Raven-Symone of “The View” has come under fire after admitting she discriminates against “ghetto” names like “Watermelondrea.”
Actor Shia LaBeouf has been arrested and charged with public intoxication after an incident in Austin, Texas.
It’s hard enough to imagine a teenager forgiving a playground bully, but to absolve someone who shot you in the head requires a level of grace that is almost superhuman. But that is precisely what Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, a teenage activist from Pakistan, did after a Taliban-affiliated gunman shot her and three of her friends aboard a school bus in the country’s Swat valley in 2012. “The danger of film is that sometimes you make someone into this larger-than-life character, but you realize that she was an ordinary girl who was not extraordinary, but she did an extraordinary thing,” said Davis Guggenheim, director of the documentary “He Named Me Malala,” which opens in the District Friday.
Disney’s animated classic starring a wise-cracking genie gets a digital upgrade and triumphantly returns to home theater screens.
The Right Side Forum, an hour-long conservative live news and talk show hosted by columnist Armstrong Williams, will feature a live broadcast from the National Mall this week. The topic: The 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March. The host will be there at the march itself on Saturday, in person - and explains his guests will be determined. “
“The Cosby Show” alum Malcolm-Jamal Warner says the series’ legacy is “tarnished” by the sexual assault allegations made against Bill Cosby.
Actor Daniel Craig has said he wants to move on from the James Bond franchise and that, for now, he would rather slit his wrists than do another Bond movie.
Paul Prudhomme, the Cajun who popularized spicy Louisiana cuisine and became one of the first American restaurant chefs to achieve worldwide fame, died Thursday. He was 75.
The New Jersey artist known as Halsey explores the “Badlands” — but not the Springsteen variety — on this curious new disc for Astralwerks.
Steel Panther brings its full-frontal aural assault of “heavy metal comedy” to the District area this weekend to rock you silly. Don’t know the Panther? The Los Angeles-based quartet plays a patented blend of 1980s hair metal (a la Warrant, Poison and Bon Jovi) and hilariously dirty comedy — all done with precision and wit. Vocalist Michael Starr sat down to discuss the best advice Judas Priest singer Rob Halford ever gave him, his possible ibuprofen addiction and what you can expect when Steel Panther rips into your town.