or stew, of traditional and modern made Mr. Álvarez unique among Cuban bandleaders at the time, said Marysol Quevedo, an expert in Cuban music and an assistant professor of musicology at the University of Miami. “What he represents was this perfect hybrid of the traditional and influences from