Arts & Entertainment
Amazon, taking a cue from Netflix, is producing its own shows and the latest is 'Hand of God.'
The decision to cling to the once-shabby Sahara casino will look nothing short of prescient at the stroke of midnight Friday, when the reincarnated Sahara opens as the vibrant SLS Las Vegas amid the glare of fireworks.
Iggy Azalea has tumbled off the stage during an MTV Video Music Awards benefit concert.
Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara have left MythBusters, hosts Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage announced at the end of Thursday's episode.
Jennifer Lopez told Chelsea Handler that she is not one to "whore around," but would marry a fourth time.
'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' hits you like a woman who had a bad time at the salon and was taking it out on whichever mug looked at her twice, her hairdo flapping in the stench of a breeze coming off the docks, where the corpses of stool pigeons who got what they deserved lay rotting like moldy figs.
Nick Cannon says his marriage to Mariah Carey is going through a rough patch, but she isn't talking.
Chloe Grace Moretz, not yet 18, has had a terrific year in horrible situations. Now she lands in a teen coma-of-age melodrama.
George R.R. Martin says more deaths are to come in "The Winds of Winter," the sixth novel in his "A Song of Ice and Fire" series that HBO's "Game of Thrones" is based on.
Stirling prize-winning architect Amanda Levete worked with Richard Rogers before joining Future Systems as a partner in 1989. She designed the shimmering carapace of Selfridges in Birmingham and the media centre at Lord's cricket ground. In 2009, she founded Amanda Levete Architects, where commissions have included the Victoria & Albert Museum extension. Next month, as part of the London ...
A moving, uplifting film which follows James McConnel as he brings together ten classical musicians whose lives have been blighted by addiction for a spectacular performance with the LSO. Tears will fall. MB
Someone has told the bouncers to be nice. It is now standard for architectural anoraks like myself to find ourselves challenged by smile-less security as we go about our blameless business - no loitering, no photography, no looking, as if al-Qaida scouts would do their dastardly work in this way or as if, years after the invention of the camera phone, photography can be controlled as it could ...
Last month, in a small party led by British Museum curator Jessica Harrison-Hall, I went in search of Chinese treasure 600 years old. The quest was made in advance of the forthcoming British Museum exhibition, Ming: 50 years that changed China, which is devoted to the beginning of the 1400s, a crucially formative half century in the nation's enduring idea of itself. The tour took in museums ...
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