“G.R.L. dresses like hookers, but they also fight crime,” papa Slayton jokes. “They’re like the Fantastic Four. So they’re really doing a lot of good stuff for society.”
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Approaching his craft with scientific studiousness, Rakim quickly established himself as one of hip-hop’s pre-eminent, most influential lyricists, smooth, cerebral and effortlessly on point.
Helen Reddy, one of pop’s biggest voices in the ’70s, chose hypnotherapy over pounding the oldies circuit.
After reaching the pinnacle of college basketball as a player at UNLV and then as CBS Sports’ lead college analyst, Greg Anthony’s future is in question after sex scandal allegations.
Justin Bieber as the subject of a Comedy Central roast? The Justin Bieber who allegedly egged a neighbor’s house? The Justin Bieber who reportedly antagonized an airplane crew and filled an plane with pot smoke?
U.S. TV network NBC will stream 11 consecutive hours of live content on Super Bowl Sunday free of charge, including the game and halftime show, to raise awareness of its online viewing platforms among the event’s traditionally record audiences.
It always gets messy with this bunch, in routinely thrilling ways: All four play multiple instruments, three of them share lead vocal duties and none of them approach the band the same way.
The Las Vegas rock/pop band is seeking “super fans” to be “treated like a VIP” during “an intimate performance” giving them “unprecedented access” during an upcoming video shoot here.
In a new twist, she’s being set up with a potential love interest, Tampa account executive Jeffrey Weldon, for the newest season, which kicks off at 9:30 p.m. Feb. 25 on KLAS-TV, Channel 8.
Netflix will offer Sony Pictures Entertainment’s controversial comedy “The Interview” to U.S. and Canadian members beginning Saturday, Jan. 24, the company announced Tuesday.
This Wednesday, Carlos Santana and Hermes Music U.S. will take part in the donation of a whopping 80 guitars to Monaco Middle School’s music programs.
I have found out when “American Ninja Warriors” is returning to Las Vegas to feature those crazy athletes who run through an insane obstacle course on TV for guts and glory.
Performer makes a big impression with full orchestra and movie makeup.
The Hollywood studios have launched a legal action against Xunlei, a large Chinese-language video website, which they accuse of content piracy.
Comedian Todd Glass has stopped telling “fat people” jokes because he finally realized: “Why are they the dregs of society’ ” who deserve to be picked on?
“Disney On Ice presents Frozen” is coming to the Thomas & Mack Center. Feel free to tell your kids, and let the singing-in-cars commence.
Everyone’s favorite nonagenarian, Betty White, got the surprise of a lifetime for her 93rd birthday — a hula-dancing flash mob!
The beleaguered movie studio DreamWorks Animation is embarking on a round of sizable layoffs, potentially involving more than 15 percent of its employee base.
The show must go on. That was the message Bill Cosby sent Saturday night as the embattled comedian performed back-to-back shows in the Mile High city.
Amazon Studios said it will produce and acquire original movies for theatrical release and early-window distribution on Amazon Prime Instant Video starting in 2015.
Whitney Houston’s estate is telling fans they should “brace for the worst” if they choose to watch Lifetime’s Angela Bassett-directed biopic, which premiered on Saturday.
The program for Las Vegas Little Theatre’s presentation of “The Little Dog Laughed” warns about the play’s “full male nudity, strong language, and mature themes.” It’s not for the squeamish. But in the Hollywood satire, the profanities have a lyrical roll and the nudity is a natural, symbolic part of the story.
Pulitzer and Tony award-winning playwright Tracy Letts explores the collateral damage left over from the first Iraq war through the paranoid delusions of a Gulf War vet in his creepy play “Bug,” now being staged by Cockroach Theatre.