Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studio announced Wednesday it will be closing its doors Sunday, June 5.
LOS ANGELES — Virtual reality, oddly enough, isn’t immune to the problems that arise in practical reality.
Whenever the Oscars roll around each year, you probably don’t recognize the men and women who walk the stage to pick up the top honor of the night.
NEW YORK — Walking through most doors at the Tribeca Film Festival means taking a seat in a theater full of chattering moviegoers.
NEW YORK — Slight, soft-spoken and just 5-foot-2, Prince improbably cut an imposing figure.
Given that we like to observe holidays early — putting up Christmas lights and the tree the moment after we’ve inhaled our Thanksgiving feast — it’s a good rule of thumb to not mention Christmas until November. However, Christmas comes early for horror movie fans.
Few platforming game characters last long.
For a while now, games and television have walked the episodic line together. Games like Telltale’s The Walking Dead and Life Is Strange build narratives not unlike top television dramas like Game of Thrones or Empire.
PARIS — Sean Penn’s The Last Face about aid workers in Africa will compete at the Cannes Film Festival this year — along with movies about interracial marriage in 1950s America, illness and poverty in working-class Britain and cannibal fashion models in Los Angeles.
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A Wolverine Walks Into a Bar (Conversations Over Ice), Jaston Williams’ latest show, started germinating years ago when he found himself in Kansas City, Missouri, during a National Rifle Association convention.
How can two brothers involved in an early life of organized crime turn out to be so different?
LOS ANGELES — Fred Hayman, the dapper entrepreneur whose vision transformed a nondescript Southern California street into one of the world’s pre-eminent fashion districts, earning him the sobriquet “Godfather of Rodeo Drive,” has died at age 90.
The University of North Texas hosted a book launch party for a commemorative book, Independent, Original and Progressive: Celebrating 125 Years of UNT. The launch party was Tuesday night in the Forum of Willis Library.
The Texas Master Naturalists, the Native Plant Society of Texas and the Texas Woman’s University College of Arts & Sciences hosted an appreciation reception to recognize more than 1,000 fourth-grade students and teachers who participated in the Texas Native Plant Art Exhibition.
Recently, I was in a ladies shop exchanging an item that had been mailed to me and didn’t fit. While waiting for the exchange, I spotted a costume jewelry sales rack I couldn’t resist. Instantly, I became acquainted with a tiny woman next to me as we shared interest in jewelry and especially the marked-down prices.
Women have always been an integral part of crafting culture, and now, with help from the Internet, they’re at the forefront of the current “maker” movement around the world.
We all know The Legend of Zelda.
NEW YORK — N.W.A. triumphantly entered the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Friday, the groundbreaking quintet that brought the rough streets of Los Angeles into homes through their music defiantly refuting those who suggested rappers didn’t belong in the institution.
NEW DELHI — When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive in India on what’s being called their most ambitious tour to date, they’ll encounter starry-eyed giddiness along with a hint of nostalgia harkening to a 1992 visit by Princess Diana.
NEW YORK — Michelle Fiala says her 14-year-old daughter, Laura, is fine watching humans run for their lives from snarling, flesh-eating zombies on AMC’s The Walking Dead, but if one of the characters vomits, the teen has to look away.
The finger-snapping tunes, the permed-up hair, porn-star mustaches and embarrassing short-shorts — the ’80s were a definite goldmine of wonder, where the stakes and societal pressures were significantly lower compared to today.