"I felt in a crazy way that, as an actor, I was burning through life experiences."
Rucci has survived the death, deportation and displacement of his family and friends. Now the Inglewood rapper is ready to take over the world.
A retired actor found what he thought was an ideal place to live in Greenwich Village in 1955, for $90 a month. He never left.
As much as she loves herself.
Benjamin Dreyer sees language the way an epicure sees food. And he finds sloppiness everywhere he looks.
Two tragedies, 43 years apart, have defined the former vice president's life. Have they also made him a more formidable presidential candidate?
While most urologists' success rate of vasectomy reversals hover somewhere around 60%, provided there's sperm in the vas deferens, Dr. Philip Werthman tells me his success rate is 99%.
It's been eight long years since Joe Cornish's first film, the instant cult classic "Attack the Block," made him one of the hottest directorial talents in movies. Now he's back with a modern spin on the Arthurian legend with "The Kid Who Would Be King." What took him so long?
Since we last heard from her, the singer-songwriter worked with David Lynch, starred in a Netflix hit, found love, became a mother, and channeled it into the wonderful new ‘Remind Me Tomorrow’
He was my hero as an undergrad studying science.
Pizza with Kylie Jenner, love from the mayor and quality time with Grandma Sealie: A Lamborghini tour of Houston with hip-hop's newest superstar.
The 55-year-old author, podcaster and all-around brilliant guy talks about the songs and artists that have meant the most to him — Willie Nelson, Brian Eno, Kanye West — five years at a time.
In a year when tech giants have loomed larger and more menacing than ever, Alexis Ohanian has rebranded himself as "Business Dad." Can the Reddit cofounder really evolve into a leading advocate of empathy in Silicon Valley?
The British band remains one of the UK's most popular exports, but on "Simulation Theory,"?they retreat from our modern horrors and look toward the future instead.
Chase Koch, son of Charles, wants to steer the conservative juggernaut his family created toward a kinder, gentler libertarianism.
A lively conversation with the new 76ers' star about his old team, that one practice and why he's reading "Ego is the Enemy."
The struggling tobacco farmer, battling a changed industry and failing health, knew he'd fallen behind on payments. The letter just spelled out the specifics. Johnny Angell was 73 days late and owed more than $880,000. If he and his wife Sharon didn't pay up by March 15, Farm Credit would begin foreclosure proceedings on the couple's 364 acres of land.
Amid an opioid crisis, police and strangers with cameras are posting raw images of drug users passed out. For those whose bleakest moments now live online, life is never the same.
Elizabeth Rowe's lawsuit against the Boston Symphony Orchestra could change how orchestras pay men and women.
Heckerling, the pioneering director behind “Fast Times at Ridgemont High,” is turning “Clueless” into a musical. Will she finally get her due?
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