Arts & Entertainment
"The Truth Booth" and a melting ice sculpture titled "The American Dream" are just two of the art projects taking place during the GOP gathering in Cleveland this week.
The singer/songwriter Perla Batalla and playwright Oliver Mayer believe there is more to say about the iconic Mexican artist, who died in 1954 at the age of 47.
Irwin helped establish the Light and Space movement in California, but his latest project is at the minimalist art mecca founded by Donald Judd in the small town of Marfa.
With the changes, the performing arts center hopes to create a "town square" that will draw in people of all ethnic and economic backgrounds.
After a dozen years of arriving at work every weekday at midnight, Montagne says she's ready to try something new. She will become a special correspondent on "Morning Edition."
Los Angeles is awash in terrific homegrown ice cream and gelato makers. Here's the scoop on where to get the sweet stuff.
The L.A. native recounts his memorable career — from performing with his idols on national TV to being groomed for rock stardom by Frank Zappa.
'Through Positive Eyes,' an exhibit of 145 photos, is opening in Durban as the International AIDS Conference begins.
Comic books have increasingly diverse characters, but mainstream creators remain predominantly white. The Museum of Latin American Art is giving Latino creators the spotlight.
The Broadway icon plays Edith Beale, an aunt of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, who lived out her days with her daughter in a ramshackle house in East Hampton.
Spoiler alert: We found a couple of rare Pokémon — and a lot of beautiful public art with no artist or title information provided.
Whether or not Pokemon Go is your motivation for getting out of the house this weekend, try these suggestions for things to do — everything from a Hello Kitty Cafe to a hot sauce expo. Catch them all!
Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields are the showrunners of the FX drama "The Americans" which until today was partially defined by being the "best show no one watched" and a show that never got love from the Emmys.
The film was plagued by Internet trolls complaining about its all-female lead cast, but writer Katie Dippold tried not to let the noise get to her.
The studio has settled a class action suit that alleged the studio was getting free labor for work usually done by paid employees.
Amanda Mofield got an Emmy nomination for her work as a hairstylist on the Comedy Central series. She and her team sometimes had to design dozens of looks for a single sketch.