Five reasons New York stage stars are grateful this year.
It’s “Thirsty Thursday” and Iggy Azalea may be thirsty for some attention with her latest Instagram post. The Australian rapper uploaded a racy photo lying in bed with nothing but her underwear and a white T-shirt on. Could this be Azalea’s ploy to cover up her not-so-“fancy” stumble on stage? For more celebrity gossip, tune…
Jason Aldean has opened up for the first time about last month’s mass shooting in Las Vegas.
The artistic process can be painful and awkward. Artists toil away in isolation, working through a hundred bad ideas before settling on something that works. Only after much trial and error, after much experimentation, does something beautiful actually take shape. It’s a private process. A personal process. A mysterious process. And that’s what made MondoCon 2017‘s […]
He returned to the stage for the first time in a year, joining Kid Cudi for a surprise rendition of “Father Stretch My Hands, Pt. 1.”
LFO singer Devin Lima was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer after having a massive tumor removed from his abdomen.
An overzealous Harry Styles fan appeared to shove her hand in the one direction that’s way off-limits: the singer’s groin.
Justin Timberlake needs Janet Jackson on stage to publicly apologize to her, or let her perform, to make up for lowest moment in his career.
Arcade Fire performs at the Forum in Inglewood on Friday, October 20, 2017. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Win Butler of Arcade Fire performs at the Forum in Inglewood on Friday, October 20, 2017. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) From right, Regine Chassagne and Win Butler of Arcade Fire perform at […]
The Arthur Miller drama boils with emotion, while Linden plays it cool.
Josh Rosen was meant to play quarterback. He was a fit for the position since he started firing bottles out of his crib as a baby. His pure throwing motion has NFL scouts salivating. Khalil Tate’s athletic gifts were harder to define. Many schools saw Tate’s nearly unstoppable running ability that racked up more than […]
John Carpenter’s horror films are certainly in a league of their own.
Some 1,000 artists participated in private concerts across 60 countries as part of Give a Home for Human Rights, a concert series collaboration between Amnesty International, the world’s largest human rights organization, and Sofar Sounds, a London-based company that specializes in arranging secret events in private homes. Give a Home’s aim is to raise awareness… […]
The Meadows Music and Arts Festival brought a hip hop heavy lineup to Citi Field — with lots of rappers representing NYC performing.
Where was the wind beneath her wings this time?
The theater has lost one of its most influential figures.
With archival footage, the documentary examines the original TV-savvy presidency.
Political and social commentary struck a major chord at Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards.
Jerry Lewis, who died this week at 91, scored in just about every branch of show business: nightclubs, radio, television, concerts, movies and records. But it was only relatively late in life that he tried his hand at a Broadway musical. When he did, he became the only actor sued for refusing “to rehearse adequately…