Arts & Entertainment
With VHS tapes degrading, most Americans' home videos from the '80s and '90s won't be viewable in a decade.
Photographer Nancy Borowick captured her parents' deep love and joy, even as they endured treatment for the cancers they knew would kill them.
Quidditch leapt from the screen to real-life muggle fields in 2005. It's grown big enough to have a major league.
My Neighbor Totoro has inspired a cult international following since its 1988 release. A theme park based on the movie is set to open in Japan in 2020.
Mike Sutter began vowed to eat at a different joint every day for a year. Six months in, he tacos about how it's going.
Elise Hu visits a South Korean animal cafe. Things don't go as smoothly as planned.
The artists have inspired each other for decades, and now they’ve finally made an album together.
Wonder Woman was on the verge of irrelevance until DC Comics writer and artist George Pérez got his hands on the character in 1986.
Critics are often dismissive of the artist's seemingly facile work, but collectors and museums around the world have made him an art world star.
For comedian Demetri Martin, art imitates life in his movie "Dean." The film follows a young artist who draws, much like his own collection of notebooks filled with random scribbles.
A Fresno sixth-grader was crowned champion, beating 290 spellers — many from California.
After the previous three National Spelling Bees ended in ties between two competitors, a tiebreaker was added for this year. It was nearly needed, but Ananya Vinay of Fresno, Calif., pulled out a win.
Lots of comedians are doing well in the current political climate. But the "Daily Show" correspondent is having an especially good year.
The La Jolla Playhouse hosts a workshop where veterans can brainstorm story ideas and use drama as a way to integrate back into civilian society.
Advance passes for the 2018 Coachella Music Festival go on sale Friday. With Beyoncé headlining, tickets are expected to sell out faster than usual.
It isn't officially summer yet, but it sure feels like it. Hit up a hot air balloon festival (with wine), gorge on some seriously fresh bread or shop away at an artisan market.