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  • 'Princess Of Broadway' Megan Hilty In Fundraiser At Bushnell

    'Princess Of Broadway' Megan Hilty In Fundraiser At Bushnell
    Performer Megan Hilty has piled up an impressive pile of rave reviews in Broadway roles,  ranging from Glinda in "Wicked" to Lorelei Lee in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" to Doralee Rhodes in "9 to 5." Beyond her theater work, she has also starred for two...
  • 'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Who got pimped out on Party Anthems Night?

    'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Who got pimped out on Party Anthems Night?
    Get out those glow sticks and confetti guns, because “Dancing With the Stars” went full-on rager for its Party Anthems Night. And the glitterverse was even more sparkly and festive than usual in Week 6, with the remaining eight stars moving...
  • Bobby Brown, TLC still here, still making music

    Bobby Brown, TLC still here, still making music
    As much as they might have wanted to, legendary '90s R&B group TLC never really took a break after the death of rapper Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes in a Honduran car crash in 2002. "People say 'reunion,' and it's like, where'd you get that from?," asks...
  • Frankie Knuckles dies at 59; DJ helped create house music

    Frankie Knuckles dies at 59; DJ helped create house music
    Frankie Knuckles, a record producer and disc jockey who helped develop the sound and culture of house music — a style of Chicago dance music that revolutionized club culture in the 1970s and '80s and resonates today — died Monday at his home...
  • Barbara Walters: Probing Questions and a Tall Tale of the Tree

    Any discussion of Barbara Walters' trademark primetime interview specials inevitably winds back to the famous question: "If you were a tree, what kind of tree would you be?" Except that she never delivered that query in quite in that way, even though...
  • Remembering a house music legend: Why Frankie Knuckles mattered

    Remembering a house music legend: Why Frankie Knuckles mattered
    Many waking up to find the name "Frankie Knuckles" trending this morning may have been a little baffled, wondering whether perhaps an old-time pugilist had passed. In a sense this was true, but instead of his fists, the Chicago dance music producer...
  • 'Dancing With the Stars' recap: So emotional

    'Dancing With the Stars' recap: So emotional
    Pass the tissues: Week 3 of “Dancing With the Stars” commemorated the celebrities’ most memorable years, and the contestants and audience alike were awash in a flood of triumph, tears and oh-so-many feelings during this two-hour program....
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  • 50 bags of heroin found in Philip Seymour Hoffman's apartment: reports

    50 bags of heroin found in Philip Seymour Hoffman's apartment: reports
    Philip Seymour Hoffman’s New York apartment contained approximately 50 bags of heroin at the time of his death on Sunday, according to multiple media reports. Investigators also found used syringes and prescription drugs in the home of the 46-year-...
  • Frankie Knuckles, house music 'godfather,' dead at 59

    Frankie Knuckles, house music 'godfather,' dead at 59
    In Chicago, Frankie Knuckles was called the “godfather,” not because of any underworld connections, but because he helped build house – a style of Chicago dance music that revolutionized club culture in the ‘70s and ‘80s...
  • Reissue of 'Dylan's Gospel' resurrects the spirit of 1969

     Reissue of 'Dylan's Gospel' resurrects the spirit of 1969
    Bob Dylan's mercurial words on religion and spirituality have been examined for decades. Scholars, cultural critics and theologians have speculated with their pens, parsing the songwriter's syllables as if they were grains of sand. Entire books have...
  • Hosting the Grammys is only one of Clive Davis' projects

    Hosting the Grammys is only one of Clive Davis' projects
    Clive Davis typically has many irons in many fires. So even though he's holed up in an elegant Beverly Hills Hotel bungalow he's had at his disposal "forever" — fielding phone calls, e-mails and, yes, even faxes while organizing the annual pre-...