New York’s LATEA Theater is paying tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. with a week of Afro-Latino-oriented theater, music, film and poetry.
This will be talked about all winter long.
The death of Irish rocker Dolores O’Riordan at a central London hotel is not being treated as suspicious, police said Tuesday.
He’s a not businessman, he’s a business, man.
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts has gone to the dogs — in a good way.
There are flashes when the play is funny and sad. But mostly it’s a mystery.
Renowned DJ Moby is spinning a bizarre tale about President Trump.
Troubled singer Chris Brown might be facing new legal problems after owning a pet monkey without a permit.
The last surviving member of Motorhead’s original line-up, Eddie Clarke has died.
Rick Springfield revealed he’s contemplated suicide as recently as last year.
“Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda’s trophy case is getting more crowded.
John Mellencamp’s son Speck has pleaded guilty to a July arrest for public intoxication.
John Lithgow’s one-man show has lots of heart, but a weak pulse.
Radiohead’s publisher denied claims by Lana Del Rey that it was taking her to court over a track the band says sounds a lot like “Creep.”
His death was confirmed by his bandmates in the pop-metal group.
Rock legend Eric Clapton is losing his hearing.
Irish playwright Enda Walsh’s breakthrough play still jolts in a 20th anniversary revival from London.
The country star won’t be on the road again for a couple of weeks.
Industry figures show more New Yorkers and young audiences going to Broadway shows.