If you're still reeling from the dismal results of the midterm elections, you can find needed relief from the absurdity of it all with "Slinging Satire: Masters of Political Cartoons" at the Cartoon Art Museum.
Few people make it to the Great White Way and even fewer do it at such a young age, but Burnett, who was born into a musical family and mastered the violin as a small child, knew he was destined for greatness.
About halfway through "Mauvais Sang," Leos Carax's sci-fi epic about a future where people who have sex without love are doomed to die, Denis Levant's character Alex turns on the radio.
The not-quite-"Golden Girls" sitcom is back for a fun, wild season. It features huge guest stars, a live episode, and even an animated episode. Plus, who doesn't love Betty White in all her magical glory?
The latest entry in a new feature where two editors recap the fourth installment of "American Horror Story," this season called "Freak Show."
"The Comeback" and "Getting On" return for a second season on HBO. The shows may be totally different in plot, but they have a lot in common in their female driven cringe humor.
A police officer from New Jersey was arrested Monday after allegedly showing his penis to a number of young male drivers instead of giving them a ticket.
Word is out: Food Network chef Giada de Laurentiis doesn't eat the food she cooks; she stays thin by spitting it out, not swallowing.
A 350-pound man was arrested at a South Carolina Wal-Mart for allegedly trying to sneak five packs of rib eye steaks out of the store while sitting on top of them in his moving scooter.
Group's new hit show "POPssical" has begun a national tour directly following two sold out concerts with Chenoweth this past August in Provincetown, Massachusetts.