Singer had canceled her Tuesday night concert here after suffering a severe reaction to an antibiotic she was taking for sinus infection.
"Scandal" is arguably the nuttiest show on the air. But there's a method to its madness, demonstrated every week with OMG intensity.
In her new book about the Spanish Civil War, biographer Amanda Vaill weaves the intriguing tales of three very different and captivating couples, including Ernest Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn.
The brash animated series "The Boondocks" returns to Adult Swim for its fourth and final season without Aaron McGruder, the man who spawned it, but with its brashness intact.
His death mourned around the globe, Gabriel Garcia Marquez is being hailed as a giant of modern literature, a writer of intoxicating novels and short stories that illuminated Latin America's passions, superstition, violence and social inequality.
"Miracle on South Division Street" offers little more than a middling TV sitcom, but it does manage to generate a reasonable degree of human warmth. Think of it as a sitcom with heart.
"Only Lovers Left Alive," which is scheduled to open in Kansas City on May 9, has a soundtrack saturated with refined esoterica, featuring everything from art-damaged rockabilly to ecstatic Arabic pop -- and a mother lode of lute, the Renaissance and baroque instruments beloved of Hiddleston's character, a guitar player and instrument collector.
If you've missed Nicolas Cage and the special qualities he brings to movies, "Joe" is a good place to get reacquainted. It's a case of unlikely casting, and yet he couldn't be better in it.
This homage to the Camino, a world-famous path designed to enhance spiritual enlightenment, plays less like a profound journey and more like a vacation video with good production values.
Jude Law's performance -- which starts at 11 and stays there -- may well go down in history as one of the most colorful low-lifes ever committed to film. It is doubtful that the movie itself will be so fondly remembered.
Devotees of Philip Marlow may rejoice at a new take on the sweet-talking detective or find it hollow.
Jimi Hendrix made it shriek. Buddy Holly made it swing. Stevie Ray Vaughn made it snarl.
Idris Elba has welcomed a baby boy named Winston.
Glen Campbell has been moved into an Alzheimer's disease care facility, a friend of his family has told People magazine.
The family of Peaches Geldof say her funeral will be take place on Easter Monday at the same church where her mother's funeral was held.
Federal arts grant money is going mostly through the Mid-America Arts Alliance.
If you want a dance drama, Duane Adler is the man for the job. But here he's venturing into another genre: unintentional comedy.
Johnny Depp's star power can't quite provide the oomph needed to make this intriguing idea soar. It's a competent but curiously flat drama. More shrugs than thrills.
Porsha Williams of TV's "Real Housewives of Atlanta" faces a battery charge after fellow cast member Kenya Moore told police she was attacked during filming of the show.
Paul Wesley admits to experiencing jitters on his first day of directing Thursday's episode of the CW's "The Vampire Diaries," particularly when it came to saying the word "action."
Marines stonewalled flow of findings that showed troops and families were consuming water that was a toxic brew.
A deluxe remastered issue of "Purple Rain" is planned
Organizers of the first Boulevardia have announced the music lineup for the three-day street festival to be held June 13-15 in the West Bottoms.
Former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb was released Thursday from an Arizona jail after serving a one-day sentence for a DUI arrest late last year.
Whoopi Goldberg says she's in love with her marijuana-vaporizing pen.
What happens in season 3's finale? Count on high drama. Joe Morton, who plays Papa Pope, told the New York Daily News the cast was 'shocked' when they read the script.
Previously unreleased recordings of country music legend Hank Williams performing songs on a 1950 radio show will be released next month for download and on vinyl.
Quiet, cryptic and never less than creepy, "Under the Skin" is sci-fi that doesn't do the work for you. There are no explanations. No character rattles off a paragraph or three of exposition and backstory.
Did he get what he deserved? That's the discussion right now as people watch this guy take a selfie next to a speeding train.
Malcolm Young is taking a break from AC/DC to focus on his health, the band said.