A new National Geographic video, 'Behind the Scenes: Life Below Zero,' provides a look at how the people who work on the show create a time-lapse in such difficult weather conditions, the National Women’s History Museum’s new exhibit, 'Inventive Women,' explores the lives of women in the United States who patented important inventions and technologies, and more top picks.
Astronaut Drew Feustel has been posting fun updates via Twitter about plants that fellow astronaut Ricky Arnold has been growing on the International Space Station, director Steven Spielberg helmed the adaptation of Ernest Cline’s bestselling novel 'Ready Player One,' which is available on DVD and Blu-ray, and more top picks.
The high-schoolers, coaches, and choreographer of the Jimmy Awards say that what matters to them about theater is learning to empathize with characters and bringing audiences into that process. It’s an experience they say matters even more in the current political climate and during the complex years of high school.
Philadelphia, renowned for its piles of litter, has begun an initiative to clean up its streets, starting with taking down ubiquitous, illegal signs, which will be handed over to local artists to be transformed into public artwork.
Morgan Hurd competes on the balance beam at the US Gymnastics Championships on Aug. 19, in Boston.
Nonprofit Halcyon is partnering with dozens of Washington-based arts organizations, local businesses, and government agencies for the arts takeover of the city, which will include everything from visual arts installations, an augmented reality art hunt, and high-profile speakers to a range of musical performances, with most events being free.
The movie 'Loveless' centers on divorcing couple Zhenya (Maryana Spivak) and Boris (Aleksey Rozin), whose son, Alyosha (Matvey Novikov), goes missing, take a look back when Tony Awards host Josh Groban starred in “Chess in Concert” in 2008 and impressively performed the song 'Anthem,' and more top picks.
What happens to a classic when it’s combined with modern ideas? In Cambodia, officials’ concern for traditional culture – four decades after it was threatened by the Khmer Rouge – is not preventing new art from being created. But a contemporary dance company is challenged by little money and limited access to an audience that could ensure its survival.