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Hope and Love in Arab Spring :: Gil Perez-Abraham and Sharif Afifi on 'We Live in Cairo'
Adam Levine Leaving 'The Voice' After 16 Seasons
Pop Culturing: Netflix's 'What/If' is a Bizarre Soap that Kicks Off the Renéeaissance

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Adam Levine Leaving 'The Voice' After 16 Seasons

Hope and Love in Arab Spring :: Gil Perez-Abraham and Sharif Afifi on 'We Live in Cairo'

Adam Levine is leaving NBC's "The Voice" after 16 seasons.

Pop Culturing: In 'Vida' Season 2, Sisters Doing it for Themselves (& the Community)

Pop Culturing: In 'Vida' Season 2, Sisters Doing it for Themselves (& the Community)

By Jason St. Amand | May 26
Returning for its second season on Starz Sunday (or you can binge the entire season via the network's app on Friday), "Vida" is more confident, proud and thrilling than its excellent freshman effort.

Fanning Says She's Been Transformed by Cannes Experience

Fanning Says She's Been Transformed by Cannes Experience

May 25
Elle Fanning, the youngest juror ever at the Cannes Film Festival, said she's been transformed by her experience at the French festival.

Bong d'Or: Korean Director Wins Cannes' Top Prize

Bong d'Or: Korean Director Wins Cannes' Top Prize

By Jake Coyle | May 25
South Korean director Bong Joon-ho's raucous social satire "Parasite," about a poor family of hustlers who find jobs with a wealthy family, won the Cannes Film Festival's top award, the Palme d'Or, on Saturday.

California Show Explores Warhol's Social, Tech Foreshadowing

California Show Explores Warhol's Social, Tech Foreshadowing

By Katie Oyan | May 25
Before Instagram and Facebook, before selfies and filters that perfect selfies, there was Andy Warhol, using his art to imbue friends, family, celebrities — even himself — with a certain mystique.

At the Spelling Bee, the Most Common Sound us the Toughest

At the Spelling Bee, the Most Common Sound us the Toughest

By Ben Nuckols | May 25
The word that knocked runner-up Naysa Modi out of last year's Scripps National Spelling Bee was "Bewusstseinslage" — one of those flashy, impossible-sounding German-derived words that make the audience gasp when they are announced.