With Hannibal ending, television loses one of its finest examples of how to delve into psychiatric matters and still tell stories that are lush and complicated while upholding the clear-eyed humanity the subject matter deserves.
In the wake of two deaths this month at a Southern California rave, concert promoter Live Nation has agreed to cancel one upcoming event while scaling back and adding extra safety precautions to another.
A month after Hulk Hogan was fired by World Wrestling Entertainment following the leak of a racist rant from a video tape in 2006, he asked his fans for forgiveness while attributing the offensive word heard on video to growing up in a "rough" South Tampa neighborhood.
Drama class was an easy A for actor Michael Rosenbaum. He wasn't in it for the glory or the attention. In fact, he didn't participate in any of the plays at first. "I was taking drama classes but I was still nervous and shy, and my teacher said - I was a senior - she said, 'Listen, you can't take Drama 4 unless you audition for a play.'
The Hotel Okura, a favored Tokyo lodging for U.S. presidents, movie stars and other celebrities, is closing the doors of its landmark half-century-old main building on Monday to make way for a pair of glass towers ahead of the 2020 Olympics.
"It's him! He's here!" In "Gremlins 2: The New Batch" (1990), a breathless corporate minion announces the arrival of Daniel Clamp, a Manhattan entrepreneur suspiciously similar in name, arrogance and love-to-hatefulness to the man currently leading the polls among 2016 Republican presidential hopefuls.