“I wanted to ask a member of ISIS what they laugh about,” Charles said.
Author Ottessa Moshfegh has defied the old adage, “never meet your heroes.”
A musical with a pedophilic lead is a tricky proposition.
David, like Rushdie, is a satirist. They find common cause in turning a story of exile and danger into a social situation good for a few solid gags.
To those aware of star and co-creator Natasha Lyonne’s Orthodox background and family history the show’s themes are undeniably Jewish.
The National Theatre Folksbiene’s Global Yiddish Theatre Restoration Project is bringing audiences long-forgotten songs and shows.
“Bohemian Rhapsody” may win a BAFTA award, but it looks like the film’s director, Bryan Singer, won’t.
The typical crowd at Zabar’s is a far cry from most music video day players. That didn’t stop Jonah Hill.
Prepare to be repelled: Hitler’s nude portrait of his own niece, Geli Raubel, might potentially fetch hundreds of thousands of dollars at auction.
On February 5 Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, knighted Simon Schama, the 73-year-old historian and Columbia University professor.