Marian McPartland, a renowned jazz pianist and host of the National Public Radio show “Piano Jazz,” died of natural causes Tuesday night at her Port Washington home on Long Island. She was 95. Over a…
Gary Knell came aboard NPR at the end of 2011, a seeming antidote to a staff and membership roiled by controversy and facing something of an identity crisis: In an age when content is available via…
A warmly celebratory portrait of the Washington Post illustrator who sometimes drew blood while drawing 13 successive U.S. presidents.
In a hearty week for Disney Music Group, teen-pop star Selena Gomez notched her first No. 1 album and the "Teen Beach Movie" soundtrack vaulted into the U.S. top five. Gomez's "Stars Dance"…
IDW Publishing will adapt Hunter S. Thompson's novel “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” into a graphic novel. Publisher produces comic books and graphic novels based on But its president and CEO Ted…
With family fare repping a growing sector of showbiz, creators of family- and faith-based entertainment gather June 21 in BevHills for the second annual Purpose: Family Entertainment and Faith Based…
Paris-based arthouse shingle Rezo has come on board to co-produce, distribute and handle international sales on Ralph Fiennes starrer “Two Women,” a Russian costume drama that will be helmed by Vera…
Jennifer Jason Leigh is as radiant and uncompromising as ever in this convoluted and repetitive psychological thriller.
What does a radio show look like on a big screen? Many more listeners of National Public Radio’s irreverent quiz show “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me” will be able to find out when the live show hits 600…
Shakhnaraov is also head of Mosfilm, Russia's biggest film studios, where the Eagles ceremony was held on Friday.