Arts & Entertainment
In it, you play a strung out, deadline-skipping science fiction writer who spends his days struggling to write and hallucinating.
Paula Fairfield uses animal noises, including turtles having sex, for Drogon's sound design. She also uses her dog's nose whistling.
A new four-volume collection has captured the efforts of 320 artists who advance the art culture in the Golden State.
As soon as mankind invented walled and roofed dwellings, men and women wanted to cover the walls and floors of their homes and palaces with beautiful pictures of their favorite stories.
In the would-be sport with a new, California-based league, men and a few women fly remote-controlled drones against competitors at up to 60 mph.
It's Kentucky Derby Day, when the mint-infused cocktail reigns supreme. The mint is a must, but these days everything from brandy to gin and Champagne can sub for the whiskey.
At the company's NewFronts presentation in New York, the company's CEO boasted about the website's enormous user base and continued to court advertisers.
The veteran comedian plays Christine Baskets, the mother of identical twins played by Zach Galifianakis, on the FX show, "Baskets."
Before John Roberts landed the role of Linda Belcher, he starred in a series of viral videos in which he imitated his mom — dressed in a frizzy red wig and her clothing.
A memorial to honor Prince is scheduled for Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. on the Spring Street steps of City Hall, with performers including the Time and Faith Evans.
The O-1B visa program is being increasingly used by Hollywood, and it's being compared to a fast pass for the immigration process.
A new generation of students is demanding more focus on real world skills before they graduate.
This Saturday is Free Comic Book Day. It comes as comic books become more diverse on the page, while also drawing a more diverse audience.
Anthony and Joe Russo had to manage many different storylines and character dynamics to turn a political storyline into one of the biggest blockbusters of the year.
Artists are increasingly using social media and multimedia experiences to generate excitement for their new releases. It's a trend you can expect to see more.
It's Mother's Day weekend, but you can also honor Prince with a party at City Hall, pick up some DIY goods at a craft fair, get lit at an indie bookfest and dance like Queen Bey.