Solid execution and provocative ideas can't save Duncan Jones' "Moon" follow-up from a fatal hubris.
The Sahara Hotel & Casino, a 59-year-old fixture on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, will be closing its doors in May.
For film festivals, it's usually easy to pinpoint success but for a music festival like South by Southwest, the tangible effects of an appearance can be much more difficult to gauge.
Brad Furman's legal thriller is a quintessential airport-novel kind of movie.
The soulful, messy process of grief gets a soulful, messy treatment in Ava DuVernay's pic.
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Peter and Bobby Farrelly are finally growing up, even if that maturation is visible only in highly relative terms.
Venerable pop music critic Ann Powers will be leaving the LA Times in early March, Fishbowl LA reports, and will soon be taking on a position with NPR Music. Powers replaced longtime LA Times critic…
A wealth of digital music news has been flooding the wires today, with the most notable being Radiohead's sudden decision to release its 8th studio album, "The King of Limbs," a day early. The band…
Sony went live with its music streaming service yesterday, releasing Sony Qriocity Music Unlimited in the U.S.
Today saw good news and bad news for late-1990s music monoliths, as the once-indispensible book and music chain Borders filed for Chapter 11, while the 37th edition of the seemingly unkillable "NOW…
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