The debut episode of reality TV series “Turquoise Fever,” set in the wilds of rural Tonopah, premieres Wednesday on the INSP Network.
Beth Seacord organized “Medical Ethics in Sickbay” and “Time Travel, Transporters and the Terran Universe: Philosophy and Star Trek.”
TV personality Heather Marianna is opening her first beauty supply store — and her “Real Housewives” friends will be there to help.
A Christian TV network is entering the crowded world of 24-hour news broadcasting at a time when the mainstream news media is under increasing attack by President Donald Trump and some of his supporters, many of them evangelicals.
Like Carrie Bradshaw, who once confessed that she owned $40,000 worth of shoes, Nate Tannenbaum can’t say no to a good bow tie.
The Las Vegas Book Festival has announced that Pulitzer Prize winner Colson Whitehead, poet and novelist Luis Rodriguez and author Sara Shepard and will headline this year’s event.
When Ericka was raped on her 21st birthday, she knew she needed to report it immediately.
The Church of Scientology launched its own TV channel with a vow that it will be candid about every aspect of the church and its operations but isn’t seeking to preach or convert.
The 10,000-square-foot attraction features an event room, a gift shop, a wedding chapel, arcade games and four bowling lanes, but it’s the “Twilight Zone” props and scenes painted on the walls in glorious black-light black-and-white that’ll most vividly jog fans’ memories.
This is a total compliment, but talking with Daniel Handler probably is very much like what talking with Lemony Snicket would be like.