Sunday, August 17, 2014
Bubbling with optimism and energy, the U.S. physician who was the inspiration for the Robin Williams film “Patch Adams” will do anything to elicit a soothing laugh.
Money and memorabilia from Johnny Cash's family and friends have helped historians restore a significant part of the Historic Dyess Colony, a government collective built to pull Depression-era families out of poverty.
Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard of country dude duo Florida Georgia Line know all eyes on Music Row are on them as they prepare to release their second album, “Anything Goes,” on Oct. 14.
Created as an act of resistance to the siege of the city during the 1992-1995 Bosnian war, the Sarajevo Film Festival opens on Friday to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
Saturday, August 16, 2014
Robin Williams's death has confronted Hollywood once more with the troubles haunting some of its stars, despite the movie industry's efforts to improve mental health support for its employees.
The literary executor of George Orwell's estate is accusing Amazon.com of committing an Orwellian crime: doublespeak.
Call it Golden Globes Lite. Only instead of trophies, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association handed out nearly US$2 million in grants to nonprofit groups.
Peter Capaldi knew he was in New York on Thursday the minute he stepped out of a classic yellow cab that drove him to the premiere of “Doctor Who.”
Friday, August 15, 2014
Emigdio Vasquez, whose bold use of color, exacting brush skills and uncanny ability to capture everyday people in dramatic moments made him one of the most influential pioneers of the Chicano art movement, has died in California. He was 75.
Dutch conductor Frans Brueggen, a musician once recognized as one of the world's finest recorder players, has died at his Amsterdam home, his orchestra announced on Wednesday. He was 79.