Today in History: Dr. Strangelove premieres

Stanley Kubrick’s black comic masterpiece, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb opens in theaters to both critical and popular acclaim. The movie’s popularity was...

How workers in and outside of Hollywood are being hurt by strikes.

There’s a special kind of torture to events with no end in sight. “In a lot of ways, it feels like the pandemic, round two,” says Meghan Pleticha, a Los Angeles-based...
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45 YEARS AGO, MARVEL’S STRONGEST SUPERHERO CHANGED THE COURSE OF TV HISTORY

While a green-painted man with cutoff jeans, a bad wig, and occasionally visible slippers wouldn’t cut it in today’s era of highly sophisticated special effects, the landmark television show led the way...

Where Are the Hamptons, and Why Are They So Popular?

Most everyone who grew up in the Northeastern U.S., or is familiar with the New York metro area, knows about the Hamptons. But for many others, “the Hamptons” is merely a...

Louis Armstrong Plays Trumpet at the Egyptian Pyramids

During the Cold War, the United States made the case for the American way of life by sending its best ambassadors abroad — jazz musicians. “Music that was unique to America...

Spotlight on the 58 Tony-Winning African American Actors & Actresses

February is way more than Valentine’s Day and the frigid cold, it’s also Black History Month, and in celebration, BroadwayBox takes a chronological look at the 58 African American actors and actresses...

Townhouse Where Obama Lived as a Senator Lists for Nearly $1.3 Million

A Washington, D.C., townhouse where former President Barack Obama lived during his years as a senator has hit the market for $1.279 million. “I think the appeal for Obama to...