Let's cancel 'OK Boomer' in 2020, and the humblebrag, too
The end of the year is nearly upon us and that means it's time for summing up.
The women of 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' blaze a new path
What’s inside the frame and what’s outside of it are electrifyingly synonymous in French filmmaker Céline Sciamma’s “Portrait of a Lady on Fire.
AP’s top albums of 2019: Ari Lennox, Summer Walker, Anitta
Ari Lennox’s “Shea Butter Baby” has been named album of the year by The Associated Press's music editor Mesfin Fekadu.
AP's top songs of 2019: Jhené Aiko, Sam Smith, Normani
Jhene Aiko's “Triggered (freestyle)" has been named song of the year by The Associated Press' Music Editor Mesfin Fekadu; others in the top 10 include Sam Smith, Normani, H.
Actor Ron Leibman dead at 82
Tony and Emmy-winning actor Ron Leibman has died at age 82 following an illness.
Netflix executive touts 'golden era' of streaming service
An executive with Netflix says the streaming giant has boosted its original content exponentially over the last several years and that will mean more action for its production hub in New Mexico.
Melania Trump befriends 18-year-old former leukemia patient
Melania Trump is continuing the tradition of first ladies reading a story to children too sick to leave the hospital for the holidays.
Gala evening at La Scala celebrates culture over extremism
Russian soprano Anna Netrebko is in the title role of “Tosca,” which opens the La Scala opera season.
Nobel literature winner dreams of a new narrative style
Nobel Literature Prize winner Olga Tokarczuk says she thinks a new sort of fiction may be needed to counteract the modern era's tendency to isolate and divide people.
Belafonte recalls Horne’s activism as Solange is honored
Lena Horne was a fierce advocate for civil rights in her later years, but that part of her legacy is often buried behind her glamorous image.
Cranston among celebrities at New Orleans Orpheus parade
Actor Bryan Cranston will be the celebrity monarch when the Krewe of Orpheus parade rolls in New Orleans on Feb.
Weinstein accused of misusing ankle monitor; $5M bail sought
Harvey Weinstein is scheduled to appear in a New York City courtroom Friday for a pretrial hearing in his rape and sexual assault case.
Bloomberg: His news reporters need to accept restrictions
Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg says reporters at the news organization need to accept that restrictions come along with their paycheck.
R. Kelly charged with paying bribe before marrying Aaliyah
Timberlake apologizes to wife for ‘strong lapse in judgment’
Justin Timberlake has publicly apologized to his actress-wife Jessie Biel weeks after he was seen holding hands with the co-star of his upcoming movie.
Billy Joel, Kardashians Diplo descend on Miami for Art Basel
As gallerists and collectors descend on Miami's most prestigious art fair by day, the Hollywood crowd knows it's all about the exclusive after parties.
Review: Townshend, Daltrey return to The Who’s rocking ways
On The Who’s possibly last studio album, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey embody the high standards of the band’s last remaining trademarks: Townshend’s sensitive songwriting and heroic guitar playing, and Daltrey’s superlative singing.
Royal Opera, The Met remove tenor Vittorio Grigolo
The Royal Opera in London and The Met in New York has removed tenor Vittorio Grigolo after an investigation found inappropriate and aggressive behavior at a curtain call.
2-year old Arthur becomes star in UK Christmas ad tradition
Big Christmas ads have become a tradition in Britain — an opportunity usually for much larger companies to pull out all the stops to woo holiday shoppers and stamp their brands on the consumer brain.
The AP names 'Surviving R. Kelly' top TV show of 2019