The man behind the 'I [Heart] New York' logo and New York magazine's pop-psychedelic punch in the 1960s shaped how we use symbols.
Frida Kahlo photos now on view on Catalina Island. Other weekend options: "Crazy Woke Asians for Black Lives" and a Maria Bamford comedy special.
The Democratic Party of Orange County officials passed an emergency resolution condemning film legend John Wayne's "racist and bigoted statements" and calling for an airport name change.
What's on TV Saturday, June 27, plus Sunday Talk shows
Although the 1967 movie made millions, Webb lived in poverty. The writer gave away his earnings, inheritance and the occasional house he bought, calling it a "purifying experience" to run out of money.
The pedestalizing and supersizing of the white male ruling class expresses too much racist conquest ideology — and too little art — to let these statues command our parks and plazas.
"Pop, Lock & Drop It" rapper Huey was fatally shot late Thursday night in his Missouri hometown, and another man was wounded, police said Friday.
Activist Tina Knowles-Lawson, along with daughters Beyoncé and Solange, recently penned an open letter to Congress advocating for Black and brown voters.
Singer Justin Bieber has filed a $20-million defamation lawsuit against two Twitter accounts that accused him of sexual assault in 2014 and 2015.
CAA and New Enterprise Associates formed Connect Ventures, which aims to support early-stage businesses centered in commerce, content and media. It's the latest move by agencies to diversify beyond the talent representation business.