Arts & Entertainment
For this Sandwich Monday, NPR tries the Pizza Cake, which is a fancy way of saying "a bunch of pizzas stacked on top of each other."
Filmmaker Genevieve Bailey spent six years traveling the world to ask 11 year olds in 15 countries what they care about. The results are funny, surprising and heartwarming.
As the show launches its 26th season, we go inside the yellow halls and cluttered work stations of the people who bring Springfield to life, plus a look at Sunday's weird couch gag.
The movie premieres at the Catalina Film Festival on Saturday. It tackles racism by weaving together the real-life stories of four American college students.
As classic sitcom Gilligan's Island celebrates its 50th birthday, NPR TV critic Eric Deggans says it is a show loved by fans despite widely acknowledged mediocrity.
When a rock quarry shuts down, sometimes it becomes a swimming hole, a nuisance, or an eyesore. But in Los Angeles, an abandoned quarry can turn into the Bat Cave.
The FAA recently approved six companies to use drones on film sets. Previously, filmmakers could only use that technology outside the U.S.
The Global Citizen Festival is live in New York (and on TV) on Saturday. The superstar-studded event is designed to encourage concertgoers to care about the issues.
It seems inevitable that if the movie comes back, they'll be looking for ways to extend the brand. Fortunately, we've got some ideas.
It's been 13 years since the director and actor worked together on "Training Day" — surprising given that their collaboration garnered Washington a Best Actor Oscar.
An Asian American theater troupe, called Artists at Play, is staging a production about a topic that's hardly ever talked about in their community: Mental illness.
Put down your computer and close that tablet. We're making the most of our precious time off with free art, amazing food and delicious beer.
Skip E. Lowe, whose long-running public-access cable TV show gave him a cult following and provided inspiration for Martin Short's unctuous, has died.
John Rabe talks with Petros Papadakis, former singing waiter, captain of the USC football team, English major, color commentator and co-host of sports radio's Petros and Money.
A few recent stories that have mishandled cultural history are a good reminder that the familiarity of a subject doesn't reduce its importance.
A documentary, "I Am Eleven," looking at the world through the eyes of 11-year-olds in 15 countries. The filmmaker says age 11 is when you’re most passionate and optimistic.