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More often we are seeing celebrities, especially men, having babies later in life. The “Piano Man” is the latest to announce that he is going to be a dad again.
This year’s Tribeca Film Festival will be even bigger than usual, with virtual reality experiences, a celebration of Monty Python and more.
Schieffer made the announcement on Sunday’s show. Dickerson’s first broadcast as host will come this summer.
The musical “Disenchanted” is putting a new spin on Disney classics and leaving audiences doubled over in laughter.
It’s been 40 years since singer-songwriter Harry Chapin co-founded World Hunger Year. His brother, Tom Chapin, continues the mission.
By Tuesday, Trevor Noah was a trending topic on Twitter as he drew fire for jokes described as tasteless, hateful — and unfunny.
Noah was chosen a little more than a month after Stewart unexpectedly announced he was leaving “The Daily Show” following 16 years as the show’s principal voice.
The New York Mets held tryouts on Tuesday, but not the kind you might think.
Gilda Radner had a rare gift. Even in her darkest days fighting cancer, the comedian knew laughter could be good medicine.
The Garden of Dreams Foundation is hosting the comedy event “Garden of Laughs” on March 28 at The Theater at Madison Square Garden.
The iconic Rockettes combine their moves with dancer and choreographer Derek Hough to create a whirlwind musical celebrating the city that never sleeps.
Shmurda, whose real name is Ackquille Pollard, is accused of shooting at his brother through the window of a Brooklyn barbershop in June, narrowly missing his target and other patrons, including two toddlers,
Steven Schirripa (Bobby Bacala) has his own take on the final episode and, more importantly, the final scene of the hit HBO series.
Swift responded by announcing last October that she would donate proceeds from the single to the city’s schools.