Reports say America's favorite couple Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon will be splitting up in the not too distant future.
Out pop star Sam Smith told the Metro Tuesday that social media dating apps like Grindr and Tindr are "ruining romance," urging fans to delete them.
A member of the Family Research Council used Robin Williams' death to promote conversion therapy.
Julien's Auctions announced Tuesday that items from Madonna's personal and professional life will be auctioned Nov. 7-8.
Philip Noyce's adaptation of Lois Lowry's beloved novel might not be perfect, but it is a beautiful and thought-provoking alternative to a summer of superheroes and aliens.
"Life After Beth" has an intriguing premise that blends romance, comedy and horror, but no clear sense of direction, resulting in a hollow hybrid of genre tropes.
This is summer fun at its loudest, dumbest, and most ridiculously, cartoonishly violent. It's sure to be a big hit.
It's like the directing team set out to make a respectable version of "Gummo." But respectability never improves anything.
In the Arts
On August 21, Getting to Zero, the AIDS Services Foundation Orange County's newest guild, will hold its second fashion show in the Marc Pridmore Designs Studio.
On August 24, Northern California will hold "Help Is On the Way 20," its largest annual star-studded AIDS benefit concert and gala, to benefit four Bay Area ASOs. And topping the list of celebrity performers is none other than Florence Henderson.
Director Alan Brown hits the rehearsal hall to bring you "Five Dances" and the coming-of-age of Kansas boy Chip's move to the NYC dance world.
In a few years, Jeremy Jordan has emerged as one of the Broadway musical's rising stars. National audiences, though, recognize him from "Smash," the cult NBC series. This month he's starring in a new musical, "Finding Neverland," en route to Broadway.
Singing sensation Jennifer Hudson and pop band MAGIC! will join the star-studded line-up at Fashion Rocks® that includes Afrojack, Duran Duran, Jennifer Lopez, KISS, Miranda Lambert, Nico & Vinz, Pitbull, Rita Ora, The Band Perry and Usher.
On the heels of selling-out all three of his July 4th holiday weekend shows in Provincetown, he has announced a return to The Art House for Labor Day weekend of August 29, 30, 31 at 7:00 PM by popular demand.
Author Jim Provenzano is a hopeless romantic. He's also a staunch advocate for people with disabilities. He brings those two elements together in "Every Time I Think of You" and its just-published sequel, "Message of Love."
The Indiana State Museum features an exhibit about one of the most colorful periods in American history with "American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition" on display through February 15, 2015.