Actor was widely ridiculed for a music performance last week.
Except where indicated, all area codes are 419. Toledo Museum of Art: 2445 Monroe St.; 255-8000; Shakespeare’s Characters: Playing the Part; through Jan. 8; “I Approve This Message: Decoding Political Ads” Exhibit; through Nov. 8;
Leslie Adams' new piece shown ahead of Michigan competition.
Broadway hit 'Kinky Boots' coming to Stranahan next June.
Last fall, Matthew Weiner was walking on Manhattan’s Upper East Side when he saw a teenage girl having a tense conversation with a companion near a building under construction. Weiner, creator of the AMC drama Mad Men, was carrying the
In a nondescript Burbank, Calif., business park, the creators of stop-motion animation house Stoopid Buddy Stoodios keep a 1970s Winnebago parked inside their offices. In keeping with the campground vibe, the company behind Adult Swim’s Robot
LOS ANGELES — Oliver Stone had no desire to make a movie about Edward Snowden. That might seem surprising for a man who has tackled everything from the Vietnam War to the assassination of John F. Kennedy in his 40-some years as a filmmaker.
Hollywood isn’t just discriminating by gender and race, but also by age — and that might shorten the lives of underrepresented seniors who tend to be the butt of jokes rather than stars of the silver screen, a new study shows. Of
Miniseries, game shows, Winona Ryder — true crime is just the latest genre resurrected by the ever-increasing powers of television. And the shows now emerging may be the most troubling and important yet. Long dismissed as lowbrow,
The thing Hannibal Buress mainly remembers about visiting New Orleans is the parades. A friend told him that for $300, “you can have your own parade on a day’s notice.” So Buress, 33, marched into the police station, found the