Arts & Entertainment
The manager of Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel tells "Off-Ramp" host John Rabe that Saturday, 12/13/14, will be their biggest day of the year.
When you look at the nominations for the Screen Actors Guild awards, it’s evident that several performers who made a big bet on themselves got a big payoff.
Sony Pictures said Wednesday that no broadcast media will be invited to cover the film's red carpet Thursday in L.A. and no interviews will be granted to print reporters.
Superman creator Jerry Siegel's daughter talks with John Rabe about the typewriter Siegel used to write Superman. It's now on display at the Paley Center.
Star Michael Keaton was recognized for his work in the film "Birdman," as well as supporting co-stars Emma Stone and Edward Norton.
Artist Don Bachardy: the Isherwood connection helped him become one of America's most sought-after portrait artist. New book has dozens of Hollywood faces.
It's time for Tuesday Reviewsday, our weekly new music segment. This week we've got new music from Mary J. Blige, TriBeCaStan, Tētēma and Whitey Morgan.
Predicting security line wait times, a weather station in your pocket and using science to predict your favorite holiday drink - App Chat has you covered.
The player's truck flipped several times on a bridge close to his team's stadium in downtown Charlotte. His injuries are reportedly not life-threatening.
"Selma" is leading the film nominees at the NAACP Image Awards. The civil rights drama is up for eight trophies at the ceremony.
Mariachi El Bronx isn't from the Bronx, and they don't have a deep mariachi background. They're a former punk band - and the mariachi community loves them.
He's going to the film festival for the first time as a director with his movie about a misanthropic woman who is suddenly faced with a granddaughter in need.
The Des Moines Civic Center said Monday it notified ticket holders that they will receive a refund for the planned March 7 concert.
The actor has quickly made a name for himself in Hollywood. The next step: getting cast roles that aren't defined by race.
This weekend, comedians and programmers are uniting at Los Angeles's YouTube Space to make funny things together. It's called Comedy Hack Day, and now it's in L.A.
Rock wrote, directed and stars in "Top Five," the story of a marquee comedian who abandons his standup roots for blockbuster film glory.