Anna Rahmanan

About the author

is a writer and editor living in New York. Her words have appeared in the Huffington Post, the Telegraph, Time Out New York, Forbes and the BBC, among other outlets.

“Somebody Feed Phil” Is a Show That Delivers More Than Food

Let’s talk about cookies.In the third season of “Somebody Feed Phil,” host Phil Rosenthal kicks off an episode in London, running out of local department store Fortnum & Mason, clutching a pack of cookies. Giddy, he shows off his loot. “These are my favorite store-bought cookies,” he says, while

What Makes HBO’s “Mare of Easttown” So Great?

Joining a roster of shows that in the past few years have made up an entirely new television canon is HBO's "Mare of Easttown." This crime drama miniseries stars Kate Winslet as Mare Sheehan, a detective investigating a murder and the disappearance of a number of teenage girls in

Does “Space Jam” Hold Up 25 Years Later?

What's old is new again—whether high-waisted jeans or stories in film. "Space Jam: A New Legacy" arrives July 16 in theaters and on HBO Max, so now is the perfect time to get (re)acquainted with the original "Space Jam" of 1996.Rewatching “Space Jam” today, nearly 25 years after its

The 15 Best Podcasts to Listen to While You Work From Home

Working at home, unable to spend time in traditional offices, we are missing out on the camaraderie, and the conversations, that used to pepper our everyday routines.But thanks to podcasts, we can still listen in and almost feel like we’re right in the room and part of the conversation.

Big Broadway Shows To Stream at Home Right Now

While the pandemic has upended our ability to head to Broadway, whether in the Big Apple or in our hometown theaters, the shows have come to us. A whole bunch of current and old-time favorites have been made available for streaming across a variety of different platforms. Now you