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As more pet owners try to include their beloved animals in holiday celebrations, photographing special moments—and costumes—is increasingly important. Here are her tips for getting the best photos.
Adding big stars to Hollywood and Broadway productions is often a reliable way to attract audiences. The tactic works for museums, too, where crowds have turned out for exhibits of Matisse, van Gogh and other big-name artists.
Read Speakeasy's roundup of critics' responses to the latest film releases.
Rufus Norris, the director of “Behind the Beautiful Forevers,” a play based on Katherine Boo’s account of slum life in India’s financial capital, Mumbai, says the story's themes are likely to resonate with theater audiences around the world.
Click through for our picks from the year in television.
Stephen Colbert departs on Santa's sleigh as part of the "Colbert Report" finale.
Readers, what do you think of the Martin Amis character in “Money”? What purpose does the character serve?
'I was going to have to leave this new place that I love so much,' the actor says.
Since the dawn of domestication, lovers of the written word have been drawn to cats.
Nick Offerman and Jimmy Fallon come up with a shortened version of "A Visit form St. Nicholas" in an effort to save time during the busy holiday season.
For podcast fans experiencing withdrawal after the final episode.
AMC gives fans of Saul Goodman a behind-the-scenes taste of "Better Call Saul," its coming 'Breaking Bad" spin-off.
AMC has released a video documenting the first day of production of the "Breaking Bad" spinoff, "Better Call Saul," which follows the origin story of Walter White's shyster lawyer, Saul Goodman. Like "BB," "Saul" is shot in Albuquerque, N.M. Show More Summary
The movie may be called “The Hobbit” but make no mistake: “The Battle of the Five Armies,” the third and final installment in Peter Jackson’s trilogy, belongs to Thorin Oakenshield, the leader of the dwarves. In the film, Thorin, played...Show More Summary
A 27-second scene from a movie that hasn’t even been released has wreaked havoc in Hollywood over the past three weeks. Now some Internet users have had the chance see the scene for themselves, since it leaked online.
George R.R. Martin weighed in on the canceled release of “The Interview,” calling it “corporate cowardice.”
The play within the show is getting a brief production as a benefit for the Actors Fund.
Let's take a look back at 10 of the best moments from Stephen Colbert's remarkable nine years with Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report."
The Living Sisters—Inara George, Alex Lilly, Eleni Mandell and Becky Stark—premiere their video for "Little Drummer Boy" on Speakeasy.
“What’s the utility of each lie?”