It was all a bit strange in that it was oddly normal. Not famous-people-at-a-fancy-event normal – a particular kind of status quo in and of itself – but over-at-a-friend's house for a dinner party…
The charity banquet season hits its peak at this time of year, and the crowded ballrooms remind us that there are people in town who worry less about making money than giving it away.
No movie star has ever forged a career quite like that of James Franco.
James Franco walked around the MOCA's serpentine gallery space on Saturday, contemplating the final stroke to his ambitious exhibition "Rebel," a conceptual exploration of the James Dean pic "Rebel…
Bradley Cooper will ugly himself up for a new production of "The Elephant Man" this summer at the Williamstown Theater Festival in the Massachusetts Berkshires.
Longtime Los Angeles philanthropist and arts supporter Beatrice Gersh, whose late husband Phil founded the Gersh Agency, died of natural causes Sunday in Los Angeles. She was 87.
The Sundance Institute has tapped fundraising veteran Jennifer Arceneaux for the newly created position of director of external relations for the nonprofit.
The 2010 Sundance Theater Lab has announced two off-campus sessions, one in Massachusetts and one in New York, for the latest edition of its annual legit development program.
Andy Warhol cross-pollinated fine art with pop culture. It was fitting, then, that Hollywood met Downtown last week at the opening of the Museum of Contemporary Art's landmark Warhol retrospective.