On the latest episode of "The Culture Show," it's a weekly review session in which hosts Jared Bowen, Callie Crossley and Edgar B. Herwick III break down what happened this week in arts and culture.

First, the Grammy nominations are here, and women dominate the album of the year category with SZA, Taylor Swift and Olivia Rodrigo topping the list. And yet, with nearly 100 categories, there are still snubs.

And they say there’s no business like show business, but for months there was no business in show business. Now that the SAG-AFTRA actors’ strike is over, what does this mean for Hollywood and another major production hub: Massachusetts.

From there, is Homer Simpson vying to be America’s number one dad? After 34 years, why is the primary colored patriarch adopting progressive parenting?

Then it’s the D-word: deaccessioning. A Swiss museum is the latest to auction off masterpieces in order to stay financially solvent. It’s an act of survival that’s sparking controversy.

Finally, "Funny Girl" Barbra Streisand has released a new memoir — and it is no laughing matter. At nearly 1,000 pages, it is truly a tell ALL.

Find out about all of that and more by listening above.