Arts & Entertainment
Erik Estrada is back, this time he is lending his voice to a Disney Studios animated film.
Alfredo Ramos Martínez's life and art will be the topic of a symposium on March 23 at Scripps College in Pasadena, Calif.
The sequel to 300 scored big at the weekend box office by bringing in $45.1 million, according to studio estimates.
After several years of using his music and voice to raise awareness about a number of social causes, Colombian singer Juanes now leaves such matters aside to sing of love.
Jimmy Fallon and Lindsay Lohan had a fight Thursday night on The Tonight Show that left both of them dripping with water.
Justin Bieber got sassy during a four-and-a-half hour deposition on Thursday and lost his cool when a lawyer questioned him about ex-flame Selena Gomez.
Wisin's high energy video for "Adrenalina" featuring Ricky Martin and Jennifer Lopez is finally here.
Katy Perry tweeted back at Miley Cyrus for dissing her relationship with John Mayer in response to Perry's comments about the kiss the two shared in February.
Even a whole weekend of concerts would not have been enough to do justice to the immense range and variety of Heitor Villa-Lobos's works. The BBC gave itself just the one Total Immersion day, and after lunchtime chamber music and early-evening vocal works, the BBC Symphony Orchestra and its Chorus, with chief conductor Sakari Oramo, offered something much more substantial. Oramo had selected ...
When transcribed and arranged for the concert hall, folk music often loses its instinctive wildness and punch, but these essential qualities were retained in the folk-based items in this Britten Sinfonia programme directed by the Moldovan violinist, Patricia Kopatchinskaja. The most substantial example was the Second Violin Concerto by the Armenian Tigran Mansurian, born in Beirut in 1939. ...
March 08--It's time to smile -- and this spring, stages around town will offer us ample opportunity, with comedies and some sunny musicals. When it comes to comedy, things couldn't be better, and here's why. Two of the best farces around -- "Noises Off" and "The Nerd" -- are both opening here. They even have a kind of connection. Remember "The Foreigner," the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis ...
March 08--The next few months are all about opportunities and choices in the St. Louis area's concert halls. Here are a few possibilities worthy of your consideration. Music lovers face a difficult choice next weekend, as two of the season's top draws face off on March 15. At the Sheldon Concert Hall, superstar soprano Renee Fleming will perform a recital for the Sheldon's annual spring gala. ...
March 08--Spring is just the right time for dance and jazz to heat things up. Some spring highlights: --On Friday and March 15 at COCA, dancer-choreographer Alice Bloch brings together top local dancers for "DanceLife," a program featuring music from Bach to Bahamian and including dances by Isadora Duncan. (March 14-15 at COCA; $15-$20; 314-561-4877 or cocastl.org.) --Motionhouse Dance ...
March 08--Spring brings some important exhibitions in the visual arts; most of them will still be around for the heat of the summer. --St. Louis, lest we forget, was founded by French traders. To commemorate the 250th anniversary of that founding, the St. Louis Art Museum will present "Impressionist France: Visions of Nation from Le Gray to Monet," a major exhibition of paintings and ...
March 08--After a winter of misery, we need a good laugh, and there's plenty of opportunities this spring. On the way are the boozy Chelsea Handler, the brash Amy Schumer, the biting Whitney Cummings and the good-in-the-hood Sommore, along with Aziz Ansari, Rickey Smiley, Gabriel Iglesias, Ron White, W. Kamau Bell and Doug Stanhope. Even the twerking Miley Cyrus has paired up with "Ren & ...