Arts & Entertainment

Painter Kehinde Wiley's radical twist on classical portraits

Former Angeleno Kehinde Wiley is known for his radical reinterpretations of classical portraits. Here's a glimpse into his latest project.

Sochi Winter Olympics: Canada women beat US 3-2 in OT for gold

Shannon Szabados made 27 saves for Canada, which has won 20 straight in the Winter Games since the Nagano final in 1998.

Sochi Winter Olympics: American finishes 4th, Russia takes gold

Adelina Sotnikova gave Russia its first gold medal in women's Olympic figure skating. American Gracie Gold finished fourth.

Egypt's Oscar-nominated 'The Square' tells the story of unfinished revolution

Filmmakers spent more than two years recording the volatile events and created what has become the first Egyptian movie to be nominated for an Academy Award, "The Square."

Sochi Winter Olympics: Skier drops out, citing violence in Ukraine

Ukrainian skier Bogdana Matsotska has withdrawn from the Olympics in response to the deaths of anti-government protesters in her country.

Sochi Winter Olympics: American snowboarder, wife, both win for Russia

The edgy world of snowboarding took on a softer side Wednesday, weaving a Hollywood-ready story about love and marriage, gold and bronze and political intrigue.

Absent David Bowie steals show at Brit Awards

The British musician stole the show at Wednesday's Brit music awards without even showing up, while Arctic Monkeys took home two big trophies.

Sochi Winter Olympics: US tops Czechs 5-2, moves to hockey semis

Dustin Brown banged in a go-ahead goal late in the first period and the United States went on to dominate the Czech Republic 5-2 Wednesday.

Artist gets Asians parent and child to swap styles

A photographer asked young folks in Asia to swap garb with their older relatives. The project explores the way that cultural and generational divides can be seen.

Bette Midler to perform at Oscars for 1st time

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Midler's booking Wednesday. The show's producers declined to say what number she will perform.

Devo's Bob Casale dies from heart failure at 61

Bob Casale was a musician best know for his work with DEVO, a band which made a name for itself in the late 1970s.

What's it like to be a black, female director in Hollywood?

We turn to Angela Robinson, who has worked as a director and producer of some projects you might have heard of like The L Word and True Blood.

Fight over peanut butter pretzels creates a legal jam for Trader Joe's

There's a legal battle over who invented them, who gets to make them for Trader Joe's, and how TJ's own supply chain works.

Nestle recalls some of its Hot Pockets products

Nestle said Tuesday it is voluntarily recalling an unspecified number of "Philly Steak" and "Croissant Crust Philly Steak and Cheese" Hot Pockets products.

Review: Celebrate George Pal and his Puppetoons with new DVD set

Fans of "The Wrong Trousers" and "The Nightmare Before Christmas," watch "The Puppetoon Movie" to meet the ancestors of your favorite characters, and re-discover the legacy of George Pal.

Queen Victoria's private family photos on display in new Getty exhibit

We have our iPhones. Queen Victoria never learned to use a camera, but she had every important photographer in the realm on-call. Same result, though: a whole lot of pictures.