Two Italian "giallo" films see the light of day on a tremendous four-disc box set from Arrow Video.
The word artist gets tossed around with alarming frequency within the celebrity world, but it's unquestionably an accurate moniker for Rufus Wainwright.
These four films coming out may not break the box office, but they will undoubtedly make a splash this summer.
Sutton Foster electrified the Symphony Hall audience last night with the Boston Pops. If you missed it, she's back tonight.
Anthony Giardina's 2010 political drama, "The City of Conversation," harkens back to a time when Washington, D.C. was not only the capitol of the United States, but on many other levels was an intellectual capital of social politics.
The national tour of the musical "Ragtime" made its Dallas stop at The Music Hall at Fair Park.
The California State Senate has approved a bill, authored by Senator Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens) to close a loophole that allows private universities to discriminate against students and staff based on their gender expression, or sexual orientation.
The Family Research Council presented anti-LGBT Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant with an award named in honor of Samuel Adams of the American Revolution and Summer Ale fame.
It's got the setting of a western, but it's far more interested in the relationships between the men who are stuck driving through it. They're a cross-section of bad matches.
The Southern Poverty Law Center issued a report this week calling on Congress to pass a law banning the practice of gay conversion therapy.