The Go-Gos, the pioneering all-woman rock band, are heading to Broadway, with an assist by Gwyneth Paltrow.
The New York Philharmonic, long saddled with uncertain finances, announced Dec. 12 that its new leadership had secured $50 million to keep the leading U.S. orchestra solvent for at least several seasons.
Saudi filmmakers and major cinema chains alike are basking in the news the kingdom will lift its decades-old ban on movie theaters, opening a market of more than 30 million people.
Some 450,000 people visited the famous opaque glass terrace jutting out over the İncekaya Canyon in the historic town of Safranbolu in the Black Sea province of Karabük in the first 11 months of this year, state-run Anadolu Agency reported on Dec. 13.
Istanbul’s Pera Museum has opened its new winter season with two exhibitions, “Re/Framing Louis Kahn: Photographs by Cemal Emden – Drawings and Paintings” and “Look at Me!: Portraits and Other Fictions from the ‘la Caixa’ Contemporary Art Collection.”
At a brewery nestled in rolling farmland in northern England, the process of making beer begins with dropping dozens of unwanted loaf ends, thrown away by a sandwich factory, into a large stainless steel tank.
Apple said on Dec. 11 that it would buy leading song recognition app Shazam in a fresh bid to secure an edge in the intensifying battle of streaming services.
The ruins of an 816-year-old Seljuk inn have emerged from the waters of the Altınapa dam, which provides drinking water to the Central Anatolian province of Konya.
The Disney-Pixar animated comedy “Coco” showed serious staying power last weekend in North American theaters, holding to the top spot for its third week running while taking in an estimated $18.3 million, industry website Exhibitor Relations reported.