Today: April 21, 2024
Today: April 21, 2024

Entertainment

15 people suffer minor injuries in tram accident at Universal Studios theme park in Los Angeles

A tram accident at the Universal Studios Hollywood theme park in Los Angeles has injured 15 people

Oregon lodge famously featured in 'The Shining' will reopen to guests after fire forced evacuations

The hotel featured in Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 film “The Shining” says it will reopen to guests Sunday after a fire that prompted evacuations but caused only minimal damage

Recently arrested Morgan Wallen says he's "not proud" of behavior

Country music star Morgan Wallen says he’s “not proud” of his behavior and accepts responsibility after being charged following accusations that he threw a chair off the rooftop of a six-story bar

Venice Biennale titled 'Foreigners Everywhere' platforms LGBTQ+, outsider and Indigenous artists

Outsider, queer and Indigenous artists are getting an overdue platform at the 60th Venice Biennale contemporary art exhibition

Record Store Day celebrates indie retail music sellers as they ride vinyl's popularity wave

Record Store Day celebrates independent retail music sellers who have endured long after megastores like Tower Records closed

USC cancels graduation keynote by filmmaker amid controversy over decision to drop student's speech

The University of Southern California is further shaking up its commencement plans

Live video of man who set himself on fire outside court proves challenging for news organizations

A man who set himself on fire outside the Manhattan courtroom where Donald Trump was on trial tested news organizations on how quickly they could respond to an incident and what to show viewers

Mandisa, Grammy-winning singer and 'American Idol' alum, dies at 47

Contemporary Christian singer Mandisa, who appeared on “American Idol” and won a Grammy for her 2013 album “Overcomer,” has died

Here’s how Phish is using the Sphere's technology to give fans something completely different

Phish opened its four-night stay at the Sphere Thursday with a four-hour show

Jonathan Tetelman recalls his journey from a nightclub DJ to an international opera star

Jonathan Tetelman transformed from nightclub DJ to international opera star

Taylor Swift’s ‘The Tortured Poets Department' is here. Is it poetry? This is what experts say

On Friday, Taylor Swift released her 11th studio album, “The Tortured Poets Department.”

Not a toddler, not a parent, but still love 'Bluey'? You're not alone

Viewers don't have to be young or a parent to appreciate the Australian kids' television program “Bluey,” as this week’s release of a special episode proved

Kit Harington leans into playing a bad guy in 'Blood for Dust'

Kit Harington says he jumped at the chance to sport what he calls a “proper porn ‘stache'' to play a drug-running killer in “Blood for Dust.”

Has Salman Rushdie changed after his stabbing? Well, he feels about 25, the author tells AP

Nearly two years after the shocking knife attack that nearly killed him, Salman Rushdie appears both changed and very much the same

Heart, the band that proved women could rock hard, reunite for a world tour and a new song

Heart — the pioneering band that melds Nancy Wilson’s shredding guitar with her sister Ann’s powerhouse vocals — is hitting the road this spring for a world tour that Nancy Wilson describes as “the full-on rocker size.”

Dick Van Dyke earns historic Daytime Emmy nomination at age 98

Dick Van Dyke is vying for a historic Daytime Emmy at age 98

Pennsylvania board's cancellation of gay actor's school visit ill-advised, education leaders say

The superintendent and several other top officials of a Pennsylvania school district say their school board's cancellation of a gay actor's visit to a middle school was premature and ill-advised

Taylor Swift drops 15 new songs on double album, 'The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology'

Could there be a Taylor Swift new album rollout without a few additional surprises

Maurizio Cattalan, Zoe Soldana collaborate in iconoclastic Vatican exhibition inside women’s prison

A pair of nude feet — dirty, wounded and vulnerable — are painted on the façade of the Venice women’s prison chapel

Reality TV's Chrisleys are appealing their bank fraud and tax evasion convictions in federal court

Reality TV stars Todd and Julie Chrisley have appealed aspects of their convictions on federal charges of bank fraud and tax evasion

Judge in Trump case orders media not to report where potential jurors work

The judge in Donald Trump's hush money trial has ordered the media not to report where potential jurors have worked

Pennsylvania school district cancel's actor's speech over concerns of activism, 'lifestyle'

A Pennsylvania school district has canceled an upcoming appearance by actor and children’s book author Maulik Pancholy

New attorney joins prosecution team against Alec Baldwin in fatal 'Rust' shooting

An attorney has been added to the special prosecution team that is pursuing an involuntary manslaughter charge against actor Alec Baldwin in the fatal shooting of a cinematographer on the set of a Western movie “Rust."

Rap artist GloRilla has been charged with drunken driving in Georgia

Jail records show the rap artist known as GloRilla has been charged with drunken driving in Georgia

Growing demand for minerals sparks Indigenous outcry over "business as usual" mining practices

Indigenous tribes from 35 countries are criticizing the lack of informed consent for mining on or near their lands

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