arts & entertainment
'Mrs. Tom Thumb' is a fictional account of the life of Lavinia Warren -- only 32 in. tall and made famous by P.T. Barnum's traveling circus.
The stars and writer-director Tate Taylor discuss their film about black maids in 1960s segregated Mississippi.
George Clinton looks back on his 55-year career and talks about giving back to his band's community.
Marvel announces Miles Morales, a half-Latino, half-African-American teenager will be swinging on his web between New York City buildings as the new Spiderman.
Long-time frontman Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips looks back on his colorful career in alternative music.
Journalist Erica Rowell documents the films of Joel and Ethan Coen in 'The Brothers Grim: The Films of Joel and Ethan Coen.'
A Chicago-based duo has saved hundreds of old recordings to preserve an important slice of American history.
The author has revived his Boston-based detective team from his previous books like 'Gone Baby Gone.'
Comedian Jeff Garlin reflects on his career from his days of stand-up, to movies, to the success of "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
The author discusses his decade old book with one of its biggest fans.