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Your Creative Calendar: 68 Things To Do, See, And Hear This November

Get ready for the return of Bad Moms, Taylor Swift, and Spike Lee’s TV series debut with your Creative Calendar for November.

Your Creative Calendar: 68 Things To Do, See, And Hear This November

The only thing more depressing than losing post-5 p.m. sunsets for months on end is the tone of some movies released during those months. That’s right: The first weekend in November marks the “fall back” part of daylight saving time, coating the entire Eastern seaboard in a thick blanket of darkness at an unconscionably early hour each day–just in time for the start of Prestige Movie Season. Sure, we’ll get Thor: Ragnarok to lift our spirits, but mostly we’ll be feasting our turkey-anticipating eyes on less uplifting fare like LBJ and Murder on the Orient Express. (Oh well, at least it’s less depressing than the news.) In the meantime, however, have a look at this bountiful harvest of November entertainment offerings–for movies, books, shows, and albums–every corner of the expansive manse that is pop culture. In an uncertain time of potentially catastrophic upheaval, it’s something to be thankful for.

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Movies in Theaters

Movies to Watch at Home

Albums You Should Hear

Things to Watch on Your TV or Computer

Books to Read

  • Obama: An Intimate Portrait by Pete Souza and Barack Obama, out on November 7.
  • L’Appart: The Delights and Disasters of Making My Paris Home by David Lebovitz, out on November 7.
  • Bonfire by Krysten Ritter, out on November 7.
  • Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Illustrated Edition by JK Rowling, Newt Scamander and Oliva Lomenech Gill, out on November 7.
  • Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship, and Purpose by Joe Biden, out on November 14.
  • Artemis: A Novel by Andy Weir, out on November 14.
  • Neal Preston: Exhilarated and Exhausted, out on November 21.
  • Gold Dust Woman: The Biography of Stevie Nicks, out on November 21.
  • Tribe of Mentors: Short Life Advice from the Best in the World, out on November 21.

[Photo Mash Up: Aubree Lennon for Fast Company; Mudbound: Steve Dietl, courtesy of Netflix; She’s Gotta Have It: David Lee, courtesy of Netflix; Roman J. Isreal ESQ: Glen Wilson, courtesy of Columbia Pictures; Lady Dynamite: Beth Dubber, courtesy of Netflix; John Stewart: Laura Cavanaugh/Getty Images; Justice League: courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures/ TM & © DC Comics; Marvels Runaways: Paul Sarkis, courtesy of Hulu; Future Man: Brandon Hickman, courtesy of Hulu; The Killing of the Sacred Deer: Jima (Atsushi Nishijima), courtesy of A24; Call My By Your Name, courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics; Thor: Ragnarok: courtesy of Marvel Studios]

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