The pioneering entertainer enjoyed a dazzling career that kept him dancing for decades
The Wicked Witch of the West uses the prop to taunt Dorothy in the famous 1939 film
The movie contributed to a rise in shark trophy hunting
Players of all ages will have to make room in their closets for these selections
The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History brings television, film, music and sports together in one enthralling space
"The Fabelmans" is a lightly fictionalized dramatization of the famous director's childhood
The rap star has invested nearly $100 million to bring back the ambitious 1987 carnival
The performer's vivacious life takes the stage as part of the new Smithsonian exhibition, "Entertainment Nation"
An inside look at how popular culture represents who we are as a nation
Many of the Marvel superhero’s powers are inspired by the namesake predator
A new permanent exhibition offers proof that popular entertainment can be more than just a diversion
It’s the second title in three years for the 1,400-pound behemoth dubbed “Bear Force One”
The Las Vegas hotel and casino temporarily closed its dolphin exhibit after 11-year-old K2 passed last month
"Blonde," a heavily fictionalized film by Andrew Dominik, explores the star's life and legend in a narrative that's equal parts glamorous and disturbing
Director Olivia Wilde dubbed the new film "'The Feminine Mystique' on acid"
Donated to the head of Catholic University’s drama department in 1973, the garment's ownership is now at the center of a legal dispute
After seemingly closing for good five years ago, Ringing Bros. and Barnum & Bailey will launch a new, more modern show in 2023
Sixty years after Seattle's Century 21 Exposition, world's fairs have largely fallen out of fashion in the U.S.
An Austen expert and a period drama TV critic reflect on the enduring appeal of romance series set in turn-of-the-19th-century England
The estimated $90 million deal will go mostly toward a scholarship fund for children from South Carolina and Georgia
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