Fall theater opens with classics such as Chekhov's 'The Seagull' and Miller's 'All My Sons,' plus a little light relief in 'Billy Elliot' and 'Shrek.'
Daring satire pushes buttons as it parodies the moviemaking business.
One man flips through the supermarket tabloids – and recognizes none of the celebrities.
Using the Internet to hide, groups like Anonymous spread sensitive materials.
The retired automobile dealer owns a fleet of 45 old vehicles, which he rents to studios for about $300 per scene. You've probably seen them – in 'The Aviator,' 'Pearl Harbor,' and 'Seabiscuit.'
Ryan Reynolds and Abigail Breslin star in a new romantic comedy, which unwinds like a somewhat improbable Hollywood fairy tale.
The Scholastic Kids Press Corps has 80-plus members ages 10 to 14 from all over the United States.
Anthony Lewis follows the history of the First Amendment protections.
Anthony Lewis follows the history of First Amendment protections.
Phone companies are on the run, and – look out! – Apple is plunging into movies. Privacy, meanwhile, is out the window. And watch for the emerging battle of the software titans: Microsoft vs. Google.