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Sun ReporterCab Calloway, the swing-era singer, actor and bandleader who soared to national popularity in the '30s and '40s on the strength of such hits as "Minnie the Moocher" and "It Ain't Necessarily So," has died at the age of 86. The Baltimore-bred musician...
Tags: Music Theater, Jazz (genre), Music, Theater, Death
Reality CheckI turn on the television and see last week's episode on the screen. I'm later informed by Carla Correa that the first hour of the show is last week's results show. The second of the hour of is new. Thank......
Sun Television CriticThe motion picture academy's insistence on decorum in the wake of Janet Jackson's Super Bowl debacle gave last night's telecast of 76th Annual Academy Awards all the unpredictability of a sitcom rerun. ABC had hoped to attract the much-coveted young male...
Tags: Jack Black, ABC (tv network), Cinema Industry, Bob Hope, Culture
Associated PressLOS ANGELES - In a night dominated by soul music's new generation, Alicia Keys, Destiny's Child and the late singer Aaliyah each won two American Music Awards yesterday. Michael Jackson, the subject of a tussle between music's two biggest awards shows,...
Orlando SentinelThis was the year that the Grammy Awards finally had a chance to be hip, if CBS could just keep everyone's wardrobe in place. In retrospect, keeping Vince Gill, Dave Matthews, Sting and Pharrell Williams from imitating the Beatles would have been a...
The Los Angeles fire marshal has ordered the number of people in the courtroom where the Michael Jackson wrongful-death suit is being tried be reduced immediately, cutting the number of seats for the media by nearly two-thirds and leaving only one spot...
Tags: CNN (tv network), Diana Ross, Trials, Michael Jackson, AEG
Details are emerging in Paris Jackson's apparent suicide attempt, which kept the pop heiress hospitalized through Thursday. Jackson, the daughter of the late King of Pop Michael Jackson, reportedly left a suicide note, took a kitchen knife to her arm...
VarietyMartin Franks has been a quiet power behind the throne at CBS for a quarter century. On Wednesday, he took a moment in the spotlight to announce his plan to retire on Sept. 30. Franks, exec veep of planning, policy and government affairs for CBS Corp.,...
ReutersMay 29 (TheWrap.com) - The Katherine Jackson vs. AEG trial entered its second month in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom on Tuesday. Among the day's court proceedings was the first appearance of AEG Live Co-CEO and former Jackson tour manager Paul...
ReutersMay 29 (TheWrap.com) - Marty Franks, CBS's senior vice president for government affairs and the dean of TV network lobbyists in Washington, announced Wednesday he will retire Sept. 30 after a 25 years leading battles in Congress and the FCC. on...
The great contradiction of A&M Records, the independent record label that turned Peter Frampton, the Police, Janet Jackson and Soundgarden into superstars, was that the man in charge was an easy-listening icon who tooted a trumpet on songs like "Spanish...
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