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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds think that everyone should take a baby CPR class

When they're not trolling each other or posing for disgustingly adorable Humans of New York posts, you can find Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds being the perfect citizens they are at their local CPR class. The two posted pics...

Arkansas has installed the Ten Commandments at its Capitol

The Satanic Temple is arguing that they should be allowed to display a statue of Baphomet, which seems fair

Someone put Drake in a movie because his 'Get Out' Steph Curry parody is absolutely perfect

In addition to the new songs Drake's been churning out, the Canadian rapper took some time to host the NBA Awards. During his hosting gig, he flexed his acting chops with hilarious skits—one that poked fun of everyone's...

Late-night hosts blast GOP healthcare bill as 'comically villainous'

Comics, including Seth Meyers and Stephen Colbert, discussed Trump’s attempts to to blame Russian election meddling on ObamaLate-night hosts addressed the Senate Republicans’ healthcare legislation, due for a vote in the coming...

Factory outlet: the art inspired by Joy Division and New Order

From an Ian Curtis doppelganger to works by Barbara Kruger and Scott King, the exhibition True Faith explores the Manchester bands’ visual legacy. Co-curator Jon Savage selects some of his favourites Continue reading...

'Suspicious' art from Nazi dealer to go on show in Germany

Five years after the spectacular discovery of Nazi-looted art known as the "Schwabinger Kunstfund," parts of the collection will be on display in Bonn's Bundeskunsthalle in the fall. A preview.

'I stay woke': Oxford dictionary additions in a post-truth world

The Oxford English Dictionary word of the year in 2016, "post-truth" has now made it into the official dictionary. It's one of several dictionary updates that include "woke," a term of political awareness.

Corbynmania has its own sound and style – now let’s get it to No 10 | Coco Khan

As overtly political songs explode into the charts again, and the Labour leader draws ecstatic crowds at Glastonbury, the popular thirst for change is clearAnother Glastonbury has come to an end, but despite performances from...

Baby Driver review – Edgar Wright puts pedal to the metal for wildly enjoyable heist caper

This high-revving thrill ride about a music-obsessed teenage getaway driver is a terrifically stylish piece of work with a banging soundtrackIn 2011 a resident of Oakland, Michigan, caused a sensation by bringing a lawsuit...

How Munich became Germany's film capital

Many movie fans see Munich as Germany's true home of film. With the 35th Munich Film Festival in full swing, we talked to Munich Film Museum director Stefan Drössler about great films set in the Bavarian capital.

Arts Council England to spend £170m more outside London

Plymouth, Tees Valley and Bradford among winners, at expense of National Theatre and Royal Opera House in 2018-22 fundingA more diverse and regionally balanced arts landscape in England has been promised in a series of funding...

Hannover museum returns Nazi-looted artwork to owner's heirs

The Jewish entrepreneur Max Rüdenberg was dispossessed by the Nazis. Hannover's Sprengel Museum has finally returned a valuable expressionist painting by Karl Schmidt-Rottluff he owned until the 1930s to his heirs.

Nex Machina review – a pure, brilliant shoot-'em-up

The developer behind retro-tinged shooters Super Stardust and ResoGun returns with an astonishing twin-stick masterpieceThere is a famous story behind the making of Robotron 2084, the seminal 1982 arcade game which provides the...

OED serves up volley of new definitions from tennis

The dictionary’s latest online update has added a clutch of ‘new’ terms describing the game, some dating back to the 16th centuryTennis lovers will have more than the quality of their champagne and strawberries to contemplate...