Arts & Entertainment
To mark 50 years of "A Charlie Brown Christmas" airing on American televisions, our readers are sharing photos and memories of Christmas trees.
This week on Tuesday Reviewsday, our weekly new music segment, journalist Steve Hochman joins us to talk about the latest from Willie Nelson, Bessie Smith and more.
Boots from a Guatemalan village. A basket woven in Rwanda. Kenyan soda cans that became cool cuffs. Money spent on these and other items provides a better life for artisans.
During the course of his long career, Keys played with everyone from John Lennon to Eric Clapton, but it was work with the Stones for which he was most famous.
Sony Pictures got hack, we get a taste of the new Star Wars movie and much more this week in "On The Lot," our weekly peek behind the scenes in Hollywood.
"The Complete Far Side" has every strip ever syndicated and should probably come with a warning: "Caution: reading this book may result in hyperventilation from uncontrollable laughter."
The actress and her producing partner, Bruna Papandrea, talk "Wild" and how they're on the hunt for more interesting and challenging stories and scripts.
Following the hack — which compelled the studio to shut down its email and other systems — at least five of the studio's feature films appeared on file-sharing sites.
The board chair says the 77-year-old entertainer does not want to be a distraction in the midst of more than a dozen sexual-assault allegations.
Insomniac, the festival's organizer, said it would start selling three-day passes at noon PST Monday. Tickets start at $329.
As Auntie Mame said, "Life's a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death!" So make room for these four holiday events.
A dozen nativity scenes that have lined Euclid Avenue in Ontario, California during the holiday season for more than 50 years have been restored.
The Canadian-born poet was known for his wit and introspection. He also won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry and Yale University's Bollingen Prize.
Roberto Gómez Bolaños changed comedy in Latin America, taking his inspiration from Laurel and Hardy and Mexico's other transcendent comedian who made it to Hollywood, Cantinflas.
Scott Stapp, lead singer of the Grammy-winning band said in a video posted on his Facebook page Wednesday that he's living in a hotel, an upgrade from living in his car.
University officials had asked Cosby to step down as an honorary co-chairman of their $300 million fundraising campaign and Cosby agreed.