arts & entertainment
Singer-songwriter Meklit Hadero has made a sensation on the music scene, melding American jazz with the rhthym and language of her native Ethiopia.
In an interview to promote his new memoir, Cheney promised 'heads will explode all over Washington.'
'The Wave' follows big wave surfers, mariners and scientists who have encountered huge waves and have lived to tell the tale.
Best known for playing Abed on the NBC show 'Community,' Pudi talks about his Polish-Indian upbringing and his path to acting.
After winning an Oscar for playing a struggling musician in "Crazy Heart," Jeff Bridges returns to his musical roots with a new album.
South African sci-fi gets high marks again with a new book about people who are bonded with animals.
Indianapolis' African-American community is protesting artist Fred Wilson's monument of a freed slave, saying it perpetuates stereotypes.
A $200,000 Picasso sketch, a $350,000 Fernand Léger and 11 paintings valued at $387,000 have all been stolen in the past month.
Copyright law stipulates artists can regain ownership of their work after 35 years have passed -- record companies prepare for financial blow as deadline nears.
The new London play follows conversations between young Syrians as they live through one week of the uprising -- all of it by email.