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Jimmy Greene will be performing the music at the Jazz Standard with a three-night run beginning Thursday.
Letterman said earlier this year he was retiring after more than 30 years as a late-night host.
Kate Middleton has wowed New York City with her style. But you don’t need a royal bank account to dress like the duchess.
Former “Jersey Shore” star Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi married boyfriend Jionni LaValle in a church ceremony Saturday in East Hanover.
The more than two dozen performances begin Wednesday and run through Jan. 4 at New York City Center.
The “Transformers” star pleaded guilty in September to disorderly conduct charges stemming from an incident at a Broadway show this summer.
A lawyer for Tracy Morgan said the comedian suffered a traumatic brain injury in the highway crash that almost killed him — and took the life of another comedian.
Just three songs into the concert – which saw him performing his 1976 classic double album opus, Songs in the Key of Life, in its entirety – it was, in a way, a sweet moment in a show full of them.
Just about a week after being named New York City’s new Global Welcome Ambassador, Taylor Swift announced the dates of her 1989 World Tour. Guess the one place she isn’t playing?
The 28-year-old will be performing Monday night as part of “Luz de Luna,” a piano, violin and dance concert at Carnegie Hall.
A “new kid” is making a big splash on CBS prime time.
Schmidt was suspended for eight days in January after posting a picture on Google Plus of his daughter in a yoga pose wearing a T-shirt with the phrase from the HBO show that read “I will take what is mine with fire and blood.”
Joey McIntyre joined Scott Shannon in studio at WCBS-FM to talk about his brand new CBS TV show The McCarthys, but of course the talk started off with some New Kids questions.
Carmelo Anthony, television star? Well, let’s not get ahead of ourselves. But if you were watching FX’s wildly popular show “Sons of Anarchy” on Tuesday night, you were not seeing things when you witnessed the Knicks’ best player step into frame.