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SAG Awards 2015 highlights

A look at the best moments from the 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

SAG Awards 2015: List of winners

A look at the winners from the 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

SAG Awards 2015 red carpet fashion looks and trends

Hollywood stars wore a rainbow of colors and designs to the Screen Actors Guild Awards red carpet

SAG Awards: Winners, highlights, top moments

The 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, honoring both film and TV, should offer a preview to the winners at next month's Oscars

"American Sniper" stays atop weekend box office

The Clint Eastwood film is up for six Academy Awards, including best picture and best actor for Bradley Cooper


Books of The Times: ‘Guantánamo Diary’ by Mohamedou Ould Slahi

published about 8 hours ago
Mohamedou Ould Slahi’s memoir, “Guantánamo Diary,” was published after a seven-year legal battle and with heavy redactions from military censors.

Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs by Johann Hari – digested read

published about 12 hours ago
John Crace synthesises down to 700 words an investigation into modern addiction by the journalist in career rehab Continue reading...

Guantánamo Diary: Shami Chakrabarti reads an extract – podcast

published about 12 hours ago
Mohamedou Ould Slahi charts the routines of the guards at Camp Echo, in our latest extract from his Guantánamo Diary, read by Shami Chakrabarti Continue ... more

Othello by William Shakespeare - review

published about 13 hours ago
'It is a great example of a text that was written hundreds of years ago, but with themes that can be applied to modern day ... more

Wake by Anna Hope review – a masterclass in historical fiction

published about 13 hours ago
This outstanding debut captures with crystal clarity the lives of three women in the wake of the first world war Continue reading...

Woman gets bag full of cash at Burger King drive-thru

published 1 day ago
Woman gets bag full of cash at Burger King drive-thru
A New Hampshire woman got a surprise at a Burger King drive-thru: a bag full of cash instead of food.         

Man close to running 7 marathons in 7 days on 7 continents

published 1 day ago
Man close to running 7 marathons in 7 days on 7 continents
A San Francisco man is one race away from completing seven marathons in seven days on seven continents.         

Man who bought lottery tickets to break $100 bill wins $10M

published 1 day ago
Man who bought lottery tickets to break $100 bill wins $10M
A Massachusetts man who bought a pair of lottery tickets at a grocery shop to break a $100 bill for lunch has ended up winning ... more

High school coach charged with biting another coach in face

published Thu, Jan 22 2015 17:24 GMT
High school coach charged with biting another coach in face
A high school coach in suburban Atlanta is accused of biting another coach's face, though her attorney says the attack never happened.         

Police: Woman says aliens told her to break into theme park

published Thu, Jan 22 2015 17:11 GMT
Police: Woman says aliens told her to break into theme park
Police say a couple broke into a theme park that was closed for the offseason near the South Carolina-North Carolina line, and the woman told ... more

'Birdman,' 'Lego' win Producers Guild Awards

published about 22 hours ago
By Ariana Bacle

'American Sniper' is No. 1 again

published about 23 hours ago
By Ariana Bacle Estimated $64.4M weekend takes Clint Eastwood film on life of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle to $200M total U.S. earnings

SAG Awards 2015 winners are... (updated)

published about 23 hours ago
By Esther Zuckerman Click in and refresh throughout the telecast as get the results in a key indicator for the Oscars race

'Cake' review: Jennifer Aniston's human face on chronic pain

published 2 days ago
By Melissa Maerz Melissa Maerz on a performance that's more than skin deep in a movie about an uncomfortable subject

Looking to Uplift, With Navajo ‘Rez Metal’

published about 3 hours ago
As a veteran lawmaker on the Navajo reservation, Edmund Yazzie is an integral part of the establishment. He is also the drummer for the metal ... more

Navajo Heavy Metal

published about 3 hours ago
In addition to playing in a heavy metal band with his son, Darius, Edmund Yazzie is also a delegate to the Navajo legislature.

Music Review: New Juilliard Ensemble’s Focus! Festival Under Joel Sachs

published about 5 hours ago
Music Review: New Juilliard Ensemble’s Focus! Festival Under Joel Sachs
Focus! Festival by the New Juilliard Ensemble and conducted by Joel Sachs features works of contemporary Japanese music since 1945.

Music Review: Gidon Kremer and Daniil Trifonov Team Up at Carnegie Hall

published about 6 hours ago
Music Review: Gidon Kremer and Daniil Trifonov Team Up at Carnegie Hall
Daniil Trifonov, the young Russian pianist hailed for his technique, joined the Latvian violinist Gidon Kremer for a duo recital at Carnegie Hall.

Jenny Lewis and Ryan Adams Bring Moody Country-Pop to 'Austin City Limits'

published about 6 hours ago
The 40th season of the PBS' live music institution Austin City Limits rolled on for another impeccably booked episode on Saturday night featuring the occasional ... more

Theater Review: ‘Let the Right One In,’ a Stark Vampire Love Story

published less than 1 hour ago
Theater Review: ‘Let the Right One In,’ a Stark Vampire Love Story
The innocently murderous child at the heart of “Let the Right One In” is nothing like the beautiful It vampires who slither across screens in ... more

Arts, Briefly: Ars Nova Announces Its 2015 Season

published about 5 hours ago
Arts, Briefly: Ars Nova Announces Its 2015 Season
A new play about six strangers who leave the city for a silent retreat in the woods will open the 2015 season at the Manhattan ... more

Arts, Briefly: Larry David Racks Up a Big Broadway Advance

published about 5 hours ago
Arts, Briefly: Larry David Racks Up a Big Broadway Advance
Larry David’s stage debut, “Fish in the Dark,” has set a Broadway record for advance ticket sales for a play.

Theater Review: Parallel Exit Performs ‘Everybody Gets Cake!’ at 59E59

published about 5 hours ago
Theater Review: Parallel Exit Performs ‘Everybody Gets Cake!’ at 59E59
The comedy troupe Parallel Exit evokes “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In” in its new show, “Everybody Gets Cake!”

Theater Review: ‘Lionboy,’ a Fairy Tale Set in a Dystopian Future

published about 6 hours ago
Theater Review: ‘Lionboy,’ a Fairy Tale Set in a Dystopian Future
Set in a dystopian future in which corporations are more powerful than governments, “Lionboy” focuses on a young hero who comes home one day to ... more

Review: Eric Church rocks Phoenix with 'Outsiders' tour

published about 7 hours ago
Review: Eric Church rocks Phoenix with 'Outsiders' tour
Concert review: Eric Church brought a giant inflatable devil to Phoenix         

NFL Experience wows one young football fan

published about 9 hours ago
NFL Experience wows one young football fan
Opening day at the NFL Experience, the NFL's football theme park, brought plenty to do and lots of smiles from one fan.         

1/24: 'Gridiron Glory' opens at Arizona Science Center

published 2 days ago
1/24: 'Gridiron Glory' opens at Arizona Science Center
Exhibit showcases artifacts, interactive displays from Canton's Pro Football Hall of Fame         

Gallo Blanco leaving the Clarendon Hotel?

published 2 days ago
Gallo Blanco leaving the Clarendon Hotel?
Doug Robson's lauded modern-Mexican restaurant could close as soon as Saturday, Jan. 31         

Facts and figures about the Grand Canyon climbing wall

published 2 days ago
Facts and figures about the Grand Canyon climbing wall
How many foot holds? How many tons? How long did it take to build the Grand Canyon Experience climbing wall?         

ArtsBeat: ‘Downton Abbey’ Recap: Thomas and the Heterosexual Household

published less than 1 hour ago
ArtsBeat: ‘Downton Abbey’ Recap: Thomas and the Heterosexual Household
Thomas thinks he has problems!

ArtsBeat: ‘Girls’ Recap: Hannah Horvath Insults the Rainbow

published about 1 hour ago
ArtsBeat: ‘Girls’ Recap: Hannah Horvath Insults the Rainbow
In this episode: a rant, an arrest and a bare bottom.

Television Review: ‘Night Will Fall’ Examines the Making of a 1945 Holocaust Documentary

published about 5 hours ago
Television Review: ‘Night Will Fall’ Examines the Making of a 1945 Holocaust Documentary
In 1945, filmmakers accompanied Allied troops as they liberated concentration camps. The documentary “Night Will Fall” samples their footage and offers eyewitness accounts.

North Korea’s Forbidden Love? Smuggled, Illegal Soap Operas

published 1 day ago
North Korea’s Forbidden Love? Smuggled, Illegal Soap Operas
Despite a crackdown on smugglers, South Korean soap operas are sneaking visions of a comfortable lifestyle into North Korea, causing some to defect.

The Week Ahead | Television: Taking Shots, on and Off ‘Suits’

published 1 day ago
The Week Ahead | Television: Taking Shots, on and Off ‘Suits’
“Suits” has long been an underrated guilty pleasure, and is back for Season 4.