Sculptor Sir Anish Kapoor was named on Monday as this year's winner of the million-dollar Genesis Prize, awarded for commitment to Israel and Judaism, organisers said.
Auguste Rodin's sensuous piece "The Kiss" will, fittingly, form the core of an installation at Philadelphia's Rodin Museum centered on the theme of passion to mark the 100th anniversary of the French sculptor's death.
Fluff turns 100 this year, and the marshmallow concoction that has been smeared on a century's worth of schoolchildren's sandwiches has inspired a festival and other sticky remembrances.
Emily Estefan was so self-conscious about being the daughter of Cuban-born superstar Gloria Estefan that she avoided singing in front of anyone until she was 18. Then, one winter night at the family's Florida beach house, she finally sang for her mother. First she asked her to look away.
"Josie came to this city ... to have a good time and she is going to have it while she lasts," one madam advertised in a 1903 directory of Storyville, then New Orleans' flourishing legal red-light district.
Black Sabbath, the pioneers of heavy metal, ended their last-ever tour with a final concert in Birmingham, their home town where it all began nearly 50 years ago.
The Super Bowl halftime show is on Sunday. Someone maybe ought to tell Bruno Mars that.
An Iraqi graffiti artist has taken to the streets of the southern city of Basra to protest U.S. President Donald Trump's ban on visitors from seven Muslim-Majority countries. The ban was blocked Friday by a U.S. federal judge and while Trump denounced the judge and vowed to overturn the ruling, his government has so far complied.
David Beckham on Saturday blasted reports that he used his children's charity work to boost his public image and chances of getting a knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II.
U.S. President Donald Trump can't seem to bring himself to say "Hasta la vista, baby" to "Celebrity Apprentice."