Fall TV can be so hit ... or miss. And like it or not, it doesn’t take long for both viewers and networks to make the call. There have already been some surprise hits such as “Sleepy Hollow” as well ...
The city of Lancaster’s Museum of Art and History (MOAH) will be “dark” through Oct. 28 in order to transition from the current exhibition and install the upcoming round of shows.
Comedian Russell Peters has been a stand-up comic for 24 years, has a worldwide following and is one of the highest-earning comedians in the world, among Jerry Seinfeld, Louis C.K. and Chris Rock.
Kim Kardashian’s 20-carat diamond engagement ring, a remnant of her 72-day marriage to NBA basketball player Kris Humphries, was auctioned Tuesday in New York by Christie’s for $749,000, US Weekly reported.
TLC, the superstar girl group of the 1990s, is officially back with new music, a movie about them and plans to tour.
On Wednesday night, Kanye West and Jimmy Kimmel will come face-to-face.
Ruthless pirates try to hijack an unarmed American ship. They seize the captain and, after negotiations fail, Navy SEALs stage a daring rescue. It reads like the plot of a Hollywood movie.
Halle Berry is the latest film star to make a move for the small screen.
Lauryn Hill walked free from a federal prison Friday and — if she has her way — back into the musical spotlight.
The Palmdale City Library, located at 700 E. Palmdale Blvd., will host a book signing for local author Nickie V. Smith on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 10 a.m. to noon.
Actress/singer Simone is suing her former lawyers for allegedly mishandling aspects of the estate of her mother, legendary jazz and R&B singer Nina Simone.
Hollywood couple Cherie Johnson and Dennis White say they were improperly stopped by police, put in handcuffs, and harshly questioned during a recent weekend getaway in South Carolina.
The nationally and critically acclaimed touring troupe, The Acting Company, will bring Hamlet to the Lancaster Performing Arts Center on Sunday, October 6, at 3 p.m.
Hindsight is 20/20, and at 42 Jada Pinkett-Smith has clarity on her past addictions.
On Monday, the fall TV season began in earnest. CBS premiered two new shows — a comedy, “Mom,” and a drama from Jerry Bruckheimer, “Hostages” — while NBC presented its James Spader-led pilot, “The Blacklist.”