While Schulz stipulated that the strip would end with him, his iconic characters live on. His widow, Jeannie Schulz, says people still get comfort from the comic because "it talks about humanity."
Four decades after the New York City Rap Tour made history in Europe, Hip-Hop's influence is everywhere - in art, fashion and even the 2024 Olympics.
Hallmark, Lifetime, Netflix and ... QVC? Everybody has holiday movies now, and we're here to help you make your way through the snow. With bells on.
Brooks wrote countless edgy jokes over the years, but he doesn't regret any of them. He calls comedy his "delicious refuge" from the world. His memoir is All About Me! Originally broadcast in 2021.
No lightsabers, no Jedi, no &#$%! Tatooine: Andor ditched familiar Star Wars trappings to document the face of fascism, and — thrillingly — of resistance.
As the social media platform struggles to find a way forward, NPR surveys key moments in its history.
The debates over on-screen representation and filmmaking's blind spots predate digital outrage. The new podcast Screening Ourselves digs into three Hollywood classics, The Godfather, The Color Purple and Basic Instinct, and how they each portrayed, and ignited, historically misrepresented groups.
Mariah Carey sought to trademark the branding for products, but her request was rejected after a challenge from full-time Christmas musician Elizabeth Chan. Now anyone can be a Christmas queen.
It's the beauty firm's biggest acquisition yet. The purchase, subject to regulatory approvals, is slated to close in the first half of 2023.
Steve Jobs wore the Birkenstocks during the early days of Apple in the 1970s and '80s. It's a record price for a pair of sandals.
The cause and time of the fire wasn't immediately clear. The former "Tonight Show" host is known for his famed car collection, which is housed at a garage in Burbank, north of Los Angeles.
Michael Imperioli is back in the spotlight. This time around, he's being propelled by a leading role in another HBO show and a fresh wave of cultural relevance for The Sopranos.
In a sign of the season, a crane hoisted an 82-foot Norway spruce into place at New York City's Rockefeller Plaza. The Christmas tree will be officially lit on Nov. 30.
The incarceration of trans woman Nikita Dragun in a men's jail is part of a much wider trend of transgender individuals being placed in jails and prisons that don't align with their gender identity.
When Ellen Haun and Dru Johnston needed to meet a deadline for health insurance through their union, they decided to get creative.