“If I paid for insurance for 16 cats and two dogs, I could pretty much cancel my kids’ education.”
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Some iPhone users are not happy that U2’s new album, “Songs of Innocence,” was automatically added to their iTunes music library, free of charge. In response, Apple has released a special tool that lets people remove the album from their collections.
Band members Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alekhina have been added to the festival’s Learning program.
CBS and Rihanna are splitting up after more fallout from the Ray Rice incident. The network said Tuesday it was permanently editing a song featuring Rihanna’s voice out of its Thursday night NFL telecasts — after the singer issued a profane tweet about it.
A CD/DVD featuring Whitney Houston’s first public performance — and one of her last in 2009— will be released Nov. 10.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is getting a $3.75 million grant from the William Davidson Foundation in support of its Neighborhood Concert Series.
How does “The Voice” winner Danielle Bradbery deal with the pressure of national fame at a young age?
Prosecutors say rapper Gucci Mane has pleaded guilty to aggravated assault for attacking a fan at an Atlanta nightclub.
Police say they followed proper protocol when they demanded identification from an actress and her boyfriend while investigating a 911 call alleging lewd conduct.
Silversage is poised to make a name for itself. The rock band, made up of locals, has been in existence for less than a year, but it’s already played a number of gigs in town and regionally. Most notably, it opened for Steve Winwood at the Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas in June.
New Yorker Kira Kazantsev won the coveted 2015 Miss America Pageant crown on Sunday, a “three-peat” for contenders from the Big Apple.
Unbeaten Floyd Mayweather Jr. gave himself a “C, C minus” grade in Saturday’s unanimous decision over Argentina’s Marcos Maidana.
An actress who appeared in “Django Unchained” was handcuffed by police responding to a report of indecent exposure.
It didn’t take long for Arturo Sandoval and his five colleagues to stake out their musical territory on Saturday at The Smith Center’s intimate Cabaret Jazz.
Las Vegas Little Theatre’s tender presentation of Jeffrey Hatcher’s “Mrs. Mannerly” is like a sweet little ditty about an era gone by, like a fleeting memory of a childhood moment filtered affectionately through the eyes of a man long grown.
It’s easy to see why “9 to 5: The Musical” ran for only four months on Broadway. Because the book is based on the runaway hit film playwright Patricia Resnick co-authored, and with music and lyrics by Dolly Parton, you expect more. Then, you wish for less.
It took a murderous Idris Elba and a pair of dolphin buddies to defeat “Guardians of the Galaxy” at movie theaters.
Late singer Amy Winehouse has been honored on what would have been her 31st birthday with a life-size statue in her beloved Camden Town neighborhood of north London.
The Nevada Ballet Theatre’s academy is now offering a pre-professional dance program to help those looking for instruction in styles of dance other than ballet.
Josh Ripple has been around the sports and entertainment block. Now at 55, Ripple, of Las Vegas, might have his most intriguing position of all — chief operating officer of Life is Beautiful, the three-day music/art/culinary/learning festival in downtown Las Vegas set for Oct. 24-26.
Allan Carter risked his retirement fund to start a record label in Las Vegas. Crazy thing is, it’s working.
Darwin’s Magic Club celebrates 50 years as a weekly gathering of pros and enthusiasts.
Singer Pia Zadora’s condition was improving Saturday after a scary “touch and go” situation in the first 24 hours, according to her husband Michael Jeffries.