LOGAN — Musicians from all across the region are invited to bring their favorite old instrument and join in another Old Time Music Jam session at The Bowen House on Tuesday, Feb. 20 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

Cheers to Joel McHale for being all talk again. The Community comic is at his best when he’s flexing his snarky muscles, so it was very exciting to hear that after an acting interlude he’s heading back to his Soup roots as the host of a pop-culture-flavored weekly chatfest for Netflix.

“I’ve always had a lot of fun playing characters who think they are better than they really are. I think it’s just something that I find really funny in real life,” Glenn Howerton reveals. The It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star is talking about his new role in NBC’s A.P. Bio, which will …

Ghosts – some believe in them, and some think they are just a figment of a creative imagination. If you believe, they can take over your life, especially if the house the ghosts haunt is your own. Such is the case in the new film Winchester.

Cheers to American Crime Story for fashioning a stylishly campy second chapter. With its mix of bold casting choices (Glee good guy Darren Criss as a killer?!) and solid storytelling, The Assassination of Gianni Versace is tailormade for fans of bloodsoaked docu-soaps.

News. It drives the country – hard-hitting reports, puff pieces and even the newly crafted “fake news.” It graces newspapers, magazines, television, radio and online media outlets. The press was put in place to serve the people. Do they always make everyone happy? No, but is their job to mak…

Question: I’m a huge fan of The Crown and think Claire Foy and Matt Smith as Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip are perfect, along with the rest of the cast. I was so disappointed to read that there will be new actors in Season 3 because the characters will be older now. Why can’t they “age” …

If you had trouble knowing who to root for as Divorce Season 1 came to a close, you weren’t alone. Frances (Sarah Jessica Parker) cruelly kiboshed estranged husband Robert’s fledgling business. Robert (Thomas Haden Church) dispatched Frances’ erstwhile lover Julian to her gallery opening and…

Time for the normal exercise that film critics across the land go through each and every year. I started with hundreds of films and quickly made a list of about 40 or so that I really liked. From there, I crafted this year’s list of my favorite releases. Along the way, many good films fell b…

Question: After the last episode of The Orville's first season aired in the first week of December, viewers won't see another new episode for roughly 9 1/2 months. I can't believe Fox would think it's a good idea to let it go off the air for so long – even if it's not entirely their choice. —Aaron

Whether rooted in competition, misunderstandings or simple animosity, celebrity feuds have long fascinated the public. We look back at a few of Hollywood's most legendary feuds — a few so well-hidden that the public never knew the truth!

When Taken debuted last winter, fans of the Luc Besson film franchise on which the series was based knew they were getting an origin story. What they didn’t expect was that the drama and its core character Bryan Mills (Clive Standen) were almost unrecognizable to the Besson mythology.

Cheers to The Exorcist for ending on one hell of a high note. John Cho’s heartbreaking work as the doomed Andy and the divine, complicated bromance between Tomas (AlfonsoHerrera) and Marcus (Ben Daniels, center, with, from left, Zuleikha Robinson, Cho and Herrera) have us willing to make a d…

P.T. Barnum (Hugh Jackman) has always envisioned a better life for his family. Struggling to survive after losing his job, he comes up with an idea that will put him front and center for the birth of show business. The new musical film The Greatest Showman gives us a glimpse of that birth an…

Cheers to NCIS for giving viewers the escape they need. So what if it's not edgy or artsy? Sometimes all we need is Mark Harmon and the cast to distract us from the crazy real world with some entertaining chemistry and clever cases. And given that it's still TV's top-rated drama, it seems a …

P.T. Barnum (Hugh Jackman) has always envisioned a better life for his family. Struggling to survive after losing his job, he comes up with an idea that will put him front and center for the birth of show business. The new musical film The Greatest Showman gives us a glimpse of that birth an…