It doesn’t help to know the doorman at Club 5000, the exclusive venue where love and chess meet.
The letters addressed to Gwyneth Paltrow came for years, often with unsolicited items ranging from pornography and sex toys to religious books, earrings and clothes.
People across New Orleans Tuesday are marking the culmination of the Mardi Gras season with elaborate floats, eccentric costumes and marching bands.
Former New York City Mayor Rudolph W.Giuliani blasted pop star Beyonce for using her “outrageous” halftime performance at the Super Bowl to attack police officers.
Ukraine has had a tumultuous few years, with the invasion of the Crimea and internal struggles that reached their height in 2013-14, as students took to the streets in support of European integration and veering away from Soviet-style oppression. “Winter on Fire: Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom,” from director Evgeny Afineevsky, documents the Ukrainian struggle to breathe freer air.
In a story Feb. 5 about actor Woody Harrelson applying for a medical marijuana license in Hawaii, The Associated Press reported erroneously the name of another business seeking a medical marijuana dispensary license. It is Blue Planet Healing, not Blue Planet Foundation.
Tanya Tucker has done it all. During her four-decade career, the country singer has had 23 top 40 albums, 56 top 40 hit singles, and 10 number 1 songs. Miss Tucker discussed defeating her demons, the love of her life, Glen Campbell, and paving the way from Miranda Lambert and Taylor Swift.
Kathy Griffin is afraid of offending no one. The comedian and actress has, purposely or otherwise, stepped on the toes of the Catholic Church, the Kardashians, Anderson Cooper, Donald Trump and just about everyone else in her stand-up routines. Miss Griffin will bring her caustic comedy to EagleBank Arena on the campus of George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, Thursday evening, but one stop on her current 80-city tour, which the performer has dubbed “Like a Boss.”
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is driving young Muslims “closer to the terrorists,” said actress and feminist icon Jane Fonda.
The District’s Constellation Theatre Company has admirably staged one of the most wrenching plays of the 20th century, putting a new spin on the incomparable Peter Shaffer’s tragic “Equus,” which continues through Sunday at the troupe’s home base in Northwest.