Arts & Entertainment
For Esterio Segura, the possibility of easier travel between Cuba and the U.S. means having his voice heard through art.
The film also earned nearly $3 million through screenings at 331 theaters. The comedy that was pulled from widespread release following threats was rented or bought more than 2 million times.
The big problem is that Marshall isn't nearly ruthless enough in rethinking "Into the Woods" as an honest-to-God movie.
The New York Public Library recently came upon a box of questions posed to the library from the 1940s to the '80s — an era when humans consulted other humans for answers to their daily questions.
Despite a host of fresh arrivals, splashy holiday fare like "Unbroken" and "Into the Woods" proved no match for "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies."
Magazines of all stripes are struggling to negotiate the digital age — but writer Juan Vidal finds hope for the future of reading in the pages of his favorite new literary magazines.
The film, about a 1965 voting rights march, stands out for its focus on black characters, including some of the movement's lesser-known organizers, and the way it humanizes Martin Luther King Jr.
The social media giant's "Year in Review" app has upset some who prefer to forget 2014's unpleasant memories.
With the new year fast approaching, here's a look back at the most popular stories on KPCC.org this year. Do you have a favorite KPCC story?
The famed musician died Wednesday evening at a Panama City hospital. His wife said he had been in declining health in recent years. The couple lived in Panama City.
The outage began on Christmas. Microsoft's Xbox Live, which had also gone down, is back online, but the company says some applications aren't fully functioning.
The silence of Sony's Tokyo headquarters over the hoopla surrounding Sony Pictures Entertainment's "The Interview" underscores the divide between the Japanese parent company and its U.S.-led subsidiary.
The film took in just over $1 million in ticket sales from 331 locations showing it on Christmas day.
Nutmeg is a feel-good holiday spice. But it once caused serious bloodshed and may have even been a reason the Dutch were willing to part with Manhattan in the 1600s.
While some leaked Sony emails seemed racist, NPR TV critic Eric Deggans says they hint at a wider issue: an acceptance of practices, habits and perceptions that limit diversity in Hollywood.
The software used in the Sony data breach is available on the underground market. This makes it easier for criminals to execute an attack but harder to identify the perpetrators.