Arts & Entertainment
The minimalist musician Brian Eno composed “Music for Airports" in 1987, where background music was the center piece. Bang on a Can will perform the piece for the first time in the U.S. at the San Diego International Airport.
Talking pop culture and the people who trended this week with Sean Rameswaram of WNYC and Soraya Nadia McDonald of the Washington Post.
The new film 'I Smile Back' features actress Sarah Silverman taking on a role that is a dramatic departure from her usual, comic turns.
What are you going to be for Halloween? The dreaded question that gets more irritating every year.
We've curated a list of cheapish events to get you out of the house. Here's everything you need to know.
As the island nation forges a new relationship with the U.S., artists continue making work as they brace for change.
The new wave music icon talks about how he got his start in scoring for television, working with a variety of directors, and how important score actually is to TV and film.
Little Julia stars in the digital storybook called "We're Amazing, 1,2,3."
The film's screenwriter, Abi Morgan, and director, Sarah Gavron, talk about the hidden history of the British women who used violence to get the right to vote.
China is the second biggest movie market in the world, so Disney's working hard to bring audiences there up to speed on "Star Wars."
Singers and musicians from Southern California mixed sounds and traditions with a group of Pakistani musicians who were here for a weeklong residency.
U.S. District Judge Christina A. Snyder ruled the heir of an Egyptian composer did not have the right to pursue a copyright infringement claim.
The comedian's appearance as host in 2005 was the second-highest rated ceremony of the past decade, topped only by Ellen DeGeneres.
The celebration marks the date that Marty McFly, Emmett "Doc" Brown and Jennifer Parker traveled from 1985 to 2015 in the sci-fi film trilogy's second installment in 1989.
Captured Aural Phantasy Theater is the only troupe with permission to perform stories from notoriously sexy and gory EC Comics, and they're doing it at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater.
Hawley says the Coens have an "amazing library of ideas and characters," which helped as he put his own stamp on their 1996 dark comedy.