The 32nd annual McDonald’s Gospelfest will feature performances by Cissy Houston, The Clark Sisters, the Greater Allen AME Cathedral Mass Choir and Faith Evans, just to name a few.
The festival started Friday night in New Jersey and runs through May 10.
Her potrayal of a nonstop singing, dancing and silly Hollywood starlet in “On the Twentieth Century” has earned Chenoweth her third Tony nomination.
Ben E. King, the unforgettable lead singer for the Drifters and solo star whose plaintive baritone graced such pop and rhythm ‘n blues classics as “Stand by Me,” “There Goes My Baby” and “Spanish Harlem,” has died. He was 76.
There’s only a month left until summer gets here, which means it’s time for season finales, summer songs, and the first signs of summer blockbusters.
As David Letterman approaches his final Late Show broadcast on May 20, we thought we’d put together a “Top Ten List” of facts you may not know about Late Night and the Late Show.
This episode of All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett features rock god Gene Simmons discussing his Taylor Swift fandom, his least favorite Bible quote and views of life and business.
The challenge includes three phases: repair and reboot; burn and build; endurance.
The so-called summer kickoff begins Friday with the release of Marvel’s “Avengers: Age Of Ultron.”
A prestigious award from the Brooklyn Museum honors women who have made outstanding contributions in their fields.
Mary-Louise Parker and Bruce Willis announced the nominees from the Paramount Hotel in Times Square.
On Monday, the buzz about Jenner from Tarrytown resident and visitor alike was because of his decision to live his life as a woman.
“General Hospital” and “The Young and the Restless” were the top winners Sunday with three trophies each, while the latter shared the best drama series award with “Days of Our Lives.”
Jenner let his hair down — literally loosening a ponytail and letting his hair flow past his shoulders — in a symbolic moment at the start of his two-hour interview.
Travolta sat down with CBS2’s Chris Wragge to talk about the film, the death of his beloved son, how his church helped him get through it and what he thinks of the attacks on Scientology.