Reality star Paris Hilton says "it's, like, hard for me to be normal" in a new trailer for a YouTube documentary about her life, "This Is Paris."
Meg Whitman's title was listed as former CEO of Hewlett-Packard instead of Quibi CEO, which some critics took as a sign that the streaming app is not in the zeitgeist.
"I May Destroy You" music supervisor Ciara Elwis on collaborating with Michaela Cole, negotiating with Daft Punk and stanning "The O.C." and "Gossip Girl."
In a somber Instagram video, actress Sharon Stone says COVID-19 has ravaged her family in Montana and she supports the Biden-Harris ticket.
The collaboration between Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion broke the record for the most streams in its first seven days.
California's renewed tax incentive plan has successfully secured 9 movies to film in the state.
Artist Chanel Miller emerges from the shadow of the Stanford rape case with her first exhibition: a mural about healing at the Asian Art Museum in S.F.
We need to end the assumption that content should be free. If you consume artists' work, you have to pay for it.
What's on TV Monday, Aug. 17: 'Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood' on PBS; Democratic National Convention begins
Comic Tig Notaro will replace disgraced comedian Chris D'Elia in the upcoming Netflix zombie movie "Army of the Dead" after the actor/comedian was accused of sexual misconduct in June.