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  • Carnegie Hall cancels opening night because of strike by stagehands

    Carnegie Hall cancels opening night because of strike by stagehands
    Carnegie Hall's opening night gala -- an annual highlight of the New York cultural calendar -- has been canceled at the last minute because of a strike by the organization's stagehands. The Wednesday evening concert was to feature the Philadelphia...
  • Vladimir Putin, Robert Kraft and the case of the Super Bowl ring

    Vladimir Putin, Robert Kraft and the case of the Super Bowl ring
    So, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said Vladimir Putin swiped his Super Bowl ring in 2005, charging that the Russian president pocketed the ring after Kraft let him hold it during a visit to that country. Kraft was being honored at Carnegie...
  • Alec Baldwin: 'No more' Broadway

    Alec Baldwin: 'No more' Broadway
    Alec Baldwin is done with more than just “30 Rock.” Now that the Broadway revival of Lyle Kessler’s “Orphans" is behind him --  as well as the very public squabble with planned co-star Shia LaBeouf, who exited the production...
  • 'Behind the Candelabra': Fun facts about the legendary Liberace

    'Behind the Candelabra': Fun facts about the legendary Liberace
    Steven Soderbergh’s latest film, “Behind the Candelabra,” looks at the relationship between flamboyant pianist Liberace (Michael Douglas) and his much younger lover Scott Thorson (Matt Damon). The film, which is in competition for the...
  • Behind the candelabra: Liberace's bling a legacy to classical music

    Behind the candelabra: Liberace's bling a legacy to classical music
    He was a protégé of Paderewski, the legendary Polish pianist, who said that someday this boy would take his place. But this boy became a parody. Poor Liberace. He may have cried, as he liked to quip, all the way to the bank, but he is poor Liberace if...
  • 2013 TV Upfronts: First-place CBS isn't afraid to be 'smug'

    2013 TV Upfronts: First-place CBS isn't afraid to be 'smug'
    At ABC’s upfront presentation Tuesday in New York City, Jimmy Kimmel slammed the perennial first-place finisher CBS as a bunch of “smug” jerks (though he opted for a more a colorful epithet that isn’t fit to be repeated here)....
  • Networks send SOS to Michael J. Fox, Robin Williams and other stars

    Networks send SOS to Michael J. Fox, Robin Williams and other stars
      If viewers are losing interest in broadcast TV, what can lure them back? Executives hope they have an answer: stars. Lifting the curtain on their 2013-14 schedules at the "upfronts" in New York this week, the networks behaved like smartphone-...
  • Richard Robbins dies at 71; film composer had 2 Oscar nods

    Richard Robbins dies at 71; film composer had 2 Oscar nods
    Richard Robbins, the composer who created memorable scores for such films as "A Room With a View," "Howards End" and "The Remains of the Day" during a quarter-century collaboration with director James Ivory and producer Ismail Merchant, has died. He was...
  • Mort Lindsey dies at 89; Judy Garland's musical director

    Mort Lindsey dies at 89; Judy Garland's musical director
    Mort Lindsey, a conductor, arranger and composer best known as the music director for Judy Garland in the 1960s and for his more than two decades as music director for "The Merv Griffin Show," has died. He was 89. Lindsey, who was in declining health...
  • George Beverly Shea dies at 104; Grammy-winning gospel singer

    George Beverly Shea dies at 104; Grammy-winning gospel singer
    George Beverly Shea, a gospel singer and songwriter who was a featured part of the Billy Graham crusades for more than 50 years, died Tuesday. He was 104. Shea, who received a lifetime achievement award at the 2011 Grammy Awards, died in Asheville, N.C....
  • Patti Page dies at 85; singer helped widen country music audience

    Patti Page dies at 85; singer helped widen country music audience
    Patti Page, the Oklahoma-born pop singer whose gossamer voice on "The Tennessee Waltz," "The Doggie in the Window" and other 1950s hits offered a soothing counterpart to the revolutionary new sound of rock 'n' roll, died New Year's Day in Encinitas,...