Alec Baldwin first played then-candidate Donald Trump in October 2016 and assumed the parody would last until the election, but the actor continues to be a recurring guest on Saturday Night Live and an outspoken critic of the president. Baldwin…
By Elizabeth Flock
Two female comedians told the paper he invited them up to his hotel room to celebrate after a comedy festival in 2002 and then proceeded to masturbate in front of them.
Among the artifacts displayed at the museum are fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls, which experts warned last month may be fake.
By Teresa Carey
Jacinda Martinez hopes her clothes send a message about the ephemerality of fashion and how, like vegetables, designs are seasonal and not meant to last.
By Justin Scuiletti
Disney will no longer block The Los Angeles Times from attending press screenings of its movies, ending a controversial ban that had many news organizations threatening to also boycott those screenings.
A new book faithfully reproduces Bukowski's poems as he actually wrote them, before they were revised with a heavy hand.
The Non-Binary Monologues Project, which began last month, is publishing monologues and audition materials for non-binary and trans actors.
By PBS NewsHour
Revelations about sexual harassment and the deep-rooted culture of complicity in Hollywood continue to emerge since the Weinstein allegations first broke. Alec Baldwin sits down with Jeffrey Brown As part of an interview about his new book parodying President Trump,…
By PBS NewsHour
What does it take to walk alongside another human being over time? Writer Dani Shapiro set out to explore the beauty and the troubles of enduring love. Shining a light on her and her husband’s life course together, Shapiro offers…
By Erica R. Hendry
The Library of Congress and Boston public broadcaster WGBH are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the public broadcasting act with a series of panels, including one on news that features PBS NewsHour's Judy Woodruff, former anchor and executive editor Jim…
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