Tennessee Williams News
'The Disaster Artist' director and star James Franco: 'I identify with this story; I love this story'
Franco appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about directing and starring in the film.
Pierce Brosnan: 'Acting for me is my life force'
Brosnan appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his new TV series "The Son."
'Wheel of Fortune' contestant makes a racy mistake
A Wheel of Fortune contestant who was one letter away from solving the puzzle during Tuesday's show added an X-rated twist to the title of a Tennessee Williams classic.
'Wheel of Fortune' contestant flubs 'Streetcar Named Desire' puzzle after making racy mistake
A Wheel of Fortune contestant who was one letter away from solving the puzzle during Tuesday's show added an X-rated twist to the title of a Tennessee Williams classic. With "A STREETCAR NA_ED DESIRE" on the board, Kevin made an embarrassing -- if not comical -- misstep: he guessed "k." No, the the
'10% Happier with Dan Harris' and RuPaul
The world's most famous drag queen talks with ABC News' Dan Harris about how he started his meditation practice.
Lego Sets Are A Better Investment Than Gold
Since the year 2000, sets of the popular building blocks in "pristine condition" have appreciated 12% in value.
Steve Soboroff's famous typewriter collection has many stories to tell
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Steve Soboroff still becomes awestruck when he thinks about how he got here. As he stands in a museum surrounded by 33 typewriters that were owned by some of the world's most famous (John Lennon and Ernest Hemingway) and infamous ("Unabomber" Ted Kaczynski and "Dr. Death"
They're Booked! Five (Real) Hotels Found in Novels
Any writer worth his weight in hardbacks knows that one of the most essential aspects of a story is setting; it sets the scene, provides conflict, controls character interaction and creates a mood. It only makes sense, then, that authors return again and again to hotels, in particular, to fill the
Spooky Vacation Ideas for Halloween
It’s time to get your spook on. Halloween is just two short weeks away, and for many that means shaking out the costumes, buying some candy and cueing the Monster Mash marathon. But for the brave of heart, Oyster’s here to help you choose your spooky itinerary for Fright Night. No matter where you