The drive-through is derided; the drive-in, nearly extinct. But the coronavirus outbreak has made them essential for food, tests, a movie and church.
On Tuesday's "The Tonight Show," Jimmy Fallon impersonated Nicolas Cage playing "Tiger King's" Joe Exotic, complete with a mullet and sunglasses.
Prince Harry shot the sweet video of Meghan Markle reading a children's book to their son, Archie, for #SaveWithStories, a coronavirus-relief initiative.
On the anniversary of the birth of the Works Progress Administration, it's worth asking what a post-COVID Federal Writers Project might look like.
A 1974 "King Lear" will be streamed for free. The amazing cast led by James Earl Jones also includes Raul Julia, Rosalind Cash and Paul Sorvino.
TikTok, the popular China-based social video app, has seen explosive growth this year amid the coronavirus crisis. The company has plans to hire more people, including at its Culver City office.
President Trump toured an N95 mask manufacturing plant Tuesday, with Guns N' Roses' "Live and Let Die" playing loudly in the background.
"Blue Story," the feature filmmaking debut from Rapman, faced many obstacles on its way to reaching U.S. screens and being a U.S. hit.
Anderson Cooper says he and ex-partner Benjamin Maisani are not back together, but they will co-parent new baby Wyatt Morgan Cooper.
Rapman moves from YouTube to feature films with "Blue Story," a tale of two South-East London friends living in different neighborhoods torn apart by gang violence.