Kevin Spacey telegraphed his downfall at the Tony Awards
The old Taylor may be dead, but the same old drama is still alive.
A lawyer for Meek Mill accused the judge who doled out his prison sentence of having a personal vendetta against his client.
The buzz around the revival of Harvey Fierstein’s “Torch Song” at Second Stage Theater is so good, there’s talk of a move to Broadway in the spring. But don’t tell Fierstein. “Stop!” he says when I bring up rumors of a transfer. “I’ve got enough trouble with the ‘what nows’ without starting on the ‘what…
“Hamilton” mastermind Lin-Manuel Miranda has collaborated with an all-star lineup of artists to release “Almost Like Praying,” a hurricane relief single in support of Puerto Rico. Proceeds from the song, which was released Friday morning, will go to the Hispanic Federation UNIDOS Disaster Relief Fund. In addition, YouTube will make a contribution to the organization. Recorded […]
We’re told the DJ acquiesced and cut the offending tune short.
A South African DJ is making it clear he had no intentions of perpetuating rape culture with the image for his new single.
“Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda has written a musical “love letter” to raise money for hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.
Cardi B is making money moves all the way to the top of the charts.
A Snapchat video shows the Alpha Phi members singing “Gold Digger.”
Martin Shkreli needs to learn Wu-Tang “ain’t nuthing ta f–k wit.”
Kelly Clarkson did all she could to “Breakaway” from Dr. Luke.
Jay-Z performed his first headlining concert in three years in his hometown of New York City on Friday.
Jay-Z said to the crowd, several times, that “love always trumps hate.”
More than 1,600 miles away from home, Arcade Fire honored Houston during their show at Madison Square Garden Tuesday night.
Interracial love, religious cults, hi-so culture (Thai high society) and an appetite for raw offal enrich and distract Thai auteur Pen-ek Rataranuang’s classic noir about a marriage turned murderous. Mystery and danger percolate in “Samui Song” all the way till the elliptical ending, which leaves audiences with a sense of lingering disquiet. However, there’s a… […]
A singer is trying to drag down the boys of One Direction.
In 1978, Bruce Springsteen was having trouble finishing a promising song called “Because the Night,” when his producer Jimmy Iovine suggested he pass it along to Patti Smith to work on it. At the time, Smith was romantically involved with Fred “Sonic” Smith — former guitarist for Detroit rockers the MC5. Their relationship was long…
George Michael’s death hasn’t quieted his iconic voice.