Giffin ventures into new territory in 'All We Ever Wanted
All We Ever Wanted" (Ballantine Books), by Emily Giffin
Jun 26 3:27PM AP

Review: Slow down with the low-key drama 'Leave No Trace
Like the pleasures of slow cooking, purposefully slow cinema can be a welcome respite from the craziness in both our world and multiplexes. And that is exactly what you'll get with filmmaker Debra Granik's "Leave No Trace ," a poetic and low-key drama about a father and his teenage daughter whose attempt to live outside of society becomes increasingly impossible.
Jun 26 2:01PM AP

Author Susan Wiggs celebrates unexpected love story
Between You & Me" (William Morrow), by Susan Wiggs
Jun 25 3:42PM AP

Racist tropes in Ramadan TV satires anger black Arabs
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) In an attempt to capitalize on what's become a ratings bonanza for Arabic satellite channels during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, two comedies struck the wrong chord with audiences when their lead actors appeared in blackface, a form of makeup that darkens the skin to represent a caricature of a black person.
Jun 23 6:12AM AP

An Anthology Series Based on Dolly Parton's Songs Is Coming to Netflix
arrow entertainment Though she may be best known for her music career, Dolly Parton is a Hollywood powerhouse. In addition to starring in more than a few contemporary classics, from 9 to 5 to Steel Magnolias, she's also been partly responsible for some of your favorite TV series.
Jun 5 9:22PM mentalfloss.com

Does 'Empire' reign? Is 'Jedi' supreme? Ranking all of the Star Wars movies
As long as there's been a Star Wars franchise, fans have been ranking the films, arranging the installments in their own personal hierarchies, and arguing about who's right and who is utterly wrong. Ranking the Star Wars movies is a time-honored tradition, and with 10 big-screen features (not to mention a few made-for-television movies) released so far, there have been plenty of opportunities to revisit those rankings over the years.
Jun 5 9:09PM Digital Trends

Meet the Adobe I/O Team: PM Carmen Sutter on Exploring Developer Solutions
Carmen Sutter is a senior product manager for Adobe I/O Events and has nearly two decades of expertise in developing, executing, and analyzing digital strategies. Her experience spans social media, B2B tech, SaaS, media and entertainment.
Jun 5 7:19PM Medium

Get to know Canada's new Indigenous think tank
Ever since it was voted into federal government in 2015, the Liberal Party has produced a consistent stream of new policy changes and funding announcements for First Nations, Inuit, and Mtis communities across the country. It got to the point where there was so much happening the amount of new legislations, the MOUs, agreements in principle, says Hayden King, currently Indigenous education adviser to Ryerson University's Faculty of Arts dean.
Jun 5 4:32PM TVO