Constructal law, designed by Duke University professor Adrian Bejan, is a new way of looking at how the world works. According to the law, everything that moves, whether animate or inanimate, is based on a flow system, which is tree shaped.
Sunday night, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences will host its 84th annual awards ceremony. While the night is full of glitz and glamour, the awards themselves may be hurting the industry, both in the cost of movie making and in the diversity of films produced.
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.
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.
Long-time frontman Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips looks back on his colorful career in alternative music.
An argument for why buildings like the Walt Disney Music Hall and the CCTV building in Beijing, while breathtaking, may be architecturally absurd.
The avant garde film by Christian Marclay is a 24-hour montage of film references to the hours and minutes of the day, as those minutes pass in real time.
Fifteen years after writing the book which became the film 'Precious,' Sapphire writes 'The Kid,' about Precious' son, Abdul.