New York police have shut down a charity lemonade stand run by Jerry Seinfeld and his family in their East Hampton neighborhood.
Rosie O’Donnell’s adopted daughter Chelsea has left her home to live with her birth mother, less than three weeks after she ran away and lead to a weeklong search.
Paul Weitz, the director of the 1999 teen sex romp “American Pie,” is these days often referred to as a feminist filmmaker — a designation Mr. Weitz, 49, appears to politely demure. “It wasn’t conscious on my part that almost all of the characters would be female; it just happened,” Mr. Weitz told The Washington Times of his new film, “Grandma.”
Former TV judge Joe Brown is expected to surrender to Tennessee deputies to begin serving a five-day jail term for contempt of court.
Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer aren’t just riding jet skis together. They’re making a movie.
Josh Duggar has checked into rehab, just days after he publicly confessed to cheating on his wife Anna and having an addiction to pornography.
Justin Bieber will be back on stage at the MTV Video Music Awards.
“The Devil Went Down to Georgia” hit-maker Charlie Daniels posted a lengthy rant on Facebook Monday blasting Congress as “a breed of milksop, politically correct, scared of their own shadow, pushover, pathetic excuses for public servants.”
The Howard Theatre will host three performances from dancer Savion Glover Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Northwest.
Radio host Howard Stern predicted Monday that Donald Trump will be the Republican presidential nominee.