Works by Muhly, Lang contrast with Christmas music from Tallis Scholars and the Thirteen
A book list for every kind of Abbey-phile
The Stanley Cup champions open their practices to fans, providing an up-close-and-personal view of the action on the ice.
With DJs, drink specials and karaoke, these parties will make New Year's Eve a night to remember without the big price tag.
Late-night host Stephen Colbert jokingly lays claim to at least half of the $120 million severance that the CBS board declined to pay ousted CEO Leslie Moonves
The Academy of American Poets says Naomi Shihab Nye’s “Kindness” was the most popular work on poets.org this year
A Thai social media influencer who criticized a gown worn by her country’s Miss Universe contestant could end up in court after another online personality filed a complaint with police charging that her thumbs-down fashion comment defamed the royal family
Chevel Shepherd, a high school junior from New Mexico, was crowned the champion in a surprising finale.
Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018 | “Survivor” season finale.
Gregory Mosher is being replaced by Jack O’Brien for new production starring Annette Bening.
It’s hard to imagine now just how many millions watched “Laverne & Shirley” every Tuesday.
From “Laverne & Shirley" to "A League of Their Own," Marshall promoted the work of many women, but she resisted being called a feminist.
Complaints expand against video game maker to include Alfonso Ribeiro and Backpack Kid.
Jim Lee, Neal Adams and Kevin Smith will be among the talents contributing to a book for the occasion.
“The Annotated Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant” is an essential for any Civil War buff.
D.C. lobbyists get skewered in “Kings,” and God gets therapy in “Oh, God.”
Exhibition at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna is the year’s most important art event.
In the essay collection “How to Be Alone,” the comedian explores the aftermath of a bad upbringing.
“North of Dawn” is the latest from a perennial contender for the Nobel Prize.
Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018 | “The Voice” finale part 1.
Joan Didion’s “The Year of Magical Thinking,” among others, offers solace.
CBS had said it would put $120 million to a trust that could pay a massive severance, pending the results of an investigation.
Universal's many missteps may have doomed the sci-film before it even opened.
As the Boss tells true stories about his life and plays stripped-down version of his songs, his rock-and-roll veneer fades away, exposing a human being as broken and resilient as the rest of us.