Celebrity TV Doctor Dr. Oz Helps Rescue Man Who Collapsed At Newark AirportJust after 11 p.m., Port Authority Officer Jeffrey Croissant saw a man collapse at the baggage claim area in Terminal A. Dr. Oz, who was also at baggage claim, rushed over to help.
Groundbreaking Broadway Musical 'Rent' Marks 25th AnniversaryAfter a sold-out run off-Broadway at New York Theatre Workshop, "Rent" transferred to Broadway in April of 1996, where it was a big hit.
Golden Globes 2021: Complete List Of Winners And NomineesThe 78th Golden Globe Awards were held Sunday night after being delayed for nearly two months by the coronavirus pandemic.
Lincoln Center Launching New Series Of Outdoor Events Featuring Film Screenings, Cabaret Series & MoreLincoln Center's Restart Stages will launch on World Health Day, April 7, with a performance for health care workers.
'Frasier' Returning With New Episodes On Paramount+Kelsey Grammer will reprise his role as Dr. Frasier Crane.
Bruce Springsteen Fined $540 For Illegally Consuming Alcohol, DWI Charge DroppedSpringsteen was arrested last November in Sandy Hook, New Jersey. 
Pandemic Forces Carnegie Hall To Miss Entire Season For First Time In 130-Year HistoryIn a statement released Thursday, Carnegie Hall says more time is required to address the COVID-19 crisis before artists, staff and audiences can return safely.
Kim Kardashian And Kanye West File For Divorce After Nearly 7 Years Of MarriageLast month, a source told Entertainment Tonight that the couple hasn’t made “much headway” in marriage counseling and that the reality star “has considered” divorcing the 43-year-old rapper.
Brooklyn Rapper Prince Markie Dee, Of 'The Fat Boys' Fame, DiesThe Brooklyn native, whose real name was Mark Morales, rose to fame as a member of the rap trio The Fat Boys.
Police: Charles Polevich Arrested In Hit-And-Run That Killed Nicki Minaj's Father On Long IslandAccording to police, Polevich stopped and got out of his vehicle to look at the injured man. He then returned to his car and drove away.
Rush Limbaugh, Conservative Radio Host, Dies At 70Rush Limbaugh, the influential conservative radio host, has died from complications of lung cancer, his wife Kathryn announced on his radio show Wednesday. He was 70 years old.