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A look back at 50 years of Kiss-tory as the legendary band prepares to take its final bow

Fifty years ago, four young New Yorkers dragged their guitars, amps and drums to a loft on 23rd Street in New York, dreaming of becoming the biggest band in the world Read More


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For a male sexual assault survivor, justice won in court does not equal healing

It took eight years and the #MeToo movement to spur Sam Schultz to tell police they were sexually assaulted by an opera star and his husband More »


Biden is heading to Hollywood for a major fundraiser featuring Steven Spielberg and Shonda Rhimes

President Joe Biden will head to Los Angeles next week for a big-dollar event that will be his first since strikes by writers and actors effectively ground his fundraising to a halt in the heart of the entertainment industry More »


The director of Russia's Mariinsky Theatre, Valery Gergiev, is also put in charge of the Bolshoi

The Russian government has named the renowned director of the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg to also lead Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre More »


Climate protesters twice interrupt Wagner's `Tannhäuser' at Metropolitan Opera

Climate protesters caused a pair of interruptions totaling 22 minutes during the opening night of a revival of Wagner’s “Tannhäuser” at the Metropolitan Opera More »


'Killers of the Flower Moon' named best film of 2023 by New York film critics

Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” has been named the best film of the year by the New York Film Critics Circle More »


Eddie Murphy wants 'Candy Cane Lane' to put you in the Christmas spirit for years to come

Eddie Murphy fondly remembers watching classic Christmas movies as a child with his family during the holidays More »


On 'Innocence,' Kenny G's jazz lullabies aren't just for kids. They're for everyone

Four decades into his career, which includes 20 studio albums, a Grammy, and the Guinness World Record for bestselling jazz artist, saxophonist Kenny G is nowhere near done More »


Judge extends pause on John Oates' sale of stake in business with Daryl Hall as arbitration proceeds

A judge has sided with Daryl Hall in his request to keep temporarily blocking John Oates from selling his potentially lucrative share of the Hall & Oates duo’s joint venture without his longtime partner’s permission More »


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