A sculpture of a kneeling Hitler and two rare Fauve period paintings are among the offerings at the impressionist, modern and contemporary evening art auctions in New York next week.
Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" has opened to audiences in the Gaza Strip, albeit with a distinctly Palestinian twist.
In conservative Jerusalem, the last thing you might expect to find in the cramped back of a bar is a clutch of amateur drag queens railing against political and religious taboos.
A horse is ridden to the track for a workout at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, Thursday, May 5. The 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby is scheduled for Saturday, May 7.
Comedian Arsenio Hall on Thursday filed a US$5 million libel suit against Irish singer Sinead O'Connor who alleged on Facebook that he provided drugs for decades to late pop icon Prince.
Was a California doctor acting legally when he sent his son to Prince's home with a drug often used to treat people addicted to opiates such as prescription painkillers?
The spring art auction season kicks off Sunday in New York with paintings by Jean-Michel Basquiat and Cy Twombly and a taboo-smashing statue of Hitler.
Two-time Oscar winner Jodie Foster was awarded a star on Hollywood Boulevard's Walk of Fame on Wednesday -- and revealed she was banned from the glitzy thoroughfare as a child.
Berlin Philharmonic's chief conductor Sir Simon Rattle, center, speaks at the press conference shortly after his arrival in Taipei, Thursday, May 5. The live concerts held on May 7 and 8 will be the fourth time the world-leading orchestra has performed in Taiwan.
Rumer Willis says those who feel the need to digitally edit her photos in an effort to improve her looks are participating in a "form of bullying."