By the time Rock in Rio had wrapped up its two-weekend run in Las Vegas on Saturday night, more than 172,000 people had attended the event’s U.S. debut, 4,000 had ridden zip lines 64 feet in the air and 20 couples had been married on the festival’s grounds just off the Vegas Strip.
Nothing is sacred in Las Vegas, not even a serenade by the beloved Ed Sheeran, who played the main stage Friday night at the Rock in Rio festival.
Baby boomers, take a deep breath.
The death of Freddie Gray while in police custody, and the ensuing unrest surrounding it, has prompted another round of musicians to speak out on the value of black lives and on racial issues in America.
"The Avengers: Age of Ultron" showed superhuman strength the box office Friday, grossing an estimated $84,460,000 in North America. The film is now poised to break the record for the biggest opening weekend for a motion pictue ever currently held by its predecessor, “The Avengers.”
When Bruce Jenner revealed to Diane Sawyer what many had already speculated — that the 1976 Olympic champion now publicly identifies as a woman — nearly 17 million people were watching.
The stakes are high for Bruce Jenner, who in a highly anticipated interview airing Friday night is expected to reveal to Diane Sawyer what many have long speculated — that the 1976 Olympic champion is now identifying as a transgender woman.
The wily performer smashed his equipment, rolled around on the ground and growled like a wild animal in front of a mesmerized crowd at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. The evening's headliners, AC/DC, had a hard act to follow and would eventually prove tame in comparison.