Alvin Ailey troupe – and a soulful Cynthia Erivo – join to celebrate dance legend Judith Jamison
Actor-singer Cynthia Erivo lent searing and soulful vocals to an evening marking Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater's 65th anniversary, and celebrating the talents of dance legend Judith Jamison its former star dancer and longtime company leader.
Hallmark Christmas movies: See list, descriptions of premieres for Nov. 30-Dec. 3
The first of 40 movies premiered on Oct. 20, with new movies premiering every Thursday on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel, and every Friday, Saturday and Sunday on the Hallmark channel through Dec. 26.
Daryl Hall accuses John Oates of 'ultimate partnership betrayal' in plan to sell stake in business
Daryl Hall has filed a court declaration that accuses his longtime music partner John Oates of committing the “ultimate partnership betrayal” by planning to sell his share of the Hall & Oates duo’s joint venture without the other’s permission.
Frances Sternhagen, Tony Award-winning actor who was familiar maternal face on TV, dies at 93
Frances Sternhagen, the veteran character actor who won two Tony Awards and became a familiar maternal face to TV viewers later in life in such shows as “Cheers,” “ER,” “Sex and the City” and “The Closer,” has died.
'Past Lives,' Lily Gladstone win at Gotham Awards, while Robert De Niro says his speech was edited
Celine Song’s wistful romance “Past Lives” has earned top honors at the Gotham Awards at an award-season kickoff where the night’s biggest drama came in a political speech by Robert De Niro that the actor claimed had been edited.
'Hunger Games' feasts, 'Napoleon' conquers but 'Wish' doesn't come true at Thanksgiving box office
The Walt Disney Co.’s “Wish” had been expected to rule the Thanksgiving weekend box office, but moviegoers instead feasted on leftovers, as “The Hunger Games: Songbirds and Snakes” led ticket sales for the second weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday.