Saturday, February 21, 2015
The Oscar-nominated film “The Imitation Game” may fudge some of the facts and amp up the drama to appeal to Hollywood audiences, but there's still a lot the film gets right about the Allied effort to crack the German armed forces' sophisticated communications code during World War II, says the owner of one of America's largest collections of Enigma encryption machines used by the Nazis.
Doctors have replaced Bobbi Kristina Brown's breathing tube with a tube usually used for patients who need to be on a ventilator for an extended period, a person close to the family said Thursday.
Britpop rockers Blur announced on Thursday they were to release their first album since 2003, inspired by the band's time in Hong Kong and singer Damon Albarn's trip to North Korea.
Friday, February 20, 2015
The Year of the Horse brought catastrophic international air accidents, brutal terror attacks, global political upheaval, a resurgent Ebola virus and war — and, in Hong Kong, large-scale civil unrest.
New York's Metropolitan Opera aims to reach a wider audience as it steps up live broadcasts to cinemas around the world during an upcoming season that features six new productions.
On Lake Tanganyika, a century-old relic of World War I that became the stuff of Hollywood legend still plies the slate-grey waters — but it is not clear for how much longer.
A fight and stabbing outside a bar early Wednesday left one member of Nicki Minaj's tour dead and another in critical condition. The tour members had flown into Philadelphia for rehearsals two days earlier, Minaj wrote on Twitter.
Thursday, February 19, 2015
Facebook? Of course. Books? Definitely not. Video games? For sure. Sport? No way. Speed? Yes. Patience? Not so much.
Veteran MTV executive Van Toffler says that he's leaving the network where he's worked for almost 28 years.
It sounds screwy and yet here it is — a hip-hop-based musical on Alexander Hamilton, the first treasury secretary of the United States. Over-hyped? Perhaps.