Ever wondered if Hades is the god of death or god of the Underworld? In this new book, podcast host Liv Albert guides you through the who's who of the ancient world.
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An established pioneer in the field offers a peek inside his colorful laboratory.
'Dexter' star Erik King chats about Sergeant Doakes’s untimely death, how his father inspired the character, and the art of surprising serial killers with tirades of profanity.
The creative creamery will be featuring some of their ice cream at The Village Voice’s upcoming Choice Eats event on March 11.
The author who terrified (and enthralled) you as kid spills on writing, the state of horror, and his history with humor.
There's more to the famed wordsman than just crosswords.
Each week, we're taking artists we admire and asking them to drop some bookshelf-inspired knowledge. This week we talked to the incredible rapper Lushlife.
Why he quit show business, how the Bob and Doug sketches started, and his disastrous early experience on radio.
The story of how Annette Kowalski and Bob Ross met, founded a worldwide company, and made a surprising star of the mild-mannered painter.
Secret #1: Get your narrator in cahoots with the reader.
When you think of madcap inventors and nerd heroes, it's hard to think of someone more inspiring than Homaro Cantu.
When they’re not engaged in scandalous trysts, murder investigations, or hiding children born out of wedlock, the residents of Downton Abbey—both its upstairs aristocracy and downstairs staff—are expected to behave perfectly. Fortunately for the cast and
Set in 1900, "The Knick" follows life and death in a New York hospital. Oh yeah, and the main character is a surgeon who happens to be addicted to cocaine.