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On July 4th, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was approved by the Continental Congress, setting the 13 colonies on the road to freedom as a sovereign nation.
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CBSNews reports that legendary star of stage and screen, Barbra Streisand , voiced her opinion on the current state of women in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community in Israel.
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The Oscar-winning director of "The Silence of the Lambs" will helm the genre-bending odyssey about a National Transportation Safety Board investigator who survives a mysterious plane crash.
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The late Frank Loesser wrote at least 700 songs, more than a dozen of which are included in the score for the smash musical Guys and Dolls, which, believe it or not, opened on Broadway more than sixty years ago, in 1950, with Alan Alda's father, Robert, in the leading role as the gambler Sky Masterson.
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Salman Khan has become Bollywood's most preferred go-to person. The actor is known to have been routinely summoned to fix problems, rescue films with bleak box office prospects and broker peace between warring parties.
What's it like to record with robots? "They were really amazingly easy to work with," says the veteran songwriter and current ASCAP president of the breathlessly hyped French electronic duo.
Cinebarre kicked off the summer with a Blue Hawaiian Luau featuring a live performance by David Maraks of the Beach Boys and Dean Torrence of Jan and Dean and the Surf City Allstars on June 8. The concert was followed by an outdoor screening of the Elvis Presley movie “Blue Hawaii.” Concert-goers wore their favorite Hawaiian shirts.
Cliff Richard had his loyal following reelin' and a rockin' as his tour visited the wind-battered Hove County Ground on Saturday night.
What really got me while watching "I Am Divine" was the way producer-director Jeffrey Schwarz so deftly mixed the celebratory aspects of the career of Divine with the personal agony of Glenn Milstead.
Chances are, when you visualise New York City, what you're really seeing is a freeze-frame from one of the many movies that have made it a cinematic icon.
Friday night during the Los Angeles Film Festival , the talented Maya Rudolph sat down with LACMA curator and host of KCRW's The Treatment , to discuss "the serious business of being funny."
On August 23, 2009, Lindsey Lohan testified before a grand jury that the Bling Ring stole two watches, an Hermes bag, two paintings, a custom fur coat and a "Chrome Hearts" necklace, among other things.
Sundays from 1-3pm "Matinee," with Phil Seitz. This is a thematic program in which you will hear complete musical soundtracks played.
Gene Burton, at 80, rarely makes public appearances any longer, however, when he does, he likes to stir up some trouble which was evident in a write up from Huffington Post on June 14. Gene, who made the role of Willy Wonka famous calls Tim Burton's remake titled "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" an insult.