Arts & Entertainment
Conservators restored the Starship Enterprise model from the original "Star Trek" series, and it goes on display at the Smithsonian this week.
The filmmaker approached making the movie the way a graduate student might take on a dissertation — through years and years of research and studying.
Lampooning movies — new and old — is a way of life for everyone who graduated from “Mystery Science Theater 3000." They've spawned offspring, and now planned a reunion and a revival.
A second lawsuit that alleged Cinemark did not do enough to prevent the 2012 massacre at a cineplex in Aurora has failed. What does this mean for theater security?
Filmmaker George Lucas wants to open his own museum, but seems the force is not in Chicago.
A politically charged BET Awards delivered an exciting night of tributes for Prince and Muhammad Ali between calls for action over gun violence, civil rights and presidential politics.
For many viewers, it's less about the competition and more about the performances, especially the star-studded Prince tribute.
Even if you don't know his name, you've probably heard Worrell's work. He helped shape the sound of the band Parliament-Funkadelic and contributed to scores of albums as a studio musician.
The original sartorialist, Cunningham worked at the Times for almost 40 years, capturing the fashion trends of the day with a timeless eye.
The two-day convention wants to redefine the cat lady stereotype — which makes sense because nearly a third of attendees are men.
This weekend, the men of Mano a Mano launch their first U.S. tour, performing Cuban classics and pop hits with the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles.
The top bid in Friday's auction was $20,000 for a pair of Nike Air Jordan sneakers given to Houston by NBA great Michael Jordan.
What do Donald Trump, Rihanna, Caitlyn Jenner and Bill Cosby have in common? They all appear in Kanye West's newest video "Famous," which features the music star naked in a huge bed with his wife, Kim Kardashian.
Dozens of participants who were hoping to conquer their fears by walking over hot coals at a Dallas seminar were instead treated for burns at a hospital.
John Rabe talks with Off-Ramp commentator Milton Love, a marine biologist at UCSB, about the accuracy in Pixar's animated movies — and why Dory might have brain parasites.
The actress, singer, and entertainer juggles producing and acting in her show "Shades of Blue," performing a residency in Las Vegas, and being a mother of two.