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  • iHeartRadio 2013: Katy Perry, Elton John roll out the hits

    iHeartRadio 2013: Katy Perry, Elton John roll out the hits
    LAS VEGAS -- To get a sense of how much music -- and how much corporate appeasement -- was crammed into the first night of this weekend's iHeartRadio Music Festival, consider this: Robin Thicke, whose "Blurred Lines" recently topped the Hot 100 for 12...
  • Review: Foreigner, Styx electric in hit-heavy double bill

     
    Thank you rock gods. Thank you for holding back the rain and lightning Wednesday night long enough so a largely middle-aged Sands Steel Stage crowd at Musikfest could revel in a few hours of electric music by two beloved bands of their youth....
  • Film Review: 'Tiny Times 2.0'

    Full of bitchiness, pillow talk and gay subtext, plus skirts that trail for yards, "Tiny Times 2.0" is a sexier affair than "Tiny Times," the Shanghai-set tween girl-power fantasy directed and adapted from his own book by Guo Jingming, mainland China's...
  • CBS Tops Week Despite Blackout; Discovery Has Bite With Sharks

    It may be blocked out to some viewers in major markets, but CBS was the top-rated network in primetime last week. In the first full week of the Time Warner blackout, CBS led primetime in the key categories of adults 18-49 (tied with Univision), adults...
  • Winter break camps

    Winter break camps
    Two. Weeks. Off.  These holidays break camps will get the kids out of the house, and your hair.  Actor's Gynasium A three-day camp at the Actor's Gymnasium is a like three days at the circus.  Kids ages 9-14 can participate in circus, drama and...
  • China Video Giant Youku Backs 'Old Boys' Feature

    HONG KONG -- Production is now underway on "Old Boys: The Way of the Dragon," a Chinese feature film that is a product of the country's booming micro-film trend. The film is the first feature to be produced by Youku Originals, a production subsidiary...
  • Earl Sweatshirt confronts the pressures of hype with 'Doris'

    Earl Sweatshirt confronts the pressures of hype with 'Doris'
    On a recent afternoon Thebe Kgositsile, 19, wandered around his sparse central Hollywood apartment lugging a gallon of orange juice and thinking about the logo to his fledgling music imprint Tan Cressida. A piano melody looped from a computer plugged...
  • 'Duck Dynasty,' 'Breaking Bad' Have Surged Since Soft Starts

    Though TV series, like their film counterparts, typically live and die by how they fare on opening night, more and more shows -- especially on cable -- are premiering with modest numbers but then accruing a sizable audience over time. A&E's "Duck...
  • Yahoo Sets Comedy Binge with 'SNL,' Jack Black, John Stamos and Others

    Yahoo will bow eight short-form comedy series Sept. 9, taking a page from Netflix's playbook in debuting nearly all eps at once to tap into binge-viewing behavior, built around 38-year archive of sketches from "Saturday Night Live." New skeins include...
  • Ziyi Zhang's 'My Lucky Star' Set For North American Release (EXCLUSIVE)

    China Lion has acquired North American rights to Ziyi Zhang's "My Lucky Star" and will release the Chinese-language comedy Sept. 20 in North America day-and-date with Mainland China. The film, directed by American helmer Dennie Gordon, stars Zhang and...
  • MTV VMA 2013 preview

     
    MTV VMA 2013 preview: The MTV Video Music Awards celebrates its 30th anniversary with a move to Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., and a redesigned Moonman award statuette. The MTV Video Music Awards celebrates its 30th anniversary with a move to Barclays...
  • REVIEW: Peach Festival in Scranton offers Allmans on top, rambling Ratdog and hard-working Gv't Mule

     
    It’s almost pointless to review a jam band concert, let alone a jam band festival such as The Peach Festival that today, Aug. 18, enters the last of its four days at Toyota Pavilion at Montage in Scranton. The music......