A meeting between the two rivals would make a fitting farewell to a comedy era—and might remind people that there's more to Leno than his successful-but-stale Tonight routine.
A new biography sheds light on the many careers of the late artist, including his live-action experimental filmmaking.
Encouraging kids is fine, but films like Planes and Turbo take their messages to an extreme. Parents should turn to 1969's A Boy Named Charlie Brown for a reality check.
Ernest Thayer's poem, first published in June of 1888, became a sportswriting classic by combining 19th-century baseball details with a timeless fable about hubris.
The late legend's nice-guy mythology has lent him a diminished legacy compared with the his peers.
The man who led the St. Louis Cardinals to a World Series championship last season knows baseball—but not how to write about it.
Its sketches lampoon decades-old talk shows while barely acknowledging the Internet's existence.
Forget David Freese and Albert Pujols: The Cardinals owe their World Series victory to a middling retired pitcher named Kent Bottenfield
Waits's latest album sees the ornery and brilliant singer addressing his own legend
A look at the career of the raspy-voiced singer-songwriter, who has always seemed slightly out of step with his contemporaries