Saturday, December 21, 2013
The suspension of TV personality Phil Robertson of A&E's hit reality show “Duck Dynasty” for making anti-gay comments has sparked a politically charged debate about religion and tolerance while casting doubt on the series' future.
Disney delves into its own history in “Saving Mr. Banks,” a movie about the difficult birth of the classic film “Mary Poppins,” wrenched from a tale by a reluctant British author.
A Vincent Van Gogh painting that has been hidden away at a Virginia estate for decades will have a new home at the National Gallery of Art.
Harry Potter is coming to the stage.
Friday, December 20, 2013
Taiwanese pop superstar A-mei, an advocate for the legalization of same-sex marriage, will hold a concert in Taipei Sunday to show her support for such unions in Taiwan.
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Ray Price, one of country music's most popular and influential singers and bandleaders who had more than 100 hits and was one of the last living connections to Hank Williams, died Monday. He was 87.
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Advance ticket sales for an upcoming exhibition that will introduce Taiwanese audiences to masterpieces by the maestro of light, Johannes Vermeer, were launched yesterday.
For the past three decades, Brazilian telenovelas have helped Cubans forget their litany of woes for an hour a day. But today, dozens of South Korean soap operas are earning wide audiences.
Director James Cameron announced Monday he will film three sequels to the record-breaking sci-fi blockbuster “Avatar” in New Zealand after striking a deal with the government for increased production subsidies.
Oscar-winning actress Joan Fontaine, whose film career was marked by a long-running rivalry with her sister, Olivia de Havilland, died on Sunday at age 96 at her home in Carmel, California, Hollywood's two trade publications reported.