Arts & Entertainment
'90s nostalgia, a surreal comedy and the first Asian-American sitcom in 30 years: Vulture.com's Margaret Lyons gives her picks on what new shows to watch in 2015.
A look into one of the quirkiest museum shows in recent memory, which features a roaming dog, a sculpture shrouded in bees, and ants that are very particular about room temperature.
At their best, these movies want to move the audience to tears before bouncing a ray of hope at them. At their worst, these movies are about pain in the same way as Novocain.
Cameroonian Pascale Marthine Tayou considers himself a world artist, a cosmopolitan nomad, with so many influences that it’s hard to count them.
The five-story “Pope of Broadway” mural, painted by Eloy Torrez in 1985, is a landmark in downtown Los Angeles. Now it's getting restored.
Mystery Pier's unassuming location makes it a favorite spot for paparazzi-wary celebrities with a taste for the finest in antiquarian books and literature-related collectibles.
The musician has introduced a hi-res audio player that will compete with Sony for consumers who are true audiophiles.
Then filmmaker and his brother, Jay, created the HBO series to show people who are struggling in the entertainment business and reevaluating their lives.
San Francisco's bid to host the Olympics was tweaked Wednesday to have the opening and closing ceremonies and track-and-field events at a planned stadium in Oakland.
While some took a "the show must go on" approach, several late night hosts tried to grapple with the Paris attack and what it means for comedy.
When the leaders of the U.S. Olympic Committee meet Thursday, they'll be deciding on more than a city to put in the running to host the 2024 Summer Games.
The French magazine responded to a 2011 firebombing of its offices with a cover that showed a Muslim and an editor making out. Its lead editor was killed Wednesday.
Attorney Gloria Allred held a news conference Wednesday in L.A. with the women who described unwanted encounters with the comedian in L.A. and Las Vegas.
The delightful Croatian Oscar entry "Cowboys (Kauboji)" is a sort of "Waiting for Guffman" with a Croat twist.
The singer/songwriter received critical acclaim for her first-ever score, which is an eerie backdrop to the strange behavior of Scarlett Johansson’s character.
Who are the biggest surprises and "must see" acts on the festival's roster? We breakdown the poster with Philip Cosores of the music website Consequence of Sound.