‘Virginia Woolf’ Star George Segal Dies At 87A native of Great Neck, New York, Segal was always best known as a comic actor but his most famous role was in a harrowing drama, 1966's “Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf.”
New York City's 'Open Culture' Program Kicks Off With Outdoor PerformancesIf you've been missing live entertainment, this is your chance to take in a show.
CBS Starts Investigation Into Accusations About Co-Host Sharon OsbourneThe hit CBS daytime show "The Talk" is on pause for another week after a heated on-air debate about race.
James Levine, Longtime Met Opera Conductor Fired After Sexual Misconduct Allegations, Dies At 77Levine died March 9 in Palm Springs, California, of natural causes, his physician of 17 years, Dr. Len Horovitz, said Wednesday.
Beloved NYC Tradition Shakespeare In The Park Sets Its Comeback For Summer 2021Organizers are waiting for new health guidelines to know how many people can fill the audience, and for safety reasons, those long lines for free tickets, a hallmark of the experience, may have to temporarily disappear.
Elliot Page Discusses Coming Out As Transgender In Time MagazineHe says he was inspired by trans icons including Janet Mock and Laverne Cox who have found success in Hollywood on their own terms. 
'The Talk' Host Sharon Osbourne Accused Of Using Homophobic, Anti-Asian Slurs To Describe Co-HostsAccording to a report by independent journalist Yashar Ali, Osbourne used the slurs to describe Sarah Gilbert and Julie Chen.
Actor Yaphet Kotto, Star Of ‘Alien,’ 'Live And Let Die,' 'Midnight Run,' And More, Dies At 81Actor Yaphet Kotto, best known for his roles in “Alien,” “Live and Let Die” and “Midnight Run,” died Sunday at the age of 81, his wife announced Monday.
New Jersey Jazz Bassist Christian McBride Wins 7th GRAMMYJazz bassist Christian McBride, from Montclair, New Jersey, won his seventh GRAMMY for "Best Instrumental Jazz Album."
Women's History Month: On Women Festival Ready To Once Again Showcase Some Of The Best Talent AroundIn celebration of Women's History Month, a theater company in Brooklyn is presenting a monthlong festival with a wide variety of work by, for and about women.
‘Mank’ Gets Most Oscar Nods; See The Complete ListMarking what has arguably been the most challenging year ever for the film industry, David Fincher’s “Mank” received an Oscar-leading 10 nominations for the 93rd Academy Awards, while for the first time, two women — Chloe Zhao for “Nomadland” and Chloe Zhao for “Promising Young Woman” — were nominated in the best director category.
From Beyoncé To Billie Eilish, Women Rule At 2021 GRAMMY AwardsMusic's biggest night was a bright spot after a dark year.
Harlem's Kenneth Overton Takes Home GRAMMY Award For Best Choral PerformanceHarlem's Kenneth Overton was nominated for three GRAMMYs and won one for Best Choral Performance.
'President Biden, We Demand Justice': Activist Tamika Mallory Takes Stage Alongside Rapper Lil Baby At GRAMMY AwardsThe artist took the stage to perform his song "The Bigger Picture," which was nominated for Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song.
Activist Tamika Mallory Set To Bring Powerful Message To GRAMMYs StageThe Harlem native has dedicated her life’s work to fighting for equality and social justice.