“Halloween” is a horror film, but it is also a film that pulses with the repercussions of trauma.
The event boasts fine food, wine, craft beer and spirits from local and national chefs and mixologists along with seminars, cooking demonstrations.
“I’m not a crazy dog lady. I just really wanted to prolong my boy’s life,” said Megan Long, whose Rottweiler mix was having digestive problems.
Even a black-and-white, Spanish-language Netflix film has a shot when it’s the work of the ‘Gravity’ filmmaker.
Will Smith opened up about his marriage to Pinkett Smith, 47, in a promotional clip for the online talk show.
John Goodman acknowledges that the new show will be different without Roseanne Barr. But he’s happy to be back with his colleagues.
“He’s so not Don Draper,” the actor says of the brash salesman he plays in the period piece.
These 15 acts, all snubbed for consideration by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, easily could have earned a spot this year:
A Netflix superuser in India who watched more than seven hours a day has admitted he needs help, an Indian newspaper has reported.
BOOK REVIEWS: The big fall mysteries have arrived, including surefire bestseller by Kate Atkinson and novels by Andrew Gross and Chicago’s Abby Geni.
The documentary about the forced eviction of striking miners in 1917 takes on extra urgency by focusing on the words and deeds of current residents.
MUSIC REVIEW: “Shallow” is already big, but the soundtrack’s most intriguing entry is Lady Gaga’s “Always Remember Us This Way.”
To celebrate her debut solo album, songwriting whiz Emily Warren shares a personal playlist including songs by Disclosure, Teyana Taylor and Drake.
The weather has gotten a bit cooler making for more pleasant travel.
The super model opens up about motherhood, marriage to NFL star Tom Brady and several personal struggles.