The genre-hopping essays in 'I Want to Be Where the Normal People Are' dish on musical theater, writers' rooms and awards-season mania.
'It's clear the president's not planning to concede anytime soon,' Jimmy Fallon said on 'The Tonight Show.' 'So ... we thought we'd do it for him.'
The first virtual Festival of Books hosted more than two dozen panels. Here are seven of the most memorable, featuring Henry Winkler, Kevin Kwan and more.
The third installment of Frieze L.A. gets rescheduled because of the pandemic — and moves to venues across Los Angeles, highlighting the city's architectural history.
In a new comedy special, Kevin Hart nods at, and simultaneously steps back from, past controversies.
Contestants on "The Great Grass Race," inspired by Lynch's "The Straight Story," encountered American generosity — plus infighting, disorganization and danger.
Los Angeles Opera delivers "The Anonymous Lover" by Black composer Joseph Bologne. Long Beach Opera asks 20 young composers to write about life this year.
Scooter Braun flipped his ownership of Taylor Swift's master recordings to private equity firm Shamrock Capital. Swift still plans to re-record her old songs.
What's on TV Tuesday, Nov. 17: Season premieres of "FBI" and "FBI: Most Wanted" on CBS
Trixie Mattel, Olivia Wilde, Jameela Jamil and other celebs shut down Candace Owens' and Ben Shapiro's criticism of Harry Styles wearing a dress in Vogue.