arts & entertainment
Fifteen years after writing the book which became the film 'Precious,' Sapphire writes 'The Kid,' about Precious' son, Abdul.
Rachel Shteir's exhaustive new book traces shoplifting through the ages, and examines theories behind why people steal.
A new play portrays the Ivy League school's expulsion of a group of gay students over 90 years ago.
A new book explores how big business and political systems benefit from classifying race as biological category.
The folk singer and peace activist is mourned across Latin America after he was shot to death in Guatemala.
Interview with Michael Rapaport, whose film documents the triumphs and travails of the hip-hop group, A Tribe Called Quest.
In 1960s Russia, friendships develop, feuds and fist-fights erupt and romance blossoms for those waiting in 'The Line.'
The director talks about how his new film, "Horrible Bosses" was inspired by real-life bosses.
For younger audiences, 'The Normal Heart' -- which recently won three Tony Awards -- is not just a tragedy, but a history lesson.
The singer/songwriter has produced her long awaited album, 'The Harrow & The Harvest.'