Lois Duncan was perhaps best-known for her pioneering suspense novels that captivated more than one generation of young readers, including "I Know What You Did Last Summer," which became a movie with a sequel.
Kate Hudson has taken advantage of a break in the filming of her next movie to play tourist at Niagara Falls.
The news that no die-hard "Hamilton" fan -- or anyone who hasn't seen the Broadway smash yet -- wants to hear has arrived: Lin-Manuel Miranda, its creator and star, is leaving the show this summer. But he promises to return "again and again."
Anthony D'Amato's work has been compared to Bruce Springsteen, Simon & Garfunkel and early Bob Dylan, and while those are lofty invocations -- and there's really only one early Dylan -- the comparisons have some validity.
Chef Alon Shaya's unlikely love affair with Louisiana started years ago.
Streaming-only tracks from services such as Apple Music and Spotify will be considered for next year's Grammy Awards for the first time, organizers announced on Thursday.
The chair on which France's most notorious writer, the Marquis de Sade, wrote his most shocking work goes under the hammer in Paris Wednesday with nearly 100 of his rare surviving manuscripts.
Abu Dhabi's Louvre museum has been surrounded by seawater in a major step toward completion of the ambitious project, the developer said Tuesday.
The U.N. agency promoting gender equality and the empowerment of women appointed Academy Award-winning actress Anne Hathaway as a global goodwill ambassador on Wednesday, calling her a longstanding supporter of women's and girls' rights.
LONDON -- Canadian novelist and poet Margaret Atwood has won the PEN Pinter Prize for her work championing environmental causes.