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Burned the turkey? You're in good company. Even accomplished chefs have suffered unsalvageable meal messes. Ruth Reichl, Jaques Pepin and Pati Jinich share their stories.
Sure, you can go shopping, watch a game, or go ham on some leftover turkey. But ask any local: Los Angeles — world class city that it is — offers much, much more.
The lawsuit claims the Porsche Carrera GT that Walker was riding lacked safety features that could have prevented the actor's death.
The actor plays Einar Wegener, who gets gender reassignment surgery and becomes Lili Elbe in the film, "The Danish Girl."
The classic Midwestern casserole, which turns 60 this year, has come to mean more than just a mashup of processed food. Even those who grew up with it but can't abide it admit: It tastes like home.
As a successful producer and former studio executive, Nina Jacobson is out to debunk longstanding assumptions about women in the film industry.
The pioneering computer scientist helped build Pixar into the empire it is today, but he understands the need to constantly innovate.
The romantic drama set in the 1950s leads the pack with six nominations followed by Beasts of No Nation and Spotlight, which each received five nods.
Thanksgiving by the beach? How about a turkey dinner and a comedy show? Here's a list of where to eat and what to do on Thanksgiving.
Simon Kilmurry, executive director of the International Documentary Association, says documentaries have an "obligation to be accurate and as truthful" as they can be.
The "Rocky" movies have united three generations of 'Creed' director Ryan Coogler's family, who watched them for inspiration during their own struggles.
Pixar was the first studio to release a computer-animated feature. The company's commitment to storytelling is key to its success.
Mitch Edelson, whose family owns several nightclubs in L.A., talks about how their venues will handle security in the wake of the terrorist episode at a concert venue in France.
Every year that "MADtv" was on air, it was on the verge of being canceled. The cast felt overlooked by Fox, but that gave them a lot of creative freedom.
The director's new movie, "Carol," is about a love affair between two women and it stars Cate Blanchett. Haynes says the lack of female lead roles is a "head-scratcher."