Piers Morgan sparks Twitter war over Susan Sarandon's cleavage

Piers Morgan sparks Twitter war over Susan Sarandon's cleavage

Susan Sarandon is trying to shut down Piers Morgan's criticism of her cleavage displayed at the SAG Awards with more cleavage.

Italian actor clinically dead after botched hanging scene during play

February 5
Italian actor clinically dead after botched hanging scene during play
Italian actor Raphael Schumacher was declared clinically dead on Thursday, days after accidentally strangling himself during the performance of a play in Pisa.

Reviled pharma exec calls Congress 'imbeciles' after taking the Fifth

February 4
Reviled pharma exec calls Congress 'imbeciles' after taking the Fifth
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February 5

Michael B. Jordan wins big at NAACP Image Awards

It was a total knockout for Michael B. Jordan at the NAACP Image Awards in a ceremony that took several jabs at Hollywood for the lack of racial diversity.
Celebrities
February 5

The Latest: Browns owner reached out Manziel, no response

The Latest on troubled quarterback Johnny Manziel (all times local):
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February 5

Joseph Gordon-Levitt gets some roast with his Hasty Pudding

Joseph Gordon-Levitt has gotten a little roast along with his pudding.
Celebrities
February 5
FILE - In a Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015 file photo, Woody Harrelson poses f...

Woody Harrelson applies for Hawaii marijuana dispensary

Actor and marijuana advocate Woody Harrelson was one of nearly 60 applicants to apply to open one of Hawaii's first medical marijuana dispensaries.
February 5

Judge who presided over Martha Stewart's NY trial dies at 86

A federal judge who presided over Martha Stewart's criminal trial in New York has died. Miriam Cedarbaum was 86.
Celebrities
February 5

Lawyer: Omission of witness crippled 'Serial' case's defense

An attorney told a Baltimore judge Friday that a witness who could have provided an alibi for the convicted killer at the center of the popular "Serial" podcast would have been "critical" in the man's first trial, had she been contacted by his original defense team.
Music
February 5

Meek Mill gets 3 months house arrest for parole violation

A Philadelphia judge is giving Robert Williams at least three months to earn back his status as rapper Meek Mill.
Music
February 5

Soul diva Rihanna to perform at Grammy Awards

Rihanna is joining the list of performers at the Grammy Awards later this month.
February 5

Adele might not like it, but Donald Trump can use her music

While waiting for Donald Trump to take the stage this week at a campaign rally in Exeter, New Hampshire, fans listened to a few hit songs by Adele, "Skyfall" and "Rolling in the Deep."
Celebrities
February 5

Cam Newton heads fully 'Lokai'd' into the Super Bowl

Cam Newton isn't taking any chances. He's been fully "Lokai'd" for weeks heading into the Super Bowl.
Celebrities
February 5

The Latest: FBI agent says cell data in 'Serial' case solid

The Latest on a hearing for a convicted murderer seeking a new trial in a case that was examined in the podcast "Serial." (all times local):
Music
February 5

Puddle of Mudd singer pleads not guilty in vandalism case

Puddle of Mudd singer Wes Scantlin has pleaded not guilty to a felony vandalism charge filed after his arrest at a home he recently lost in foreclosure.
Celebrities
February 5

Samantha Bee's 'Full Frontal' on TBS ready to cause a buzz

After a day of dutifully answering reporters' questions about her new TBS show, "Full Frontal," Samantha Bee confesses to an urgent desire.
Music
February 5

John Scofield goes back to the future on Grammy-nominated CD

Jazz guitarist John Scofield went back to the future on his Grammy-nominated CD "Past Present," reuniting members of his acclaimed quartet from the early 1990s to play his new compositions.
Music
February 5

Solange Knowles loses her wedding ring in New Orleans parade

Solange Knowles lost her wedding ring while riding in a New Orleans parade an as honorary member of the Krewe of Muses.
Music
February 5
Guitarist Verdine White, left, and singer Maurice White of the group E...

Earth, Wind & Fire founder Maurice White dead at 74

Earth, Wind & Fire founder Maurice White, whose horn-driven band sold more than 90 million albums and made hits like "September," ''Shining Star" and "Boogie Wonderland," died Wednesday at his home in Los Angeles, his brother Verdine said.
Music
February 5

Super Bowl ads go for the safety

Talking animals, celebrity cameos and crowd-pleasing rock songs: This year's Super Bowl advertisers are sticking to the classics in their efforts to win over Big Game viewers on Sunday.
Music
February 5

10 Super Bowl ads everyone will be talking about

The big day is almost here.
Music
February 5

Band Perry on Denver Broncos, Lady Gaga and Grammys

Returning to perform ahead of the Super Bowl is good and (sort of) bad for country trio The Band Perry, who last performed around the 2014 game.
Celebrities
February 4

Manziel not charged despite claims he hit ex-girlfriend

Despite disturbing allegations that he struck his ex-girlfriend, troubled Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel has not been charged with a crime and two Texas police departments have closed their cases on a possible assault.

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    Minnesota Orchestra: Osmo Vänskä conducts Sibelius’ “Kullervo” featuring vocalists Lilli Paasikivi, Tommi Hakala and the YL Male Voice Choir of Finland.
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    Aeon: Portraits of Youth and Age: Works by Minneapolis painter Luke Hillestad.
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    Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice: Grade-schoolers can step into a field station (neatly partitioned from the baby stuff) for an exploration of fossils and paleontology-inspired art.
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    St. Paul Chamber Orchestra: Part of the chamber music series, the latest concert includes a flute trio, string quartet, violin duo and piano quartet withworks by Kurtag and Takemitsu.
    Arts and Entertainment
    Aeon: Portraits of Youth and Age: Works by Minneapolis painter Luke Hillestad.
    Family Events
    Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice: Grade-schoolers can step into a field station (neatly partitioned from the baby stuff) for an exploration of fossils and paleontology-inspired art.
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    Dirty Dozen Brass Band: The veteran ensemble that grew out of Baptist church circles in 1977 is now one of the NOLA's best second-line music groups.
    Arts and Entertainment
    Aeon: Portraits of Youth and Age: Works by Minneapolis painter Luke Hillestad.
    Family Events
    Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice: Grade-schoolers can step into a field station (neatly partitioned from the baby stuff) for an exploration of fossils and paleontology-inspired art.
  • Music
    Dirty Dozen Brass Band: The veteran ensemble that grew out of Baptist church circles in 1977 is now one of the NOLA's best second-line music groups.
    Arts and Entertainment
    Aeon: Portraits of Youth and Age: Works by Minneapolis painter Luke Hillestad.
    Family Events
    Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice: Grade-schoolers can step into a field station (neatly partitioned from the baby stuff) for an exploration of fossils and paleontology-inspired art.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Aeon: Portraits of Youth and Age: Works by Minneapolis painter Luke Hillestad.
    Family Events
    Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice: Grade-schoolers can step into a field station (neatly partitioned from the baby stuff) for an exploration of fossils and paleontology-inspired art.
    On The Stage
    Bright Half Life: Memories of a long-term relationship collide in the Tanya Barfield play.
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