Arts & Entertainment
The teenagers were competing for one of the most prestigious prizes for young actors in American theater, but they were also finding their artistic voice.
The crowd was underwhelmed in its response until team owner Steve Ballmer announced that fans would receive a free pair of red Converse sneakers if he could successfully dunk.
Jo Miller was a staff writer on "The Daily Show" until Samantha Bee was offered a show by TBS. Then Bee tapped Miller to run that show, "Full Frontal."
The environment, sexual abuse and financial corruption were all taken up by Academy Award winners, but host Chris Rock put #OscarsSoWhite front and center.
The Dolby Theatre ceremony stands at the center of a swirling storm over diversity in the movies and at the Oscars, with protests planned near the red carpet.
In an underdog win for a movie about an underdog profession, the newspaper drama "Spotlight" took best picture at the 88th Academy Awards.
The organization plans to increase diversity after criticism of a very white cast of nominees. A big difference in how some members feel about the changes is based on how they view the Academy's role.
The man, 31-year-old William Morarity, managed to get screener versions of the two movies while he was working on a studio lot, according to the department.
Morricone is up for the Best Original Score at this Sunday's Oscars for "The Hateful Eight" — which could be his first win — but he's been creating memorable movie music since the '50s.
Creating costumes for a movie about a trans character in 1920s Europe posed a unique challenge for Spanish costume designer Paco Delgado.
The band teamed up with a Russian airline to shoot their new music video — complete with aerialists and paint balloons — in zero gravity.
Behold: Five great things you should do in Southern California this week, from art to food to music to an adventure we'll call "the Wild Card," from the makers of the 5 Every Day app.
Marc Friedland is a veteran stationery designer who's designed the gold-leafed, quarter-pound envelopes and cards for the Academy since 2011.
Larsen, along with her late husband Bill and brother-in-law Milt, took an old Hollywood Mansion and transformed it into the Magic Castle.
The Oscars gives the Los Angeles economy a huge bump, and a growing group of Angelenos are cashing in.
The all-white field of Oscar nominees is prompting calls to promote diversity in filmmaking. But decades ago, L.A. was home to an ambitious program to do just that.