Arts & Entertainment
Dwain Worrell was teaching English in China when he submitted a screenplay through Amazon's open submission site. Weeks later he was headed back to the US with a movie deal in hand.
The weekend is here and it's looking pretty good. Choose from a food festival in an airplane hangar, a celebration of bugs, a nighttime festival and more.
Cornell died Wednesday night in Detroit, his representative said in a statement to NPR. Brian Bumbery called the death "sudden and unexpected" and said the singer's wife and family were shocked by it.
The late Keith Mitchell showed his stuff early in Monitor and The Romans, adventurous, seriously fun bands of the 70s and 80s.
The actress talks about becoming Serena Joy Waterford, filming during the U.S. presidential election, and why this character was so hard to let go of.
Former Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes has died, the network says, citing a statement from the late executive's family. Ailes resigned from his post leading Fox News last July.
Play-by-play announcer Beth Mowins is set to become the first-ever woman to call an NFL game televised nationally — the Los Angeles Chargers vs. Denver Broncos game on Sept. 11.
Don't be mistaken, "Downward Dog" is not the "Mr Ed" of 2017. Instead, the ABC comedy gives a fresh take on the talking animal genre and in the process illuminates something about modern day relationships.
Anna Ziegler's play "Actually" delves deeply into the murky territory that often surrounds the he-said, she-said accounts of a reported sexual assault.
Nimbus is a scientific word for a storm cloud, but this story isn’t about the weather. It’s about an art installation in Downtown Los Angeles.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Tuesday said Kimmel will return for the 90th Oscars with producers Michael De Luca and Jennifer Todd, the team behind this year's ceremony.
It's a perfect storm of anachronisms. Burger Records, the LA label, just released an album from the early 1970s ... of Tinpan Alley songs ... on cassette ... recorded in the early 1970s ... by Tiny Tim.
Tom Brady and a Washington Monument penis joke figure prominently in a joke theft accusation that may land Conan O'Brien in court.
Shawn and collaborator Andre Gregory revived the play because the story it tells — people struggling while their country slips into anti-intellectual fascism — remains relevant.
"American Gods" showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green talk about the portrayals of sex, violence and religion in the series, based on the Neil Gaiman novel.
Powers Boothe was known for his roles as a villain in TV's "Deadwood," and in the movies "Tombstone," "Sin City" and "The Avengers." Boothe died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles on Sunday.