Arts & Entertainment
"The Homesman" is solid, disturbing stuff for the most part, and a film that lingered in my mind far longer than many a more perfect creation ever could.
The "Serial" podcast is all that the media-obsessed can think about right now. Here's why, along with a look at the best "Serial" parodies.
America’s national parks will offer free admission on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, to celebrate those who have served in the United States military.
The jazz legend is chairman of the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz. The group's annual competition — this year for trumpeters — wraps up this weekend in Los Angeles
"Birdman" - the latest work from Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu - is a very different movie in many ways... including its score.
Now that you've come down from your Halloween candy high, get ready to enjoy another weekend full of food, film and festivals.
"It’s a lucid imaginative mounting of one of the greatest plays of all time — a play that remains, after more than four centuries, as terribly accessible as ever."
The new "Star Wars" movie has finished principal photography — and has a new name. Fans responded with, of course, jokes. We've got the best ones.
The streaming service reportedly plans to adapt "A Series of Unfortunate Events" into a TV show..
The bequest from L.A. businessman Jerry Perenchio — with an estimated value of $500 million —has one big string attached: the museum must first complete its planned overhaul of the Miracle Mile campus.
Comedian Artie Lange had a scheduled appearance on Comedy Central's "@midnight" canceled after making racially-charged remarks about an ESPN host on Twitter.
From rapper to entrepreneur — how Tyler, The Creator went from starting his own hip-hop collective to running his own carnival event.
From Oscar hopefuls to groundbreaking foreign dramas, we break down the top movies to see at this year's AFI Festival.
Both comedy shows aired live, election-themed episodes Tuesday. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans says the broadcasts showed the limits of news-tinged satire.
Minnie Driver is joining the cast of NBC's "Peter Pan Live!" She will play the character Wendy Darling as an adult and narrate the musical, the network said.
The donation is being made by former Univision owner Jerry Perenchio, whose collection includes work by several European masters.