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New ‘worry-free’ streaming site offers safe content for kids

The TV streaming world, it seems, becomes more crowded by the day. But amid all this head-spinning traffic, where can parents be assured that their kids are tuning into age-appropriate content? It might make sense to try Sensical. Backed by San Francisco-based Common Sense Media,...

The Weather Channel embracing more climate change coverage

The Atlanta-based Weather Channel said it’s committed to tackling climate change with more vigor than it ever has. In an interview with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Nora Zimmett, The Weather Channel’s chief content officer and executive vice president, said they are...

'Never Have I Ever' actor juggles show and college with ease

Jaren Lewison poses for a photo in Dallas to promote his Netflix series

Jaren Lewison was at his USC freshman orientation when he got the call to screen test for the Netflix series “Never Have I Ever.”

Old Broadway pizazz collides with 2021 in 'Schmigadoon!'

This image released by Apple TV+ shows Cecily Stron, background left, and Keegan-Michael Key in a scene from

A pair of modern-day hikers step out of the woods and into a town where they are greeted by something strange: Suspiciously friendly residents who burst into a high-kicking, knee-slapping group welcome song

Ms. Pat on turning her life into a TV show

Ms. Pat and Geoff Edgers on Edgers's weekly Instagram Live show

"You just have to fight for what you believe in. I mean, I told the network, don't soften me, because ... you didn't buy a soft comedian."




When unbridled optimism loses its luster

July is when all that unbridled optimism of the spring, all that garden planning and vacation planning, those books to read and projects to start, seem to wither under a hot sun.

Many birds go for two broods per season

The air was as heavy as it was thick. Magnificent dark clouds rose high from the west, but there was not a drop of rain or the slightest breeze. The calm was surreal and made me uneasy. An eerie orange glow hung over my land where the birds...