State Of The State: Gov. Cuomo Announces Pop-Up Art Performances, Says 'The Show Will Go' On In New York CityIt will be a huge boost for the $120 billion-a-year industry, which has been on lockdown for 10 months.
Courtney Henggeler On Netflix's 'Cobra Kai': 'For The Hardcore Karate Kid Fans, You Have All The Nostalgia'The actor explains why "Cobra Kai" has become so popular and what it's like working with Ralph Macchio.
'Mean Girls' Musical Will Not Reopen When Broadway Shows Are Allowed To ResumeThe show, written by Tina Fey and based on the hit movie, opened in Broadway in 2018 and was nominated for nine Tony Awards.
Dr. Dre Reportedly Suffers Bleeding Brain Aneurysm, Is Stable In ICUWhile it may seem like Dr. Dre is somewhat young for a bleeding brain aneurysm, the fact is they are most common in adults ages 30-60 but can occur at any age, including childhood.
Dr. Dre Hospitalized, Reportedly Suffered Brain AneurysmDr. Dre says he'll be "back home soon" after the music mogul received medical treatment at a Los Angeles hospital for a reported brain aneurysm.
Grammy Awards Ceremony Postponed Until MarchThe ceremony originally set for Jan. 31 is being pushed back to March 14.
Talk Show Host Larry King Reportedly Hospitalized With COVID-19Citing an unidentified person close to the family, CNN said the 87-year-old King is undergoing treatment at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
MF Doom, Rapper Known For Signature Mask, Dies At 49Jasmine Dumile said in a statement that her husband — whose real name is Daniel Dumile — died Oct. 31.
Long Island Singer Joining Legendary 'I Will Survive' Performer Gloria Gaynor For New Year's Eve Performance In Times SquareGloria Gaynor has been inspiring generations with the song "I Will Survive." Some call it an anthem for 2020, and now, Gaynor will close out the year with a performance in Times Square honoring the front line heroes.
Pandemic Changes Face Of Entertainment Industry In 2020The pandemic changed the face of the entertainment industry in 2020, leaving a deep and costly impact.
Lori Loughlin Released From Prison After Serving 2-Month Sentence In College Admissions ScamLori Loughlin was released from prison early Monday morning after serving a two-month sentence for her role in the college admissions scandal.