- The New Zealand HeraldSep 04 10:23 AM
Call the kava police Our lawmakers have just tightened legislation to tackle drink-driving, drugged driving and texting and driving -- but do they now also need to worry about people getting be
- The AdvocateAug 08 02:15 PM
July 26, 2015, 12:15 a.m. When you go into the darkness, the darkness goes into you. That's why Detective Harry Bosch looks so ravaged, and why his creator, Michael Connelly, had to be so careful about choosing the right actor to play him.
- Complex Media via Yahoo! NewsSep 05 08:30 AM
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- Dover PostSep 03 07:47 AM
For nearly a decade, Vinny “Yo Vinny” Adinolfi and his two sons have been living the American dream through their band The Bronx Wanderers.
'Hamilton's' Lin-Manuel Miranda on Finding Originality, Racial Politics (and Why Trump Should See His Show)The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsAug 11 09:00 PM
"We’ve had characters like Trump in American politics forever," says the creator of Broadway's hip-hop hit about Alexander Hamilton as he draws parallels to today’s election theatrics, and tells his own personal story about diversity, creativity and (mis)adventures in Hollywood.
- New York PostAug 13 08:55 AM
If Oscar the Grouch doesn’t wanna see his precious garbage can hurt, he better have a little talk with Tony Soprano’s friends in the waste-disposal business — now that HBO...
- The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsAug 28 09:00 PM
De Niro said in an interview that he doesn't watch television much.
- Best Week EverAug 22 09:23 AM
Kristen Stewart is, hands-down, the best part of the new action/romance/stoner comedy American Ultra. Hey, don’t look so surprised. Stewart has always been a talented actress, she was just too busy getting totally obliterated by Twilight lovers and haters alike on the Internet for anyone to really notice. But, with American Ultra, even the most... Read more »
- MTVAug 28 02:17 PM
How a young actor is out to change Hollywood -- by proving that films like "Harry Potter" and "The Fault in Our Stars" are seriously lacking some color.
- The Huffington PostAug 25 10:17 AM
With 19 featured acts representing four foreign countries and American artists who grew up in states from Massachusetts to Alaska, the 25th annual Rocky Mountain Folks Festival covered the gamut in many ways during three days of genre-bending music in August. If you want to see everyone in this jam-packed lineup, though, plan on eliminating dinner breaks or forgoing other commitments. In honor ...