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  • Comedian, 'Tonight Show' record holder David Brenner dies

    Comedian, 'Tonight Show' record holder David Brenner dies
    Comedian David Brenner died Saturday in New York City, a family representative told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. He was 78 and reportedly had cancer. He was a headlining regular in Las Vegas after his career exploded in 1971 after he became a Johnny...
  • Review: Sting, Paul Simon at BB&T Center in Sunrise

    Review: Sting, Paul Simon at BB&T Center in Sunrise
     Even the T-shirts at the memorabilia counter reflect the respect Sting and Paul Simon have for each other. One shirt reads "Paul Simon and Sting, On Stage Together." A second flips the billing, with "Sting and Paul Simon, On Stage Together." This is...
  • Get ready -- 2014 is the year of the biblical epic!

    "IF the soundtrack of America's love affair with the Beatles began with 'I Want to Hold Your Hand,' its first, indelible visual backdrop was New York City. From the 4,000 fans who greeted them on February 7th at JFK airport -- newly named in memory of the...
  • John Lithgow, Lily Rabe to Spend Summer with Shakespeare in the Park

    John Lithgow toplines "King Lear" and Lily Rabe and Hamish Linklater star in "Much Ado About Nothing" in New York this summer, with both titles lined up for the 2014 season of the Public Theater's annual Shakespeare in the Park. The longrunning free...
  • News Of The Weird: "That's What You Call Felony Stupid"

    News Of The Weird: "That's What You Call Felony Stupid"
    Higher Education A veteran University of Colorado administrator is on forced leave after her sideline made news in December. Resa Cooper-Morning, 54, "cultural diversity coordinator" in the ethnic studies department at CU Denver, also ran a phone-sex...
  • Valentine's Day: $100,000 luxe hotel stays that scream 'I love you'

    Valentine's Day: $100,000 luxe hotel stays that scream 'I love you'
    If you can't put a price on love, then why not spend a ridiculous amount of money for an over-the-top Valentine's Day hotel package? With these Southern California and New York City picks, $10,000 doesn't even get you in the game. Don't worry about taking...
  • Bill Murray busts loose with ghosts

      Originally published in the Chicago Tribune June 8, 1984 "Ghostbusters" is the movie that confirms Bill Murray as one of our funniest comic actors. He's funny doing absolutely nothing in this overblown, special-effects-filled, $25 million comedy...
  • Christopher Evan Welch dies at 48; actor known for comic skills

    Christopher Evan Welch dies at 48; actor known for comic skills
    Christopher Evan Welch, a versatile actor whose work ranged from New York stage productions of Shakespeare to the role of the narrator in Woody Allen's 2008 film "Vicky Cristina Barcelona," died Dec. 2 in Santa Monica, his publicist said. He was 48 and...
  • '100% authentic' Banksy artworks, $60 each, in N.Y.; only 7 sold?

    '100% authentic' Banksy artworks, $60 each, in N.Y.; only 7 sold?
    No matter what opinions you have of Banksy, the anonymous British graffiti artist whose monthlong "residency" on the streets of New York has drawn crowds of curious onlookers, it would be hard to deny his skills as an art-world publicity machine....
  • 'Sirens of the Lambs': Banksy fills slaughterhouse truck with toys

    'Sirens of the Lambs': Banksy fills slaughterhouse truck with toys
    Mysterious British street artist Banksy, infiltrating New York with "Better Out Than In," on Friday introduced "Sirens of the Lambs." It's art in motion. A slaughterhouse delivery truck is filled with plush animal toys, squeaking through the slatted...
  • 'Romeo and Juliet' still smells like teen (or 20-plus) spirit

    Casting age-appropriate actors for Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" was never practically possible. The roles of the tragic lovers have traditionally been played by actors older than the adolescent characters. A look back at some notable movie and stage...