Mana, "Cama Incendiada" (Warner Music)
It's a given that pop-rock band Mana will sell out shows wherever they go, whether it's the Staples Center (where they set the mark with 11 sell-out concerts) or in their native Mexico. But what hasn't been easy for the band is keeping the energized sound that propelled them to fame with their 1992 breakout album "Donde Jugaran los Ninos?"
“The Light Between Oceans” is a heart-wrenching work of fiction by new Australian writer M.L. Stedman.
The best-selling novel "Child 44" by Tom Rob Smith runs well over 400 pages, and that's perhaps the first hint as to why the movie based on it seems to veer in 40 different directions.
"Pleasantville" (Harper), by Attica Locke
The compelling "Pleasantville" continues Attica Locke's insightful look at African-American life in Houston, where politics, race and classism converge in myriad ways.
Taking aim at cyberbullies on their home turf, Levan Gabriadze's "Unfriended" envisions an I Know What You Did Last Summer-style vengeance scenario conducted by a ghost entirely via social media.
San Francisco is poised to ban performances using bears, lions, elephants and other wild animals and join dozens of other places that have similar prohibitions.
A Vegas-style nightclub with high-tech light and sound, video screens and several stages has become San Francisco’s hottest venue for classical music.
Norwegian Cruise Line is offering free booze to attract more customers on short cruises out of Miami.
Is it possible for a movie to be at once ludicrously silly and genuinely moving? That's the strange question you might find yourself asking while watching "The Age of Adaline," a romantic fantasy with surprising heft that will likely have you scoffing at one moment, then furtively wiping away a tear the next.
"Adult Onset" (Tin House Books), by Ann-Marie MacDonald
Ann-Marie MacDonald's latest novel, "Adult Onset," tracks a week in the life of Mary Rose MacKinnon.
When Prince William and Kate announced they were expecting their first child in 2012, the appetite for royal baby news seemed insatiable.
"The Beekeeper's Daughter" (Simon & Schuster), by Santa Montefiore
International best-selling author Santa Montefiore writes an epic romance that spans two generations in her new novel, "The Beekeeper's Daughter."
Michael Finkel's journalism career, torpedoed by a partly fabricated story, had just bottomed out when a phone call came asking why a man accused of murdering his wife and three children in Oregon was identifying himself "Mike Finkel, New York Times."
Broadway-goers this fall will get a special treat — James Earl Jones and Cicely Tyson sharing the same stage again.
While Super Bowl XLIX commercials were more sensitive and less gender offensive than in past years, women and people of color remain vastly underrepresented among the creative directors who are producing those ads, according to a diversity study released Wednesday.