Walter Thompson-Hernández's "The Compton Cowboys: The New Generation of Cowboys in America's Urban Heartland" tells a grand story in granular detail.
The journalist ("The Looming Tower") and playwright ("My Trip to Al Qaeda") discusses his frightening and eerily prescient novel, "The End of October."
Move productions outdoors? Present different work? Faced with so many unknowns, one artistic director vows: "We all will sit in a theater again."
Coronavirus has canceled graduation ceremonies for the class of 2020, so Facebook has tapped Oprah Winfrey, Simone Biles and other celebs for a virtual event.
A federal judge dismissed most of the WGA's claims in its lawsuit against major talent agencies William Morris Endeavor, Creative Artists Agency and United Talent Agency.
Christine Baranski explains how she came to sing "The Ladies Who Lunch" with Meryl Streep and Audra McDonald for Stephen Sondheim's virtual birthday.
What's on TV Tuesday, April 28: What's on TV Tuesday: 'Bless the Mess' on ABC; Coronavirus TV specials; talk shows; movies on TV and more
The best performances in "Take Me to the World: A Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration" showed how the composer doesn't traffic in formulas.
Bill Gardner's "Rhapsody in Black" show has been a staple of L.A. radio since the early 1980s, airing classic R&B. But its future is in peril due to the coronavirus.
For the first time ever, "American Idol" put on a quarantined show with judges and contestants appearing from their homes in more than 20 locations.