Arts & CultureTelevision
John Dougherty
As a kid, my favorite show was about death. Strangest of all, I watched it on the Disney Channel.
Arts & CultureTelevision
Zac Davis
It is the perfect time to sink into the couch and run through the most hopeful show on television: “Ted Lasso.”
Police stand outside of Wrigley Field. (Chicago Story Film, LLC)
Arts & CultureTelevision
Rob Weinert-Kendt
For true Chicagoans, theirs is the greatest American city, and also the one most in need of change.
Henry Louis Gates Jr. inside of Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Ga. (photo: PBS).
Arts & CultureTelevision
Jaime L. Waters
Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr. offers a thought-provoking journey through American history using the Black church as an entry point and a lens for critical examination. 
Photo: iStock
Arts & CultureFilm
America Staff
You do not have to look hard to find movies and television shows that celebrate the (sometimes unexpected) gift of life.
Tiger Woods, of the United States, waits to hit on the 13th hole during the first round of the US Open Golf Championship, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020, in Mamaroneck, N.Y. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
Arts & CultureTelevision
Kevin Jackson
HBO’s ‘Tiger’ shows that Tiger Woods’s development as a human being came second to his golf.