The Who frontman Roger Daltrey threatened to walk off stage at New York’s Nassau Coliseum Wednesday night if fans in the audience didn’t quit smoking marijuana during the performance.
Five of B.B. King’s adult children visited the blues great one last time in private at a Las Vegas funeral home that will host a public viewing Friday ahead of a Saturday memorial service.
Josh Duggar, one of the stars of reality TV shows about America’s most-famous large family, has acknowledged molesting underage girls as a teenager.
It’s practically unthinkable to mention Memorial Day in the same sentence as Washington, D.C., without undertaking the monumental task of listing the holiday’s sights and sounds along the Mall and other historical paths.
There are moments of sheer cinematic wonder scattered throughout “Tomorrowland,” bursts of action and invention so wonderful that they tend to provoke a kind of giddy euphoria — epic futuristic vistas filled with flying whatsits and hovering thingamajigs, gleaming glass towers webbed together by impossibly spiraling infrastructure.
The Rolling Stones ripped through the intimate Fonda Theatre Wednesday with enough energy to fuel their entire 15-city North American tour.
There are those who will argue that the world of television hasn’t suffered such a loss in nearly a generation, and they’re right.
The technology of martial arts in the West has long aimed to increase the distance between attacker and target — from arrows to bullets to gravity bombs. Today, foes can be vanquished from half a world away — with the press of a button.
Authorities in Las Vegas say entertainer Flavor Flav has been arrested on allegations of driving under the influence, speeding, possessing less than an ounce of marijuana and having an open container of alcohol in the 2005 black BMW he was driving.
Bigger, faster and more extreme are what count when it comes to roller coasters.