Travis M. Andrews, Washington Post

Travis M. Andrews

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Past articles by Travis:

Want to suffer Hollywood’s wrath? Mess with TCM, you dirty rats!

Few things are sacrosanct in streaming TV's chaotic revolution. But as Warner Bros. Discovery’s top exec recently learned, TCM is still zealously protected. → Read More

Billy Crystal, Dionne Warwick, Barry Gibb to be Kennedy Center honorees

The 46th annual celebration of the performing arts will also salute Queen Latifah and Renée Fleming this December. → Read More

Rock-and-roll circle of life brings Foo Fighters back to D.C. on Atlantis opening night

Foo Fighters christened Atlantis, D.C's 9:30 Club "replica," with a two-and-half-hour intimate show for 450 fans at the new, nostalgic club. → Read More

Are the Walkmen finally back together, or did they never break up?

Members of the Walkmen, whose sound helped define early-'00s rock, talk about their first tour in a decade and why they hit pause. → Read More

The rebirth of the National: ‘This record kind of saved our band’

"First Two Pages of Frankenstein," the band’s new album, helped curb some anxieties about its future. Fans, including collaborator Taylor Swift, remain loyal as ever. → Read More

Actor Jonathan Majors arrested on assault charges

The arrest comes amid a banner year for the actor, who appeared in “Creed III” and “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.” → Read More

At Twain tribute, Adam Sandler credits family for ‘weird confidence’

Jennifer Aniston, Chris Rock, Ben Stiller, Conan O’Brien, Judd Apatow and more honor the comedian at the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at the Kennedy Center. → Read More

2023 Oscars recap: It was lovely and back to basics. Sorry about that.

At Sunday’s Academy Awards, a focus on the winners, and not the drama. → Read More

Oscars 2023: ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ dominates, winning seven awards

Live news and analysis from the 2023 Oscars, including red carpet looks, winners and the biggest moments. → Read More

Prosecutors reduce charges against Alec Baldwin and Hannah Gutierrez-Reed

Both the actor and the armorer now face less potential jail time in fatal shooting on “Rust” set. → Read More

Here comes spring TV, even if you’re not caught up on fall TV

The latest crop of shows — including 'The Mandalorian,' 'Yellowjackets' and 'Succession' — indulge in nostalgia, satire, action ... what more do you need? → Read More

In the Spotify era, many musicians struggle to make a living

The people you see onstage at the Grammys can make it work. But for a lot of singers and songwriters, streaming has made a full-time music career unsustainable. → Read More

Martin Luther King Jr. statue in Boston draws online mockery, disdain

The statue was inspired by a photograph of King and his wife embracing after King learned he had won the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize. → Read More

Some books are impossible to turn into movies. Why let that stop you?

‘White Noise’ is the latest chapter in a long story of directors willing to grapple with books that defy adaptation. Successes are few — but worth it, they say. → Read More

How a 1987 Christmas album changed the way the holiday sounds

Jimmy Iovine enlisted a range of pop stars for a good cause and “A Very Special Christmas” was born. → Read More

Adam Sandler to receive Mark Twain Prize this spring at Kennedy Center

The “Happy Gilmore” star will become the 24th recipient of one of comedy’s highest awards. → Read More

‘The White Lotus’ winds down as the bodies pile up

Mike White’s HBO show "The White Lotus" offers a few answers and a whole lot of questions in the Season 2 finale. → Read More

Bob Dylan apologizes for book controversy in rare public statement

The legendary musician says he used an autopen to sign special-edition copies of his new book. → Read More

Biden pardons two turkeys, over possible objections from the first dog

The birds, Chocolate and Chip, let out loud gobbles during the ceremony as President Biden doubled down on cringeworthy puns. → Read More

Has the encore left the building?

Once a given in live concerts, the encore is now seen by some as a showbiz artifact rather than an authentic exchange between performer and audience. → Read More