When the Time Warner Cable guy didn't show up to his house (twice), comedian Eugene Mirman got mad. Then he took out full-page ads in New York papers.
Robert Lopez, who teamed up with South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker to create the new musical Book of Mormon, plays some of the songs from the show.
Television execs and writers are filling the airwaves with liberal propaganda, according to one cultural critic, and conservatives are being left behind.
Despite the recession still affecting most of the country, this spring's art auctions produced record-breaking prices of blue-chip artists like Andy Warhol.
September 11th "seemed like a movie" to many, and Osama Bin Laden's death had that same familiar ring.
The creator of The Wire talks about his HBO drama Treme, set in Post-Katrina New Orleans, Louisiana.
For R.E.M.’s newest album, Collapse into Now, the band commissioned a short film for every song on the record. Michael Stipe talks about the new album and the films.
The Mississippi River is flooding to historic levels. Some are comparing it to the devastating flood of 1927, which a tragedy that inspired a generation of blues artists.
Singer songwriter Susan Vega, of "Tom's Diner" fame, talks about her new, one-woman show Carson McCullers Talks About Love.
For his new novel about a fake Shakespeare play, Arthur Phillips wrote a full-length Shakespearean play.