In our first coronavirus quarantine diary, "Your House Will Pay" author Steph Cha reads Ivy Pochoda and Cathy Park Hong, watches "Iron Man 2" and "Fleabag," listens to "The Power Broker" and works a "Starry Night" puzzle.
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The Hammer Museum layoffs come on the same day as staff reductions at the Museum of Contemporary Art, with coronavirus closures looking to drag on.
Movie theaters expect to be shut down for months. Some may not survive.
Historic recordings by Dr. Dre, Whitney Houston, Glen Campbell, Mister Rogers are among 25 new inductees into the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry.
What's on TV Wednesday, March 25: 'The Goldbergs' on ABC; Coroanvirus TV Specials; Stumptown; Year of the Rabbit
Much as he hired a hitman, the star of Netflix's true-crime sensation hired a songwriter, vocalist for unforgettable tracks like 'Here Kitty Kitty.'
Terrence McNally, perhaps the most important comic voice in theater since Neil Simon, wrote to amuse and awaken. Humor was his shield but also a bridge. He taught his characters to connect. And audiences.
Diamond Comic Distributors has announced it will not be shipping new comic books to retailers "until further notice" due to the coronavirus outbreak.
As the Taylor Swift-Kanye West feud comes back to life with an unedited recording of the singers' "Famous" phone call, Kim Kardashian speaks her piece.