Amy Winehouse's family feels betrayed by her best pal's tell-all book about her life and tragic death.
Miriam Margolyes claims Warren Beatty propositioned her when she met him while auditioning for 'Reds' in 1981.
Billie Eilish has revealed there is a lot of "angry" energy on her upcoming second studio album, 'Happier Than Ever'.
Billie Eilish teased fans with a brief clip of her upcoming single, 'Happier Than Ever', on social media.
AC/DC legend Brian Johnson has announced his upcoming memoir, 'The Lives of Brian', which is set for release on October 26.
Ellie Goulding is planning to follow-up her tome 'FITTER.CALMER.STRONGER' with a tell-all memoir of pop star life.
This book by Joseph Henrich is the rare case of a volume that deserves all its many accolades. The title says it all.
This provocative tome by Ismail K. White and Chryl N. Laird makes you rethink a broad set of prior assumptions.
In this gorgeously photographed coffee-table tome, the guitar god shares all about his instruments, equipment and outfits (he bought lots at L…
Chrissy Teigen is almost as famous for being a foodie as a model, so it’s no surprise her tome "Cravings" is one of the best celebrity cookboo…
A news release says the book — which will have three cover options — is a “collection of stylish and inspiring images and text that provide a rare glimpse into Westbrook's world.”
If ever you had a single question about the felt magic Jim Henson managed to create, chances are Brian Jay Jones' sweeping new biography of the puppeteer will answer it.
Tulsa architect and author John Brooks Walton, best known for a series of books on Tulsa historic homes, has produced a photograph-filled tome about the history of Mrs. DeHaven's Flowers. The shop at 15th Street and Boston Avenue has provided floral decorations for Tulsa's elite since 1932.
It's hard to imagine now, but the area around 49th Street and Harvard Avenue - now encased in lane upon lane of concrete highway and byway - was once the garden spot of Tulsa's high society.
A couple of years ago, the literary website The Millions began a series it called "Difficult Books," in which readers were asked to name the books - fiction, poetry and non-fiction - that they found to be most challenging, frustrating, abstruse to read.
"Summer reading" means many things to many people - ultra-trashy novels one is nearly ashamed to be seen holding, mind-expanding nonfiction tomes that counter those feelings of shame, classic works of literature that we've promised ourselves to read time and again.