The narrative doesn’t shy away from Cosby’s acclaim and beloved status—nor should it.
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Despite some flaws, The Master Comic offers a compelling portrait of a predator
The grimy legacy of Bill Cosby haunts this world premiere at MPAACT.
Leftovers takes on Bill Cosby and his legacy
Unfortunately, this Something Marvelous production takes on more than it can handle.
Can Congress be given the authority to override a presidential pardon?
Bill Cosby’s conviction leads Cecil Adams to a consideration of whether and how presidential pardons could be overturned.
Dying is easy, comedy is hard in the new UK documentary Dying Laughing
Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Sarah Silverman and dozens of other performers comment on the emotional challenges of stand-up.
Roger Ailes accuser ‘Susan’ waited decades for someone to hear her out
For nearly 25 years, she felt like a lone voice. That changed after former Fox anchor Gretchen Carlson’s lawsuit against Ailes.
From Kanye’s new album to Closed Sessions’ latest release in a few simple steps
There’s a link between Hibernation, the new EP by Closed Sessions producer Boathouse, and Kanye West’s seventh album.
Real talk: Ebony’s controversial Cosby Show cover is just what Dr. Huxtable ordered
Black Twitter and ’em freaked out, but the conversation Ebony started is good and necessary.
Writers milk the Derrick Rose suit for all it’s worth
No, Robert Silverman, Derrick Rose isn’t the NBA’s Bill Cosby.
Show us your . . . walls of autographs
After Chicago Theatre shows end, the performers’ John Hancocks remain backstage.
All Is By My Side reveals a less pleasant Jimi Hendrix experience
André Benjamin stars in a chronicle of Jimi Hendrix’s rise to fame.
Reader’s Agenda Tue 2/18: Delorean, Kill Yr Idols, and Camille Claudel 1915
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Tuesday, February 18
Bill Cosby: weird ‘n’ funky
Dusty Groove reissues a lost avant-garde funk jam from Bill Cosby.