Hangover tattoo lawsuit resolved: a tattoo artist who said Warner Bros. had used his tattoo design without permission has settled the lawsuit.
London's National Gallery recreates Van Gogh with flowers, Matt Damon stars in a 'romantic thriller,' PBS hosts Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor, and more recommendations
Rock band Black Country Communion wrote and recorded a second album, entitled '2,' to have more material for their latest tour. Black Country Communion's tour continues June 23 at the Azkena Rock Festival.
TNT's new sci-fi show 'Falling Skies' echoes themes in AMC's 'The Walking Dead,' but 'Falling Skies' does it better. Post-apocalytic survival is more action packed and human in 'Falling Skies.'
Fried Kool-Aid may be the unhealthiest food at the San Diego County fair this summer. But so far, fans say they love fried Kool-Aid.
As the peony buds arced through the air, the grandchildren looked on in awe.
'Mr. Popper's Penguins' brings out Jim Carrey's usual comedic form, enhanced by half a dozen birds.
In 'City of Life and Death,' a new Chinese take on the horrific massacre of Nanjing attempts to humanize the invaders.
In the graceful documentary 'Buck,' compassion wins with horse trainer Buck Brannaman, who was the inspiration for 'The Horse Whisperer.'
The New England Conservatory's Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, led by renowned conductor Benjamin Zander, find that dedication and hard work make a world of difference. Starting June 14, the Youth Philharmonic Orchestra is going on tour to Austria, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Gustav Mahler’s death
The ancient Turkish city of Hasankeyf fights for survival as a new damn is planned.