Matt Walsh, who has portrayed the gaffe-prone White House press secretary on HBO, has some advice for Sean Spicer, the man who holds the job in real life.
The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism expressed its deep disappointment in how a music, art and culture festival imploded, leaving hundreds stranded and angry.
Late-night TV star Samantha Bee was pulling in celebrities for the first Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner on Saturday — a tongue-in-cheek p
Organizers of the ill-fated Fyre Festival have promised disappointed partygoers full refunds and VIP passes to next year's event.
Organizers of the ill-fated Fyre Festival have promised disappointing partygoers full refunds and VIP passes to next year's event.
Its popularity is undeniable, but the hit Netflix series 13 Reasons Why is facing increasing criticism for its depiction of teen suicide.
Tehran, April 29, IRNA - Vice President and head of Environmental Protection Organization Masoumeh Ebtekar said on Saturday that Iran and Japan environment delegations are to visit Ahvaz this Monday
Shahrekord, Charmahal and Bakhtiari Prov., April 29, IRNA -- A German tourist who was in need of help in Khoda Afarin Bridge woodland, between Ardal and Koohrang towns in Charmahal and Bakhtiari, was
Mashad, April 29, IRNA – Manager of Hasheminejad hospital in Mashad Majid Taghizadeh said on Saturday that a five-year old girl who was beaten up by her stepfather is diagnosed as brain dead.
Tehran, April 29, IRNA – An international conference on nanotechnology and nanomedicine is to be held at Institute of Materials and Energy in Alborz province.
A concert marking the 25th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between Azerbaijan and Italy held in Baku.
What happens when a reporter for The New York Times spends one hour in Emily Dickinson’s former bedroom? Hear about Sarah Lyall’s experience and explore the room yourself in this 360 video.
From new graphic novels to books turned television shows, it all seems to be happening at once for beloved Canadian writer Margaret Atwood.
Ms. Bee roasts the president at a counter-gala opposite the White House Correspondents’ dinner. And the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inducts members.
Modest and majestic at once, the films of James Gray patiently burrow their way into the souls of their characters and, maybe, into you.
As a director, Reeves specialized in a florid brand of British gothic. And Ken Russell paid homage to that style.
Vito Acconci was a father of performance and video art.
The traditional music industry is playing "catch-up" when it comes to recognizing electronic music, according to some artists who have decided to cre
Mr. McKenzie, who plays James Gordon, talks about his noir city filled with villains and what it was like to direct the show.
At Crotona Park, a stylish new clubhouse is about more than topspin. It’s the home of a tennis and tutoring program for underserved children.
His pictures of balloons, life preservers and llamas are meant to soothe rather than provoke, and Rihanna and Reese Witherspoon are among his fans.
The company’s Here/Now Festival begins with programs focusing on the work of Christopher Wheeldon, Alexei Ratmansky and Justin Peck.
Music by the pioneer Lou Harrison, Anna Netrebko at the Met Opera and a class with the organist Paul Jacobs were among the highlights.
Mr. Ibrahim performed with his band Ekaya, and revived the repertoire of his first band, the Jazz Epistles.
In this good-natured comedy, the Mexican actor and comedian has been dumped and has to settle for real life.
The New York Philharmonic gave the New York “premiere” of the piece, written in 1908 and long believed lost.
Our chief pop music critic interviewed the musician ahead of his first studio album in 25 years, “Is This the Life We Really Want?”
The call for donations to buy a sailboat for the Tate group’s departing director angered employees and highlighted concern over widening inequality in Britain.
At Canada gallery, politics is the theme of a series of portrait paintings of Barack Obama, Bob Marley, George Harrison and the artist’s dog.
A new album is one of the signs of renewed interest in the once-popular works of this 19th-century opera composer.
Mr. Acconci made a radical career turn in the 1970s, when he abandoned the gallery world and remade himself as an architect.
The new series, on Starz, is based on a 2001 novel from Neil Gaiman and finds a range of deities in a bloody and fractured narrative.
Art with a political edge, or at least a heightened awareness of this moment, is starting to make an impact at commercial galleries in the British capital.
Hear the week's most notable new songs, from a track off Willie Nelson's latest album to a bizarre song from Fall Out Boy.