Androgynous model Andreja Pejic used to be known as Andrej Pejic. She came out as trans Thursday night.
The company is giving away 90-day subscriptions to Google Play Music All Access to Chromecast owners who have never tried the service.
Aaron McGruder creates a cursing, weed-smoking, cognac-hoarding Black Jesus who lives in Compton. Predictably, some people are really unhappy about this.
*Imagined lifestyle sites.
Thanks to murky provenances surrounding WWII-era works, art dealing can be a dirty business.
Scientists say if 90 percent of your brain went unused, you’d be comatose.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Lee’s film about race relations in America.
If fans are voting with their wallets, Michael Sam is getting a pretty solid endorsement.
The restaurant says it will serve seafood, but there’s still no answer to what’s actually in a Krabby Patty.
Was the cover needlessly salacious? And at whose expense?
Garner proudly attended the March on Washington, and was unafraid to say that he thought Ronald Reagan was unfit to be president.
This seems to be a habit for him.
The adoptive son of Jerry Sandusky spoke to Oprah about sexual abuse at the hands of his father.
The times, they are achangin’.
In which Drake establishes himself as the grandmaster of code-switching.
Australian actor Chris Lilley has played the Tongan character Jonah before. Now he’s dedicating a six-episode mockumentary to the character -- and some are crying foul.
NBC Sports is bringing the Mr. Olympia competition back to television after a 30-year absence. What -- were the broadcast rights to the World Series of Knitting unavailable?
The show opened to tepid reviews and struggled to find an audience.
Jim Gaylord was fired after he told the vice principal of the high school where he worked that he was gay.
The city council would only grant permits for three shows and five were scheduled. Brooks told them it was all or nothing.
Soraya Nadia McDonald covers arts, entertainment and culture for the Washington Post with a focus on race and gender issues. You can find her work on the Post’s Morning Mix page, and in the paper at large. McDonald has an extensive background in sports writing as well. She’s written for the Boston Globe, the Associated Press, the Colorado Springs Gazette, and other newspapers. She’s also an experienced triathlete and she’s always training for her next race. The North Carolina native received her degree in journalism from Howard University in 2006. Follow her on Twitter: @SorayaTWP