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John Malkovich on Filming His Vision of 2115, Then Locking It Away in a Time Capsule

Actor and director Robert Rodriguez was recruited by Louis XIII champagne cognac to imagine what life will be like in 100 years.

Underworld’s Karl Hyde on Dance Divide, Future Islands’ “Seasons”: “I Hope They Find Their Danny Boyle”

"'Trainspotting' opened a lot of doors for us and it really fast tracked us"

These Are the 8 Best Places to Eat at JFK

The days of soggy airport pizza are long gone.

These Are the 8 Best Places to Eat at LAX

Now available: quinoa and soba noodles. You won't find this on the train.

This Is How You Do LAX and JFK Like a VIP

Coughing children in a communal waiting area? No thanks. This is how to get across the coast right.

Airline Wars: Who Does LAX to JFK Best?

"Top Chef" cuisine? Massage chairs? Onboard espresso machine? It's all there as new high-end amenities reveal the escalating battle for the bicoastal business traveler, and the airlines (including…

Alan McGee, Creation Records Founder Who Discovered Oasis: Drugs ‘Nearly Killed Me’ (Q&A)

The legendary U.K. executive launches a new label, 359 Music, in partnership with Cherry Red.

5 New or Improved Winter Escapes for Hollywood

Go from 60 (degrees) to 80 fast at these getaways in hotspots down south from Cabo to the Mexican Riviera, and from St. Barts to Bora Bora.

The Crystal Method Scores J.J. Abrams’ ‘Almost Human’ (Q&A)

Scott Kirkland talks to THR about scoring Fox's upcoming sci-fi drama, the Las Vegas group's new album (featuring collaborations with LeAnn Rimes and Dia Frampton and why EDM is finding a mainstream…

Berlin’s Terri Nunn: Now the Wiser and Determined to ‘Enjoy the Ride More’ (Q&A)

Some 27 years after "Take My Breath Away" soundtracked "Top Gun," the singer finds inspiration in EDM heavies like Skrillex and Armin van Buuren for her latest album.

‘Love is a Mix Tape’ Author Rob Sheffield on His New Book, 8 Best Karaoke Songs

"Turn Around Bright Eyes: The Rituals of Love and Karaoke" is a poignant but funny account of how karaoke helped the writer move on from the terrible grief that followed the tragic death of his wife.