Arts & Entertainment
Disney CEO Bob Iger gave a preview this week of the massive park and resort in Shanghai that's been 16 years and $5.5 billion in the making.
As a fan of Marvel Comics since childhood, Reed has a deep understanding and respect for Ant-Man's place in history, regardless of his diminutive size.
Kristina Wong takes a lighthearted but pointed approach to subverting the notion that Asian women are quiet and obedient.
Off-Ramp's song of the week is “Them Changes” by Los Angeles bassist Stephen Bruner, better known as Thundercat.
'Tis the season to crash every pool party you can find. And we'll do just that before those unusual thunderstorms hit SoCal beaches Saturday. (Be careful out there!)
Director Kyle Patrick Alvarez worked with the experiment's originator, professor, Philip Zimbardo, to re-create a notorious chapter in academic research.
"Comedy Bang! Bang!" didn't get an Emmy nomination, but Scott Aukerman and the show's writing staff will supply Emmy host Andy Samberg with his material.
Andy Greenwald, a writer for Grantland, says he's pleasantly surprised that the TV academy is embracing programming from upstart streaming services.
Molly Knight's new book, "The Best Team Money Can Buy," details how far down Frank McCourt dragged the Dodgers, and how far up the new owners want to take it.
Presenters Uzo Aduba from "Orange is the New Black" and Cat Deeley "So You Think You Can Dance" announced the nominees.
Jenner, who made her transition to becoming a woman public earlier this year, accepted the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the sports ceremony Wednesday night.
Hill inspired people with her fight against brain cancer and raised over $1.5 million for cancer research before she died April 10.
In her new stage show, "The Bitch is Back: An All Too Intimate Conversation," the writer and performer mines her life and that of anyone within earshot.
The duo talk about their new album's lengthy gestation period, how becoming parents changed their songwriting process, and whether they really do love L.A.
The president declined to talk about the specific allegations against comedian Bill Cosby, but he did say that drugging someone and having sex with them without consent qualifies as rape.
A judge ruled that the copyright infringement verdict a jury reached in March should be cut from nearly $7.4 million to $5.3 million.