We’ve known for a while that testosterone is associated with aggressive behavior. But a fascinating new experiment reveals that these hormones are a two-way street: Simply acting aggressive can also raise levels of testosterone, in both women and men.
In 1936 Ayn Rand was no fan of Franklin D. Roosevelt and his New Deal programs. So it may come as a surprise to fans of Rand that the libertarian icon took money from the Works Progress Administration’s Federal Theatre Project. Like a lot of money.
This red-sided house, rotting on a quiet street of York, Alabama, was once a symbol of the town’s struggle with blight. But over the past two years, with the help of the citizens who invited him there, artist Matthew Mazzotta has disassembled the abandoned structure and rebuilt it—as a tiny home that unfolds into an…
Any time you're out to see a show—whether it's actors on stage or Hollywood's latest money grab, the place you sit in relation to the action is vitally important to your viewing enjoyment. But it's not just a matter of preference—there's a science to getting the best seat. Here's where to go to get the most for your…
Come with me. I've got something to show you. A dark-haired woman clad in a long beaded dress said this to me as she whisked me away into the strange underworld of "Sleep No More."
If you're not ready to go whole hog with discrete components, Blu-ray home theater systems-also known as home theater in a box systems, or HTiBs-are an easy and affordable alternative.
How's this sound: A movie subscription that lets you watch unlimited movies in theaters for 50 bucks a month. It's like Netflix but for the real, real life. Would that be something you're interested in?
The taboo against talking on your phone during movies is at this point about as socially established as our rules against eating each other alive, socks with sandals, or marrying our parents. But what about movie texting? Let's explore.
Before plotting your next Broadway adventure, make sure you're armed with ILoveNYTheater. It's an app that's Fandango for the Great White Way.
If the 85-inch, 3D display on Bang & Olufsen's BeoVision 4-85 doesn't turn a few heads, maybe its motorized stand will. Their first foray into 3DTVs, Bang & Olufsen's BeoVision stand automatically tilts and rises to match your line of sight, giving you an optimum view of the anti-reflective plasma screen, which is…
An Austrian production of French Revolutionary opera ‘Andre Chenier' is set to start in July, on the banks of beautiful Lake Constance. Not quite so beautiful is the eery, incomplete, massive human torso (with 49-foot head) that provides the stage.
The biggest attention grabber at the Met's upcoming production of "Siegfried" won't be some Nordic diva. It's going to be the advanced 3D projections on a 45-ton set that will create an intricate forest scene. Better still: audiences own't have to dawn those geeky glasses:
The Spiderman musical. It's cursed! Or at least very poorly conceived. Either way, to get cartoonishly caught up on everything that's gone tragi-hilariously wrong with Julie Taymor's über-expensive production of Turn Off the Dark, look no further. [NMA]
This was no hobby. The Shalimar Theater grew from a man's love, his dedication to a dying art. In The Projectionist, we see not just life's inherent frailty but also glimpse at the possibility of creation that transcends our mortality.
Samsung debuted the world's first 3D-capable Blu-ray player today, but don't get too excited about relaxing to a 3D movie on a long flight. The BD-C8000 doesn't offer 3D on-the-go, just when hooked up to a 3DTV.
In 1995, the AMC Grand opened in Dallas. It had 24 screens and it changed the movie theater industry: It was the United States' first megaplex. Sadly, the theater will close on November 30. [Dallas News]
Panasonic isn't taking no for an answer on this 3DTV business. To make the prospect of switching over a little more appealing, they're rolling out the SC-ZT2: a fully wireless home theater audio system designed specifically for Full HD 3D.
One actor and one audience member will slip into this rather tiny theater for a very private and intimate performance. I sincerely hope neither has gas.
Variety recently talked to Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO of DreamWorks Animation, about the state of 3D film making. Katzenberg promptly released the Kraken on Clash of the Titans. Here's why he thinks it could spell the end of 3D.