arts & entertainment
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.
There have been 81 thefts of Rembrandts in the past 100 years -- the Dutch artist is the second most stolen artist in history, behind Picasso.
Actor Andy Serkis on the artistry involved in playing motion capture characters, like the leader of the ape revolution, Caesar.
A new documentary contends that author Ken Kesey's legendary cross-country road trip kicked off the psychedelic 1960s.
How Mario Bros changed the face of gaming, and why it continues to be a huge presence after 30 years.
The disconnect between America's multiracial society and what's represented in media.
If the word 'awesome' has lost its awesomeness, author Arthur Plotnik has a list of new superlatives to help you express yourself.