Saying "convenience store food" may make people think of spinning hot dogs by the counter, but places like 7-Eleven are expanding their hot food offerings in hopes of stealing customers away from fast-food chains.
David Lynch is reclining in his seat, a puckish grin playing occasionally on an otherwise inscrutable face as he offers parables about fishing and geese, like Jesus with a quiff.
They may not have lost themselves in the music or the moment but a judge and nine lawyers in a New Zealand courtroom did listen politely to Eminem's "Lose Yourself" as a copyright trial involving the country's ruling political party began Monday.
The Iraq war may not sound like musical comedy, but an off-Broadway revival is spinning intelligence failures and tragedy into a farce that offers potent messages for Donald Trump's America.
John Legend is expected on a Massachusetts college campus this week to receive a social justice award.
An exhibition in Milan is offering through the lens of 65 photographers an original look at the topic of immigration and the migrant crisis.
Indian cuisine is exuberant and vibrant, with an explosion of flavors that compliment and conflict with each other on the palate. Good Indian food, such as curry scooped up with some fresh naan, is worthy of devotion.
Done with a sauce that's also great for garlic bread.
On a scaffold several stories high beneath the dome of a Cairo church, Ayman William paints for the glory of God, unfazed by recent attacks against his fellow Coptic Christians in Egypt.
Jonathan Demme, the Oscar-winning director of "The Silence of the Lambs" whose four-decade career spanned a staggering array of work from romantic comedy and rock music to hard-hitting documentaries, died Wednesday. He was 73.