Samin Nosrat, the show's star, breaks the mold — and shows us it's okay to make mistakes.
"Venom" is on the same hit trajectory as last year's "Logan."
Therese Anne Fowler’s “A Well-Behaved Woman” takes a gimlet-eyed view of high-society life.
Celebrate the 11th birthday of Red Derby, a beloved local hangout, this week.
Kiss frontman Paul Stanley says the band’s (second) farewell tour could include former members performing onstage
Celebrity birthdays for the week of Oct. 21-27
Carey Mulligan says her latest film, ‘Wildfire,’ caps what she calls a ‘women’s liberation trilogy’ of movies
Monday, Oct. 15, 2018 | “The Sentence” documentary premieres on HBO.
From Chevy Chase portraying President Gerald Ford to Dan Aykroyd impersonating Jimmy Carter, “Saturday Night Live” cast members have a long history of playing presidents.
A trio of celebrity memoirs is the antidote for shorter days and the “self-starting dumpster fire that is the world.”
Saturday, Oct. 13 and Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018 | “Charmed” reboot premieres.
Founder of one-room institution in D.C.’s Brookland neighborhood put programs before space.
Devastation brings emotional immediacy to art.
An Illinois businessman has dedicated 71 years to a hobby celebrating a fictional jolly drinker.
As Confederate statues come down, city officials hope monument signals future
Not for the fainthearted, the International Museum of Surgical Science shows gruesome tools.
At Asheville’s Pinball Museum, you can play vintage machines.
Sugar heiress opened the museum to showcase tools, toys, circus paraphernalia, posters and carriages.
A installation by a pair of video artists takes aim at how we perceive, and conceive, ourselves
Do we really need museums of Ice Cream, Poetry, Pinballs, Toby Jugs, Meditation?
“Elixir,” at the Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery, includes diagnoses of current events.
“The Happy Prince,” about Oscar Wilde’s final days, marks the veteran actor’s directorial debut.
Timothy Hutton plays the father of five siblings who return to the scene of their nightmares.
Male curators “rolled their eyes” at the display. What other treasures could we lose to bias?