Reddick was found dead at his Los Angeles home Friday. He died of natural causes.
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with filmmaker Jingyi Shao about Chang Can Dunk, a coming-of-age sports film about an Asian American teen's quest to reinvent himself — by learning to dunk.
Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. This week: the Willem Dafoe film Inside and the podcast Louder Than A Riot.
Statements recognizing Indigenous rights to territories seized by colonial powers may be well-meaning. But some Indigenous leaders fear these acknowledgments may become routine and performative.
The parade was in full force this year, after a muted turnout in 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The sequel to the 2019 film that starred Zachary Levi as the adult superhero persona of a lonely teen goes bigger. And goofier. But the fuel mixture's off and Levi's one-note performance grates.
Sandler will be awarded the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on March 19. He spoke to Fresh Air in 2019, along with writer/directors Josh and Benny Safdie, about their film Uncut Gems.
Yeoh felt relieved when she first read the script for Everything Everywhere All at Once: Finally, here was a film that cast a middle-aged mother as an action hero. Originally broadcast April 2022.
Capcom made a companion to a classic game rather than a faithful recreation. It's a risky choice, but a smart one.
Pulitzer winner for Evicted Matthew Desmond examines why the U.S. has more poverty than other rich nations. He finds it spends big on social programs, but gives the most to those who need it least.
Jim Gordon, the famed session drummer who backed Eric Clapton and The Beach Boys before being diagnosed with schizophrenia and going to prison for killing his mother, has died. He was 77.
Bobby Caldwell's smooth soul jam "What You Won't Do for Love" went to No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100. It became a long-term standard and career-defining hit for Caldwell, who also wrote the song.
Savannah's St. Patrick's Day parade — one of the busiest in the country — returns Friday at 10:30 a.m., when thousands of revelers will line the streets and squares of downtown for the event, which first began in 1824. But some are already staking out spots, and persevering through the cold that comes with it.
As a former college basketball player, I know firsthand how hard the players work to stay in the tournament for as long as possible. Here's why you should fill out a March Madness bracket this season.
NPR Poet in Residence Kwame Alexander asked listeners to write a poem about napping. We received 1,200 poems that talked about the importance of rest and relaxation.