arts & entertainment
Two suspenseful, action thrillers will dominate the box office this weekend. While The Grey brings hyper-realism to a new level in movie-making, Man on a Ledge is "so bad it's good."
The Oscar nominations came out Tuesday and Hugo was a big winner, with 11 nominations. But across the board, movies set years ago did well this year.
The Red Carpet was walked. The Golden Globes were awarded. Political statements were even made. But, at the end of the night, the 69th annual Golden Globes gave few clues as to who might be the ultimate winners out of this year's crop of TV programs and movies.
Two artists in Berlin have setup a Kimchi shop. They're not selling the Korean dish, though. They're bartering for it, and, in the process, hoping to get people talking about issues of diversity and differences.
Joyful Noise, Contraband, Beauty and the Beast 3D all debut this weekend. Critics are touting Joyful Noise as one of the year's best films, while Contraband and Beauty and the Beast 3D each have their strengths.
In music and in videos, in addition to on the streets, Hungarians are registering their outrage as their conservative government tightens regulations and pulls back on some of the freedoms that mark a democracy.
Maurice Ashley, 45, is one of just 1,000 ches grandmasters in the world. He's also the only African-American and he's hoping to use that status to inspire a new, younger generation of African-Americans to take up the sport.
From The Dark Knight to the Great Gatsby, 2012 is set to have some blockbusters on the big screen. You'll want to mark these six flicks down as must-see movies.
British graphic artist Ronald Searle died at the age of 91. Searle was the author of the St. Trinian’s series and was an illustrator for many news publications.
As Aceh recovers from the devastating 2004 tsunami and earthquake, the Indonesian province is turning to its unique cultural heritage, rooted in its brand of Islam, to build from.