Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Julie Andrews' next memoir will tell the backstory of “Mary Poppins,” “The Sound of Music” and other beloved works during her years as one of the world's most popular entertainers.
The “Memoirs of a Porcupine,” the “Confessions of the Lioness” and the lessons from the Sahara desert are just some of the titles and themes explored by the four authors from Africa who are among 10 finalists for the Man Booker International Prize.
Hollywood megastar Angelina Jolie announced Tuesday that she has had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed over fears of a hereditary form of cancer, following her double mastectomy two years ago.
It will be music to the ears of many — buskers who know only three tunes will be politely urged to move on after finishing their repertoire under a new code of conduct published in London on Monday.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Sean Penn's “The Gunman” was no match for the rebel kids of “Insurgent.”
Actress Kerry Washington, director Roland Emmerich, the film “The Imitation Game” and television shows “Transparent” and “How to Get Away With Murder” have received stamps of approval from a leading advocacy group for gays in the media.
Swiss artist Hans Erni, whose prolific work ranged from tiny postage stamps to enormous frescoes, has died, his daughter said Sunday. He was 106.
Glistening signs, flashing lights and non-stop tinkling lure scores of tourists in Budapest to Europe's largest pinball museum, where a passionate collector is bent on reviving the once-popular pastime.
Japanese-Korean actor Daisuke Ryu, who is visiting Taiwan to film director Martin Scorsese's new historical drama “Silence,” allegedly attacked a Taiwanese immigration official at the airport on Saturday.
Sunday, March 22, 2015
Some 10,000 people gathered at Mont Saint-Michel in northern France on Friday to watch what has been billed as “the high tide of the century” wash around the picturesque landmark.