Arts & Entertainment

Gabriel Garcia Marquez Dies at 87

Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Nobel laureate whose novels and short stories exposed tens of millions of readers to Latin America's passion, superstition, violence and inequality, died at home in Mexico City around midday Thursday.

Naya Rivera and Lea Michele: The 'Glee' Fight That Never Was?

There are different versions of the snit that may or may not have taken place between Lea Michele and Naya Rivera on the set of Glee on Tuesday.

Jay Z to Bring Music Fest to Downtown LA

The Budweiser Made in America music festival is slated for a downtown Los Angeles park over Labor Day weekend.

Neil Young Closes Kickstarter Campaign for PonoMusic

Neil Young's Kickstarter campaign to fund his digital music project PonoMusic has raised $6.2 million through 18,000 supporters.

Beyoncé, Jay Z Plan Summer Tour Together

Beyoncé and husband Jay Z plan to go on tour together this summer, which would kick off in late June.

Depp, Pfister Are Tech Philosophers

Actor Johnny Depp's latest project, Transcendence, opens Friday in theaters nationwide.

AC/DC Denies Rumor It's Done Rocking

Guitarist Malcolm Young is too sick to play live but AC/DC denies rumors that it's done rocking.

Miley Cyrus Hospitalized, Cancels Another Show

Miley Cyrus was hospitalized late Tuesday reportedly because of an allergic reaction to antibiotics.

Juan Gabriel Hospitalized in Las Vegas

Mexican musical icon Juan Gabriel has postponed three California shows after being hospitalized with pneumonia.

Lilo Buzzed at Coachella Despite Vow: Report

One week after Lindsay Lohan admitted to relapsing with a 'cup of wine,' sources claim the actress relapsed at Coachella with vodka.

MF Husain's last works to be on display for first time in London

London, April 18 (ANI): Acclaimed Indian artist, Maqbool Fida Husain's final nine paintings will be on display for the first time this summer, it has been revealed. According to the BBC, Christie's auction, who is supporting the exhibition, said that Victoria and Albert museum in London will show the late artist's 'The Indian Civilisation' series from May 28 to July 27. Husain, who was known ...

Billboard Latin Music Conference celebrates 25th anniversary next week in Miami

April 18--The Latin music industry's preeminent conference is ramping up the volume to celebrate its 25th anniversary in Miami next week, with more panel discussions, artist question-and-answer sessions and performances than ever. The Billboard Latin Music Conference, presented by State Farm in association with Pepsi, will begin Monday, and is expected to attract 1,000 industry executives, ...

Gas leaks found near finish line

April 18--The area around the Boston Marathon finish line is being tested around-the-clock by National Grid workers after gas leaks were detected, officials said -- adding a new safety issue on top of security concerns about the possibility of copycat bombers and performance artists. National Grid conducted a sweep after mentally ill art student Kevin Edson's backpack was detonated there by a ...

Focus on artistry of 'Vivian Maier'

April 18--"Finding Vivian Maier" never does quite find the late artist. But it tells a mysterious and engaging tale of a secretive French nanny who worked in Chicago for about 40 years and who was an obsessive, highly talented photographer and maniacal hoarder. The trail begins when young Chicago collector and his-torian John Maloof buys a box of her negatives and enters a strange new world. ...

CityRep, OCU Co-Produce 'South Pacific' Musical

OKLAHOMA CITY, April 17 -- Oklahoma City University issued the following news release: A cast of 40 and a full 38-member orchestra will present Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical masterpiece "South Pacific" in four performances, April 24 to 27 at Oklahoma City University. The Pulitzer Prize-winning musical has inspired two movies and won a total of 17 Tony Awards. The first-ever co-production ...

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