It’ll be a very “Gilmore” Black Friday. All four 90-minute “chapters” of “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” will premiere on Netflix at midnight Pacific Time on Friday, Nov. 25, meaning that fans are officially 120 days from fresh quips from Lorelai and Rory.
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Robby Krieger performed free at the Rock of Vegas concert series at the Fremont Street Experience on Saturday in downtown Las Vegas
After “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” put the launch of the DC/Warner Bros. universe on shaky ground, the studio came back swinging at Comic-Con Saturday armed with movie stars, brand new footage and a sense of humor.
U.S. Border Patrol officials say two Canadian teenagers were briefly apprehended after they accidentally crossed the U.S. border into Montana while playing the game “Pokemon Go.”
To beat airport security lines, famous British actor Michael Caine has changed his name to Michael Caine, the stage name he picked up in 1954, he told the Sun.
Jennifer Lopez is throwing a 47th birthday party in a $35,000-a-night suite on Sunday, and it appears she’s invited a few stars in town.
The blood orange margarita and the jalapeno margarita are two of the drinks on the menu for tequila’s big day.
Fans at Comic-Con were treated to the trailer for the second half of the second season for AMC’s “Fear the Walking Dead,” which was released on Friday at the San Diego, Calif., event.
Our nightlife picks this week include Iggy Azalea at Aria and Sebastian Bach DJing at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Jon Stewart has told Donald Trump’s supporters they can’t take America back, because they “don’t own” the country in a riff that mirrored his signature segments on “The Daily Show.”
Our arts picks this week include “Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs” at The Smith Center.
The hordes of zombies, legions of Stormtroopers, leagues of superheroes and crews of Starfleet officers are crawling, marching, flying and beaming around San Diego for that other big convention this week: Comic-Con International.
This week’s lineup of shows for budget-minded music fans includes Spindrift and Dead Sara.
Our picks this week for movies, TV and streaming video include “Batman: The Killing Joke” and “BoJack Horseman.”
On Nov. 13, 2015, 89 concertgoers were ambushed and killed at a concert hall amid a series of coordinated terror attacks in Paris. It was a night that forever changed the lives of music fans across the world.
The “Sharknado” star abruptly ended an interview on McCarthy’s SiriusXM radio show after McCarthy kept asking about Reid’s old plastic surgery.
Roz Brooks started Vegas Roots, a community garden with U-pick vegetables and rentable plots, six years ago when she noticed a total lack of fresh home-grown produce for locals.
The show’s blend of improv comedy and Henson puppetry lets you see what the Muppets were up to when cameras weren’t rolling.
The four-course menu features dishes such as blue cheese and nectarine flatbread and pork blade with grilled peaches.
With the threequel “Star Trek Beyond” opening Friday, here’s a look at some truly rancid threequels that really were the worst in their respective franchises.
Our music picks this week include Blink-182 and Chase Rice.
Roger Ailes is out as chief executive at Fox News Channel and Fox Business.
Our entertainment picks this week include Jennifer Lopez and Bill Maher.