No one in Nevada wants to see a perfect season for John Calipari and top-ranked Kentucky more than Jerry Tarkanian’s family. Calipari was a special friend to the end.
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A world premiere musical, “Idaho,” will join the reigning Tony-winner, “A Gentlemen’s Guide to Love and Murder,” in The Smith Center’s 2015-16 season, along with returning favorites “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Book of Mormon.”
Ben Woolf, who played Meep in “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” died Monday from a head injury he sustained last week, his rep has confirmed. He was 34.
Apollo Robbins, credited as “con artist adviser/pickpocket design,” created 40 bits of thievery for the new Will Smith movie.
As Bobbi Kristina Brown fights for her life at an Atlanta hospital, the public spat between her boyfriend and her family goes on. In social media posts, Nick Gordon said he’s been prevented from visiting Brown, the daughter of music legend Whitney Houston.
In updated “fast national” results from Nielsen for Sunday night, ABC’s telecast of the Academy Awards averaged 36.6 million viewers and a 10.8 rating in adults 18-49 — declines of 16% and 18% respectively from last year (43.7 million and 13.1).
A mysterious tweet appeared and then shortly after disappeared on Brandon Flowers’ account Monday morning, possibly announcing his new album.
The Academy Awards’ “In Memoriam” segment offered an egalitarian salute to a broad range of industry figures who died during the past 12 months.
In a radio interview, Spade was asked if there was any interaction between the two during the 40th anniversary show of “Saturday Night Live,” considering Murphy’s decades-long boycott of the NBC show.
Bill O’Reilly’s account of a 1982 riot in Argentina is being sharply contradicted by seven other journalists who were his colleagues and were also there at the time.
Keep up with the 2015 Academy Awards with our live blog, featuring the winner’s list and constant updates about all the events that are actually worth noticing.
First things first, the Oscars don’t matter. It’s all subjective. Still, over the years there have been some pretty egregious best picture “winners” that don’t look any better in hindsight.
Its hot-and-fast performance is akin to recent female-driven hits such as “The Fault in Our Stars,” “Sex and the City” and “Magic Mike,” all of which started strong before nosediving in their sophomore weekends.
Don’t worry. Even if your favorite nominee doesn’t walk away with an Oscar, they won’t go home empty-handed. Every nominee has the opportunity to walk away with a gift bag that’s worth $168,000. Here’s what’s in it.
To honor a more diverse array of movies than the Oscars ever will, and to celebrate the most important part of the moviegoing experience (i.e., a nice, comfortable chair), welcome to the third annual Silver Seat Cushion Awards.
Alcohol can run up a dinner tab fast but this is known as taking it to the monumental extreme.
So you weren’t invited to be in the audience for the 87th Academy Awards (5:30 p.m. Sunday, KTNV-TV, Channel 13). That doesn’t mean you have to watch them from your couch in that ratty old bathrobe with your friends Ben & Jerry.
A musical based on “Duck Dynasty” wouldn’t have been my first choice for a new show from Broadway producers either. But the fact that it’s launching here is actually pretty cool.
It’ll be interesting to see what people think of the new manlier-looking bar that Hakkasan is creating as a side lounge inside the upcoming club Omnia in Caesars Palace.
Seats might cost as high as $5,000 each for the first 25 rows of the May 2 fight at MGM between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao — a match that “will shatter every record,” ticket broker Ken Solky predicts.
More than 500 businesses have been pitched on “Shark Tank”, but more than 50 percent of the ideas that are given the green light on the air don’t end up closing the deal when the cameras turn off. If you have ever wondered what resulted from some of the more successful “Shark Tank” pitches, then read on.
Hosting Oscar parties is a popular activity every year; but throwing a great Oscar party for your friends and family doesn’t have to mean emptying your savings account.
Ben Woolf, known for playing Meep in “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” has been hospitalized after being struck by the side mirror of a moving SUV Thursday night.