Arts & Entertainment
In “Mona Lisa: A Life Discovered,” journalist Dianne Hales introduces the reader to the most recognized artistic subject in history.
“Failure is not a part of the story, it is the story.” —Belinda Rathbone
‘The 33’ were sealed inside a mine as deep as the tallest building on earth. This is the story of what happened underground—and after they were rescued.
A former winner’s critical yet affectionate profile of the Miss America pageant.
Watching scenes being filmed was “as horribly transfixing as watching a baby crawl across the freeway,” writes Greg Sestero in “The Disaster Artist.” No one envisioned that The Room would one day screen to sold-out audiences around the world.
How television turned A Christmas Story into a holiday classic, complete with its own mecca, the Christmas Story House and Museum.