NEW YORK — As ABC News president in 2006, David Westin appointed Charles Gibson anchor of the network’s flagship World News. Nine years later, Gibson returned the favor.
It turns out that not only is The Martian Ridley Scott’s most enjoyable movie in years, it is also that rarest of science-fiction flicks: one with a heart of actual science.
NEW YORK — Holy musical matrimony? Pope Francis and UK pop group The Vamps are releasing albums of the same name on the same day.
NEW YORK — There was scant evidence suggesting it would be a hit.
Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper and Joe Perry helped give people the gift of hearing while in Rio de Janeiro for the Rock in Rio music festival.
In an industry chock full of toys-to-life games, (Disney Infinity, Super Smash Bros. and the soon to be released LEGO Dimensions) is there any room left for the one that started it all?
LOS ANGELES — Long-standing barriers fell at Sunday’s Emmy Awards as Viola Davis became the first non-white actress to claim top drama series acting honors, Jon Hamm finally won for Mad Men, and Game of Thrones overcame voters’ anti-fantasy resistance to claim the most trophies ever in a season.
Al Pierson, the long-time conductor of Guy Lombardo’s Royal Canadians, is coming to Denton to speak to local jazz enthusiasts about his long-running career, but his trip won’t be a very long one.
CHICAGO — The team behind George Lucas’ art and movie museum released revised renderings showing more green space at the Chicago site but no radical changes to the undulating, futuristic building stoking passions in a city that guards its Lake Michigan shoreline with religious-like devotion.
This week, we begin in Northern England:
Agatha Christie translates easily to the stage thanks to a concoction of intrigue, ulterior motives and humor, said Sharon Veselic.
TORONTO — The Toronto International Film Festival opened its 40th year with a gala double feature of Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Moore.
NEW YORK — On a dystopian set with One World Trade Center beaming its blue light into the night sky this Sept. 11, Givenchy took Manhattan on a pier Friday before a star-studded crowd, remembering tragedy and celebrating fashion at the same time.
A look at key events in the life and career of comedian Stephen Colbert has been updated to include his "Late Show" debut.
Summers are made for adventures. Time for you to branch out, get out of your comfort zone and perhaps grow something different in your garden.
NEW YORK — The television network that gets the most praise from an advocacy group that monitors content featuring gays, lesbians and transgender people has “family” in its name and targets an audience of teenage girls and young women.
When it comes to Star Wars, some aliens in a different galaxy said it best: Resistance is futile.
An illustrated quiz to help readers determine whether cable cutting is a viable option.
This week, we begin on the road:
Years of horror movies have taught us the proper response to an invitation to spend a weekend at a cabin in the woods: No thanks.
OULU, Finland — Zac “The Magnet” Monro opened the final of the Air Guitar World Championships on Friday with a neat mime of playing an electric guitar to rock music that shook the ground beneath the feet of a few hundred gathered in a rainy small city square in northern Finland.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — With hit shows like Empire, black-ish and How to Get Away With Murder, diversity is the new normal in TV.