Mort Drucker's illustrations of politicians and celebrities for Mad Magazine inspired generations of artists
Jebidiah Bila and her husband tested positive. Fox News hosts and commentators have shifted away from doubting the severity of the pandemic.
Recipe: Writer turns to Fanny Singer's "Always Home" for comfort chicken during family's Seder.
Hulu had some choice words for Twitter trolls who tried to dismiss "Parasite," the Oscar-winning South Korean film, upon its digital release this week.
Mickey Guyton is an outlier in Nashville: black, female and, at age 36, about to release her long-awaited debut album. "I started speaking my truth," she says.
Jimmy Fallon, Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell teamed up via video chat to create "The Longest Days of Our Lives," a hilarious, quarantine-inspired soap opera.
Donate the cost of a canceled ticket, take an online dance class, buy a piece of fine art: Here are 22 ways to help artists weather the coronavirus storm.
In a sign that coronavirus might be getting the best of us, a reporter asked President Trump if he'd pardon Joe Exotic of Netflix's hit series "Tiger King."
Actress Florence Pugh, 24, shamed trolls on Instagram for criticizing the age gap between her and boyfriend Zach Braff, 45. Said Ariana Grande: You go, girl.
Coronavirus has them quarantined on opposite coasts, but "The Sopranos" stars Michael Imperioli (a.k.a. Christopher Moltisanti) and Steve Schirripa (Bobby "Baccalà" Baccalieri) launched a new podcast. Oh, the stories they tell.