Nick Jonas tries to identify what bulge of Justin Bieber, Harry Styles, Zach Efron and more.
October is LGBT History Month. Each week throughout the month, Hotspots will be profiling two of the people named to Equality Forum's LGBT History Month icon list, to showcase the great things LGBT people have done.
A step back in time, and for most of us a vicarious step up in class, "Houghton Hall: Portrait of an English Country House," the latest decorative arts exhibition at the Legion of Honor, is a stroll through history, art, culture and architecture.
The San Francisco Opera's latest foray into the challenging and musically rich world of Baroque opera opened last week with George Frideric Handel's "Partenope."
Based on the novel by Laura Kasischke, Greg Araki ("The Doom Generation") adapts and directs the '80s period film "White Bird in a Blizzard" with a bit more accessibility than previous efforts.
Judging from the trailer, "John Wick" is a taut, atmospheric thriller. Judging from the film itself, it's a comedy -- but then again, this is a Keanu Reeves vehicle.
"Citizenfour" more than doubles down on Poitras' earlier films, which have never flinched from dangerous, dismaying subjects and failed (or failing) states afflicted by, or propped up by, thug rule. In this case, the thugs are our own security agencies.
Ruben Östlund writes and directs a piercing, blackly comic portrait of a family in the throes of dysfunction.
In the Arts
Recently found in the arts pages of The New York Times: "The honor of the week's best film [at the New York Film Festival] belongs to Mike Leigh's 'Mr. Turner.' Its artistic title character is magnificently embodied by Timothy Spall."
Music icon Melissa Etheridge sits down with Larry King on the Emmy nominated series "Larry King Now" to talk about the 'panic' in her industry, Obama's job performance, legalizing marijuana and her new self-released album.
Musical theater fans everywhere are getting a sample today of the long awaited screen adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine 1987 Broadway classic musical "Into the Woods" with the release of a featurette online.
Al Pacino will return to Broadway in the world premiere of "China Doll," a new play by David Mamet.
It has been a long, long ride since "The Real World" launched the fledgling Karamo Brown from the nest of the show's host city, Philadelphia, in 2004. But look how far he's come. Brown opens up about his journey.
New York City-based Jillette Johnson started playing the piano and writing her own music at the age of 10. Now, at 25, she has released a full-length album and is on a nationwide tour. Here's an exclusive chat with the chanteuse.
A look at why "Not That Kind of Girl" is important to millennials, the future of writing and to Lena Dunham's career.
An anti-gay marriage, ultra conservative French group is freaking out, saying they're outraged and humiliated over a new art instillation that is supposed to look like a tree but really looks like a 24-foot sex toy.
Florida AG Bondi Opposes Gay Couple's Divorce
Utah Supreme Court Gives OK to Same-Sex Adoptions
PopUps: Taylor Swift Releases White Noise 'Song;' Goes to No. 1
Catch Storm Large at the Paramount on November 2
Zeitgeisting TV: 'American Horror Story: Freak Show'; Episode 2
Lady Gaga Invites Man on Stage to Propose to Boyfriend