arts & entertainment
A lot of video game players can hum along to the original Super Mario Brothers theme song, but as time has passed and games have gotten more complex, so has their music. Now, a London orchestra has turned to video games for a new album.
June and Jean Millington, trailblazers of rock and roll, have released a new album, Play Like A Girl — and they're doing it while they battle a new form of discrimination: ageism.
Practically ripped from the headlines, Margin Call depicts the last days and hours of a Wall Street investment firm that is about to lose its shirt. It depicts the decisions people make in those circumstances and, perhaps most importantly, why.
Whitehead's latest novel "Zone One" imagines America at its best and worst during a fictional zombie apocalypse.
The art of making sugar skulls for Day of the Dead festivities in Mexico is disappearing as artisans to make them give up the craft or die. Day of the dead is celebrated Nov. 1 and 2.
Host of one of iTunes's most successful podcasts talks about his fall from grace and return to fame in the realm of comedy.
After much criticism, the NCAA is poised to take up proposals that could bring about major changes to the rules governing college football, basketball and other sports.
A writer blogged about a friend of his — a scientist — who had a particular tattoo: a strand of DNA. All of the sudden, other scientists came out of the woodwork to show off their odd ink.
In the wake of his success with The Social Network, Jesse Eisenberg is performing in an off-Broadway play he also wrote, called Asuncion.
American culture has a way of spreading. in the case of Roller Derby, it found its way to Colombia, in South America, by way of a Hollywood movie, Whip it.