Arts & Entertainment
The writer and producer isn't sure if recent violence around the nation will be addressed next season, but he's proven that he knows how to broach sensitive issues.
Summer is in full swing — that means blooming flowers, outdoor concerts and... mud? Here's to some real fun in the sun.
The state agency issued a historic number of grants this year. The increased funding comes as the state continues to invest more in the arts.
The mega-company already has film and TV divisions, and now it's adding to its content platform by delving into the ever-growing world of podcasts.
The singer-songwriter deftly makes social statements in a wide range of musical styles as part of his commitment to being an "artivist."
Writer/director Matt Ross found inspiration for "Captain Fantastic" story in his own upbringing as well as his experience as a parent.
After an opportunity to score an episode of "Pee-wee’s Playhouse" in the ‘80s, Martinez became hooked on writing music for the big and small screen.
The 27 year-old musician just released her debut full-length album, "Soul Eyes," on Blue Note Records after some early help from The Purple One.
"The BFG" was supposed to be the director's return to summer blockbuster success. Except hardly anybody came out to see it.
The Lumineers are among many artists frustrated by people on their mobile devices during performances. Their singer explains why they're asking fans to lock up their phones with a new technology.
Terms like “artisanal” and “farm-to-table” are used widely in our food-obsessed culture today. But what do those terms really mean?
Actress Noel Neill, who played Lois Lane on TV's The Adventures of Superman from 1953 to 1958, died over the weekend. Her take on Lois was unique and hugely influential.
One commenter called it "the Milli Vanilli of fireworks"; another stated, "current mood: disbelieving moon landing."
Friends had been unable to reach Cimino by phone for the last few days and called the police, who found him dead in his bed.
Elie Wiesel, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986, has died at the age of 87. "Night," his memoir about his time in Nazi concentration camps, has been translated into more than 30 languages.
Writer and humorist Garrison Keillor served up a bittersweet farewell for some 18,000 fans at the Hollywood Bowl as he hosted his final episode of "A Prairie Home Companion."