“Deadpool” hates its audience, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
The Right Side Forum, an hour-long conservative live news and talk show hosted by columnist Armstrong Williams, will feature a Valentine’s Day-themed show this week. His guests are Willie Jolley, CEO of Willie Jolley Worldwide and Dee Jolley, COO Willie Jolley Worldwide; plus George Vradenburg, chairman and co-founder, USAgainstAlzheimers, and Trish Vradenburg, vice-chair and co-founder, USAgainstAlzheimers.
President Obama is crediting talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres with changing “hearts and minds” about gays.
Conservative rocker Ted Nugent made the bizarre claim Wednesday that he’s a “Motown black man” who learned “the fine art of American defiance” from his hero, Rosa Parks.
Director Jay Oliva and his team of artisans offer a brooding, near non-stop animated brawl tied to writer Grant Morrison’s Dark Knight comic book adventures starring Nightwing, Batwoman, Robin and Batwing.
In 1998 Los Angeles-based band Orgy burst on to the scene with their powerful debut album, “Candyass.” After over a decade of rumors, 2016 finally sees Orgy back with a new lineup led by Jay Gordon, a slew of tour dates and a new two-part digital EP. Mr. Gordon discussed the band’s long, strange trip back.
An Ohio man charged with stalking Gwyneth Paltrow testified Wednesday that he sent her dozens of messages in the hope she might want to marry him despite her testifying against him in a previous stalking case.
Several great bands are coming to the District this spring in support of some rockin’ new albums. Here are our picks for some shows you should check out and the discs you should hear from the live acts.
Jada Pinkett Smith said she is “absolutely” standing by her decision to boycott this year’s Oscars ceremony, citing Idris Elba’s nomination snub for “Beasts of No Nation.”
Singer and songwriter Jackson Browne will join members of the Eagles in a tribute to the band’s founding member Glenn Frey during Monday’s 58th annual Grammy Awards.