WASHINGTON — Tuesday’s Supreme Court showdown pitting start-up video service Aereo against U.S. broadcasters has everyone from the White House to cloud computing advocates filing briefs and taking sides.
Subscribe to Entertainment RSS feed
First lady Michelle Obama makes a cameo appearance on Thursday on the season finale of “Parks and Recreation” (NBC at 8 p.m. EDT). Here are five other somewhat unusual TV appearances of former first ladies:
A look at the top music charts for last week would show many well-known artists and musicians from a myriad of genres and musical styles. Sitting near the top of the charts, a young artist from Denison is hoping to make a name for himself among other established artists with his debut album.
The instrumental ensembles of Austin College, under the direction of Dr. Ricky Duhaime, will present their annual spring concert at 7:30 p.m. on Monday in Wynne Chapel at Austin College. The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the Music Department at Austin College at 903-813-2251.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez, whose novel “One Hundred Years of Solitude” put Latin America and the style known as magical realism on the international literary map, has died. He was 87.
AC/DC lead singer Brian Johnson has told a British newspaper that rumors of the band’s impending breakup are only that.
Cuban-born drummer Armando Peraza, a self-taught musician who transformed himself from a homeless orphan in Havana to a world-recognized bongo and conga expert who performed with Carlos Santana for nearly two decades, died Monday in a South San Francisco hospital.
LOS ANGELES — In a battle of the sequels, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” retained its superhero grip at the weekend box office, finishing No. 1 and beating the animated “Rio 2” by a slim margin.
Jesse Winchester, who fled to Canada in the 1960s to avoid the military draft and later became renowned for writing and performing intimate, touching songs that evoked his native South, died April 11 at his home in Charlottesville, Va. He was 69.
LOS ANGELES — “Allegiant,” the third book in Veronica Roth’s massively successful “Divergent” trilogy, will get a two-part big-screen adaptation, Summit Entertainment and Lionsgate announced Friday.