Kim Kardashian took Milan by storm with a a new collection she curated for Dolce & Gabbana that took inspiration from 20 years of archival looks.
Pharoah Sanders, the revered tenor saxophonist known to the jazz world for the spirituality of his work, has died.
Oscar winner Louise Fletcher has died at age 88.
“The Crown” will return to its Netflix throne in early November.
Every millennial’s favorite Halloween movie, “Hocus Pocus,” is finally getting a sequel with Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy all reprising their roles as the iconic Sanderson sisters.
Elton John transformed the White House South Lawn into a musical lovefest Friday night as he played a farewell gig to honor everyday “heroes” like teachers, nurses and AIDS activists.
The Milan runway was all about transformation on Friday, the third day of Milan Fashion Week mostly womenswear previews for next spring and summer.
A new book shows the personal side of the late “To Kill a Mockingbird” author Harper Lee.
A series of 1962 performances by Barbra Streisand at a Manhattan nightclub before she became a superstar have been remastered and will be released this fall.
The Booker Prize-winning author of the acclaimed “Wolf Hall” trilogy has died.
A model from Myanmar denounced her country’s military rulers last year from the stage of a beauty pageant in Thailand.
The NFL says Apple Music will be the new sponsor of the Super Bowl halftime show.
After several seasons affected by coronavirus restrictions, Milan Fashion Week is back to its pre-pandemic splendor.
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones took the stand Thursday at his trial in Connecticut to try to limit the damages he must pay for calling the Sandy Hook school shooting a hoax.
Joan Didion, a master of rhythm and of the meaning of the unsaid, was remembered Wednesday as an inspiring and fearless writer and valued, exacting and sometimes eccentric friend.
Milan Fashion Week opened Wednesday with a sense of renewal.
The theater community is banding together for a special podcast to combat censorship featuring performances from plays and musicals under threat and appearances by Bryan Cranston, Raúl Esparza, Celia Keenan-Bolger and Richard Kind.
As any “Game of Thrones” fan knows, the God of Death is always knocking on the door. It’s just a matter of knowing when to say “not today” to keep you alive.
CMT will honor Carly Pearce, Cody Johnson, Kane Brown, Luke Combs and Walker Hayes as their 2022 Artists of the Year during a ceremony in October.
Michelle Obama plans a six-city tour this fall in support of her new book, “The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times,” beginning mid-November in Washington.
Denmark’s Queen Margrethe II has tested positive for the coronavirus after attending the funeral of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II.
The Milan Fashion Week opening Wednesday celebrates perhaps its most diverse season ever.
NBC says “Top Gun: Maverick” actor Miles Teller will host the opening episode of “Saturday Night Live” on Oct. 1.
As often happens, NBC's ‘Sunday Night Football’ game won the week's rating competition, but the Chicago-Green Bay game had a tough battle with the revamped “Monday Night Football” game.
The Miss Universe Organization says New Orleans will be the site of its 71st contest, drawing nearly 90 women contestants from around the world in January.
Jimmy Kimmel is celebrating his 20th anniversary as ABC’s late-night host early, signing a three-year contract extension for “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”.
Detectives have handed prosecutors the results of their 19-month investigation into sex assault allegations against Marilyn Manson.
After a year spent off air, the Golden Globe Awards are returning to NBC in January, when the embattled Hollywood Foreign Press Association will seek a primetime comeback.
Big-name celebrities are coming back to the White House after boycotting America's most famous address under Donald Trump.
Brad Pitt and Australian musician Nick Cave have debuted as artists in an exhibition in Finland, showing off for the first time sculptures and ceramics created by the movie star and the singer-songwriter.
A British official says around a quarter of a million people joined the huge queue to see Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin lying in state in London’s Westminster Hall.
Movie director Adam McKay is donating $4 million to fund activists engaged in the climate fight.
The Woodlawn Theatre will soon be known as the Wonder Theatre once it moves to the Wonderland of the Americas.
A Russian mega-pop star’s criticism of President Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine has set off intense reactions on social media.
A Baltimore judge has ordered the release of Adnan Syed after overturning Syed’s conviction for a 1999 murder that was chronicled in the hit podcast “Serial.”.
Thirteen years after James Cameron plunged moviegoers into the cosmic world of “Avatar,” the lush, distant moon of Pandora is finally orbiting back into view.
I couldn’t see the lone piper.
The Grammy-nominated rapper Mystikal has pleaded not guilty to charges accusing him of raping and choking a woman at his Louisiana home and of possessing several drugs.
Acres of water lilies will bloom on Wall Street this fall, at least digitally.
When poet Amanda Gorman was invited to read a newly developed poem at the U.N. General Assembly, the young sensation took a deep look at how societal issues like hunger and poverty have impacted Earth’s preservation.
Britain and the world said farewell to Queen Elizabeth II with pomp and pageantry.
Post Malone has apologized to his St. Louis fans for an on-stage accident that sent him to the hospital and shortened his set Saturday night.