Novelist Jonathan Maberry even hears Ray Porter’s voice in his head when he’s writing.
Inside the world of Plinko, screaming fans, Drew Carey and the American dream.
40 years later, the “poor man’s James Bond catalogue” is still selling us stuff we really don’t need.
They’re still in hot demand as a symbol of Sin City glamour. But after closing of the last showgirl revue, they’ve become a dying breed.
To become the Queen of Country, she had to be bigger than country music.
A new film festival raises that question about these tingle-inducing works. But ASMRtists see a different appeal for fans.
The brightest talent of his generation has been dead longer than he was alive. What do we remember?
In 2018, candidates are introducing themselves through videos — on the Web, not TV — with the dramatic pull of short films.
Women threw — but, contrary to lore, did not incinerate — bras at the 1968 protest of the pageant. But the protest would be where the phrase “women’s liberation” first gained national attention.
A new generation discovers the tactile joys of an old-school lost art.