The most popular movies in the U.S. are rarely the ones nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards. We look at the top-grossing films of 2013 and see how they compare with the Best Picture field.
More than half of new craft beer breweries are restaurant-based brewpubs, which is a great thing for a beer industry running out of shelf space and beer lovers who like to drink locally and take beer road trips.
When the average price of one movie ticket was the cost of one month of Netflix last year, moviegoers confirmed they were willing to wait months for cheaper options.
Let It Go is still driving box office sales for Frozen, has produced two separate Billboard singles and has firm roots in musical theater. Its resonance with the youngest generation of moviegoers may be its most compelling argument for an Academy Award.
The spring seasonal beer styles are available whether you want them or not. Among them are some great brews that don't abandon heavier winter malts, but signal a tastier summer ahead.
With theater numbers and movie ticket sales shrinking, even Oscar-nominated documentaries are going door-to-door to tell their stories.
With the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi over, it's worth remembering that is is a Ryder Cup, World Cup and even basketball World Cup year.
The NHL needs to pull its players from the 2018 Winter Olympics not because they're not entertaining, but because Gary Bettman's league can't convert Olympic hockey viewers into fans.
Since Wal-Mart can't figure out why having a song by Canada's Rush in a commercial about U.S. manufacturing is bad, we've decided to show them the American artists and songs they overlooked.
As the men's hockey gold medal game brings the Sochi Winter Olympics to a close, a look at championships past reveals how the U.S., Soviet, Canadian and Swedish teams saved their best for last.