Arts & Entertainment
Natalie Portman is getting Oscar buzz for "Jackie" but she says the best part of awards season is getting to spend time with other actresses, something she rarely gets to do while working because most films lack more than one role for women.
Actress Zooey Deschanel and singer/songwriter M. Ward have released six albums together, and their latest is their second holiday record, "Christmas Party."
For playwright Alena Smith, the anxieties of being an artist are similar to the effects of global warming, which is the subject of her new play.
Joe Esposito, right-hand man to Elvis Presley has died in his Calabasas home. Esposito spent decades as Presley's close friend and road manager.
Mario is officially jumping (out of a pipe) into Universal Studios theme parks worldwide, including Southern California's Universal Studios Hollywood.
The Binge, our guide to the best movies and television shows you should be streaming.
Get lit at these destinations, which will hopefully leave you glowing with the holiday spirit.
"The Haunted Ceiling" languished unread for decades — but the author's handwriting gave it away.
The prolific character actor best known for his role as detective Ron Harris, died Friday of respiratory failure.
Jack London died 100 years ago, worn out from drink, disease and overwork — but he left behind a prolific body of work.
The hockey team unveiled a monument depicting key players and moments from its half-century history.
Amaro is a digestive aid in Italy. Now, this centuries-old, bittersweet liqueur has become popular in American cocktails.
Olivia Newton John will perform before the floats, marching bands and celebs begin making their way down Hollywood Blvd.
There's evidence our canine pals have aspects of "episodic memory," allowing them to relive experiences and events.
In Stars Hollow, single mom Lorelai is now pushing 50 and her once teenage daughter, Rory, is a grown, published writer.
The 82-year-old actress starred in the popular 1970s sitcom about a blended family with six kids.