Saturday, September 19, 2015
Over the years Tintin has battled spies, climbed the Himalayas and traveled to the moon but the intrepid Belgian boy reporter now faces what could be his biggest adventure yet -- an opera.
Will blood-splattered fantasy epic "Game of Thrones" finally take home top television honors, or will voters instead offer sentimental favorite "Mad Men" and its retro-cool advertising execs a golden send-off?
Singing superstar Elton John said Thursday he still wanted to talk to Russian President Vladimir Putin about gay rights after he was duped by an imposter.
Buffalo Wild Wings will stop airing TV commercials featuring comedian Steve Rannazzisi, who said this week that he lied about being in the World Trade Center during the Sept. 11 attacks.
"London Fields" was pulled Thursday from the Toronto International Film Festival after the director sued the producers, saying they altered the movie and added offensive imagery about Islam and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Friday, September 18, 2015
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei and British sculptor Anish Kapoor staged a symbolic walk through London in solidarity with the world's refugees on Thursday with blankets slung across their shoulders.
The city's science museum already was hosting a blockbuster exhibit of Lego sculptures and preparing to unveil a huge display of Holy See treasures for the pope's visit when administrators got a serendipitous inquiry.
Thursday, September 17, 2015
If we look to television for more than entertainment -- and let's face it, we do -- then Sunday's Emmy Awards ceremony will have something for everyone.
Agatha Christie fans have descended on her hometown of Torquay on the English Riviera for the 125th anniversary of the murder master's birth on Tuesday as the crime novel enjoys a global revival.