Monday, March 16, 2015
Chinese tourists are flocking to the remote Palau islands as China's growing number of rich seek new frontiers abroad, but not everyone in the Micronesian paradise is happy about it.
It's Saturday morning at Sha'are Shalom, but there aren't enough Jews gathered in the dim light of Jamaica's only synagogue to conduct a formal prayer service.
As the music industry debates the fallout from the “Blurred Lines” copyright verdict, Grammy-winning producer Jermaine Dupri finds himself sympathetic to both Pharrell and Marvin Gaye's family.
Sunday, March 15, 2015
Dazed parents wander the aisles of the Disney store in a manic search for the right Elsa dress or Anna doll, the endlessly repeated refrain of “Let It Go” ringing in their ears. Are they ready for another installment of “Frozen fever”?
Hailed as one of the greatest living composers, Pierre Boulez is earning worldwide praise as he approaches 90, even as he sometimes suffers in his native France from the idea that he is stern and dogmatic.
Harper Lee's literary agent says he was “surprised” that his client was believed a victim of elder abuse and asserted “categorically” that she was in “full possession of her mental faculties” and “delighted” about this summer's publication of her second novel.
For some movie buffs, showing Orson Welles' acclaimed film “Citizen Kane” at Hearst Castle is like having a screening of “Star Wars” on the Death Star.
With so many movie stars flocking to the small screen, Juliette Lewis, who has a long list of film credits including “Cape Fear” and “From Dusk Till Dawn,” says she resisted taking a TV role for a long time.
Iranian filmmakers, at home and in exile, are breaking free from restrictions — imposed both by their repressive government and by audience expectations — to form a creative wave that is increasingly winning attention internationally.