Homme kicked a female photographer in the face Saturday night during his band’s set at the KROQ Almost Christmas concert in Los Angeles.
Queen Elizabeth II may not watch “The Crown,” the Netflix series with its second season out Friday, but if Her Majesty were ever to queue up an episode and watch Claire Foy play her as a young woman, she just might give it the royal seal of approval. “A close friend of the queen said…
The hip hop mogul took a break Thursday from the noise of civic activism to promote a little peace and quiet — well, peace, anyway.
KROQ 106.7/FM announced the line-up for its two-day 28th annual Almost Acoustic Christmas on Monday morning. The impressive collection of talent includes some of the best-of-the-best of the station’s playlist and will be held Saturday, Dec. 9 and Sunday, Dec. 10 at the Forum (3900 W. Manchester Ave.) in Inglewood. Night 1 will feature performances […]
It was a historic night for Interpol and their fans at Forest Hills Stadium.
Killer Mike and El-P caught up with the Daily News before their Friday Meadows Music and Arts Festival performance in Flushing, Queens.
The Meadows Music and Arts Festival brought a hip hop heavy lineup to Citi Field — with lots of rappers representing NYC performing.
Sometimes all it takes is a picture. When Robert Pattinson saw a still from the gritty, heroin-laced 2014 movie “Heaven Knows What,” the “Twilight” star became intrigued with the filmmakers: brothers Josh and Benny Safdie, who grew up in Queens and Manhattan and who imbue their independent films with New York City urgency. “Rob saw…
Nicki Minaj has a permanent home in Queens.
‘Parts Unknown’ Sunday, 9 p.m., CNN Anthony Bourdain has lived across the East River from Queens for years, but visiting the borough for this week’s “Parts Unknown” proved as exotic a destination as any of his trips abroad. A ride on the No. 7 train is a revelation. The way Bourdain prefers to get to…
Scream Queens has been canceled by Fox.
Rapper Big Sean got a big surprise during an album signing in Queens when a fan tried to accost him.
Actor Shia LeBeouf’s anti-Trump art installation “He Will Not Divide Us” did just that — and now the project is history.