Bob Dylan’s so-called Christian period in the late '70s and early ’80s is the focal point for the next installment in the ongoing “Bootleg Series” of archival releases, with the deluxe box
Two young artists from the Mexican collective Tlacolulokos have created murals for L.A.'s Central Library, exploring indigenous culture and the common visual imagery between north and south.
The latest iteration of the franchise, which shifts toward the blatantly commercial, pits a teen ninja (voiced by Dave Franco) against his evildoer dad (Justin Theroux). Rating: 3 stars out of 4.
Aaron Paul, who played Jesse Pinkman on "Breaking Bad," announced wife Lauren Paul is pregnant.
A North Bay woman is among the finalists
for the $1M top prize on America's Got
NEW YORK — Former “Access Hollywood” and “Today” show personality Billy Bush has separated from wife Sydney Davis after nearly 20 years of marriage.
"Work" singer Rihanna introduced her cosmetics line to British fans amid London Fashion Week.
Kimmel says a health care bill co-sponsored by the Louisiana Republican fails the “Jimmy Kimmel test”
The 45-year-old actress says she misses playing Walford favourite Kat.
The actor and singer gives an emotional performance in honor of the fifth anniversary since Robin Roberts' received her bone marrow transplant.
Donors and recipients of bone marrow discuss the legacy that the "GMA" anchor has had on their lives, as she has openly discussed her health battle.
Halle Berry confirmed her relationship with music producer Alex Da Kid Tuesday on Instagram alongside a photo of the pair embracing each other.
Population boom, soaring rents, traffic. Seattle’s growth has affected everyone in the city — and that includes artists. For this year’s Fall Arts report, we surveyed art makers and leaders —
Former "Access Hollywood" and "Today" show personality Billy Bush has separated from wife Sydney Davis after nearly 20 years of marriage
Other shows playing on Wednesday include “Big Brother,” “MasterChef,” “The Good Place,” and more.
Picks range from ‘The Barber of Seville’ to two world premieres touching on the 1945 atomic blasts in Japan.
The city’s increased wealth equals more ticket holders, but the higher cost of living puts the squeeze on musicians.
From country to pop to jazz, there’s something to tempt your musical taste buds this autumn.
The high cost of living, changing demographics, even traffic are shaping the future of the city’s arts communities.
While business is generally steady, local music venues face threats from development and rent increases.