The author of "The Mothers" exceeds high expectations in her second novel, about two twins who flee from home and end up assuming opposite races.
In our latest quarantine diary, the author of 'These Women' digs 'Blood Meridian' but can't get enough of Laura Ingalls Wilder.
The three prominent anchors were swept up in a corporate-wide restructuring.
The Broad Stage in Santa Monica forges ahead with a 2020-21 season that starts outdoors in the fall and moves indoors in January — if it's safe.
What "Mrs. America" gets right and wrong about Bella Abzug's firing by Jimmy Carter and Phyllis Schlafly's hopes for a job in the Reagan administration.
Larry Kramer, the AIDS activist and writer who died today at age 84, perfectly realized both sides of his identity in his play "The Normal Heart."
Writing for The Times in 1994, playwright and AIDS activist Larry Kramer, who died Wednesday, called Jonathan Demme's "Philadelphia" "heartbreakingly mediocre."
After selling "Some Good News" to CBS, John Krasinski told fellow "Office" alum Rainn Wilson that he'll still be involved in the show, sometimes even as host.
Director Andrew Patterson plays homage to 1950s sci-fi paranoia and TV anthology series such as "The Twilight Zone" in his crafty first feature "The Vast of Night."
Revenue losses from coronavirus force reductions. While the layoffs are company wide, the bulk of them are at CBS's divisions, including entertainment, news, sports, its production studio and its TV stations.