Arts & Entertainment
The author has written the popular sci-fi comics "Saga" and "Y: The Last Man." He uses the genre to talk about serious issues such as immigration, the Cold War and fatherhood.
Whether you're hosting family or flying solo, there's plenty to do this Thanksgiving weekend — including ways to walk off all those extra calories afterward.
Chef Mike Isabella, a renowned restaurateur, has devised some delectable spinoffs of traditional turkey accompaniments, while staying true to classic roots.
Take Two's Alex Cohen speaks with psychologist Elaine Rodino for some advice on how to make the best of a Thanksgiving alone.
Roy Lichtenstein very well might have seen himself as a great artist who was also commercial. Just like his key inspiration, the humble, stirring comics of his youth.
The singer-songwriter has made it her life’s work to study the regional music of the United States, and that fit perfectly with playwright Quiara Alegría Hudes' story.
In this episode, Jóhannsson breaks down a piece from the score called “Heptapod B,” and how, like the film, his music revolves around the concept of language.
The New York Times chief theater critic Ben Brantley initially did not agree with the cast of "Hamilton" addressing the Vice President-elect in the audience, but then he changed his mind.
Before you break out the eating pants, consider entering a Turkey Trot and burn some calories before you stuff your face.
Pence was met with boos and cheers as he came to see the show. After, the cast and crew delivered a pointed statement.
Jones, known for fronting The Dap-Kings, had been fighting pancreatic cancer since 2013.
Comic shops around the world want fanboys and fangirls to check out a store near them.
A big-voiced soul singer who performed with high energy onstage has died in New York after battling pancreatic cancer. Sharon Jones was 60.
The Irish actress co-stars in the film about the Virginia couple convicted in 1959 when interracial marriage was a crime in that state. Their case led to a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision.
The fashion designer is stitching together an impressive filmmaking career. His second movie, "Nocturnal Animals," tells a story that he relates to deeply.
"Letter to a Man" is the one-man show starring Mikhail Baryshnikov based on the memoir of another famous Russian dancer who struggled with schizophrenia.