Smithsonian Secretary Lonnie Bunch likes to tell museum visitors that looking to the past can help them understand the future. To celebrate its 175th anniversary, the Smithsonian is turning that idea on its head.
The 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards – After a six-year hiatus, funny women Tina Fey and Amy Poehler make a very welcome return as co-hosts of the often loose-and-lively celebration of movie and TV standouts.
Ta-Nehisi Coates, the acclaimed essayist and novelist who expanded the world of Wakanda for Marvel comics, will write the script for a new “Superman” film from Warner Bros. The studio announced Friday that Coates will pen the screenplay.
Maren Morris and Chris Stapleton are the leading nominees for the Academy of Country Music Awards, but only Stapleton joined the all-male ballot for the top prize of entertainer of the year.
Even though Blackhouse Records is a midsized label selling records across the globe, its roots run deep in the Inland Northwest, where label co-founder Scott Rozell first threw the name around to promote bands.
"The longer I live, the more I am inclined to believe that this earth is used by other planets as a lunatic asylum,” wrote George Bernard Shaw in the early 1900s. And now, Elon Musk is planning to return the favor.
It's an honor when Craig Finn namechecks your town. The Hold Steady singer-songwriter and diminutive frontman takes lyrics as seriously as Bruce Springsteen and the Replacements' Paul Westerberg.
With “Little Oblivions,” Julien Baker gifts 42 minutes of ambrosial reality to a world that desperately needs it. This is far from an anesthetic, but it seems a different sort of unbandaged pain from her previous work.
In honor of Black History Month, Gonzaga University Choirs will present a concert celebrating the work of Black American composers livestreamed from the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center. “Can You See?” is at 7 p.m. Saturday.
I first learned about Kanzi, who recently celebrated his 40th birthday, from one of his best-known musical collaborators. The year was 2001, and Peter Gabriel, took a break from our interview to show me “home videos.”
As a British TV addict and former archaeology nerd, Netflix’s “The Dig,” based on John Preston's 2007 historical novel of the same name, gets me on a remarkable number of levels. So much so, I thought someone was pulling my leg.
On Feb. 17, Nintendo hosted its first full-length “Nintendo Direct” in two years, and fans of first-party titles were left largely disappointed. There were no details regarding the next “The Legend of Zelda” game.
Friday marks National Tell a Fairy Tale Day, and just about everyone knows the stories of "Sleeping Beauty," "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" and "Beauty and the Beast." In no particular order, here are a few newer fantasies.
Shailene Woodley confirmed that she’s engaged to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. The actress discussed her relationship with Rodgers on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Monday.
Darlene McCarty, 76, has been receiving notes, letters and video messages over the past several months after undergoing brain surgery in September that also revealed cancer in her lungs and pelvis. McCarty is now staying with her daughter.
Initial signs suggest a smooth and amicable split between Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West. As “Kimye” becomes just Kim and Kanye with Kardashian filing for divorce Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court, they do so with a prenup.
If you know Stan Lee’s name, it’s likely as Smilin’ Stan, Stan the Man, Marvel’s groovy self-promoting patriarch/editor whose silly appearances in the MCU movies were an in-joke, a living reminder of where the stories started.
“Superman & Lois” – Yet another TV twist on the Man of Steel and the comic books’ most famous journalist. Clark Kent (Tyler Hoechlin) and Lois Lane (Elizabeth Tulloch) move to Smallville with their twin teen sons, Jonathan and Jordan.
“Kimye” is kaput Kim Kardashian West filed for divorce from Kanye West on Friday after 6 ½ years of marriage, court records show. The move brings an impending end to one of the most followed celebrity unions of the 21st century.
Tim McGraw's heart has always been as big as his cowboy hat. The country superstar, who is no stranger to fundraisers, will headline the "Heart Strings for Hope" benefit concert March 9, which starts at 6 p.m.
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