Critics’ Choice Awards Highlight Increased Diversity with One Glaring Exception
Jan17

Critics’ Choice Awards Highlight Increased Diversity with One Glaring Exception

Los Angeles, Jan. 17 – At the Critics’ Choice Awards Sunday night, Taye Diggs praised how this year has been great for inclusivity for “all under-represented people,” specifically calling out successes when it comes to gender, sexual orientation and race. While this is extremely important, it is upsetting that once again the largest minority in the U.S. – people with disabilities – was not mentioned as well. This also was the case at...

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Maroon 5 to play 2019 Super Bowl halftime show
Jan17

Maroon 5 to play 2019 Super Bowl halftime show

Pop band Maroon 5 will provide the halftime entertainment at next month’s Super Bowl in Atlanta in a show that will also feature rappers Travis Scott and Big Boi, the National Football League said on Sunday. Maroon 5, a three-times Grammy-winning group led by Adam Levine, will be joined by rising star Scott and Atlanta, Georgia native Big Boi, who was previously one half of rap group Outcast. The Pepsi-sponsored show will...

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Why is Rihanna suing her father?
Jan17

Why is Rihanna suing her father?

Rihanna is going after her own father in court. But why is Rihanna suing her father? The pop star filed the lawsuit in a federal court in Los Angeles on Tuesday, claiming he’s been using the Fenty name to collect millions of dollars for his own business, Fenty Entertainment. Rihanna is suing her father, Ronald Fenty, over the use of the Fenty name. It may don’t seem weird that Rihanna’s father chose to use his last name for his...

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THE MOB MUSEUM PARTNERS WITH CHICAGO HISTORY MUSEUM, CHICAGO 00 PROJECT TO RECOGNIZE 90TH ANNIVERSARY OF ST. VALENTINE’S DAY MASSACRE, THURSDAY, FEB. 14
Jan17

THE MOB MUSEUM PARTNERS WITH CHICAGO HISTORY MUSEUM, CHICAGO 00 PROJECT TO RECOGNIZE 90TH ANNIVERSARY OF ST. VALENTINE’S DAY MASSACRE, THURSDAY, FEB. 14

LAS VEGAS (January 2019) –The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement,  will commemorate its seventh anniversary with a one-day-only special opportunity on Thursday, Feb. 14, presented in partnership with the Chicago History Museum. The event coincides with the 90th anniversary of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. For the first time, all visitors to the Museum will have the opportunity to experience The...

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David Byrne revisits his 1986 film ‘True Stories’ at IFC Center
Dec11

David Byrne revisits his 1986 film ‘True Stories’ at IFC Center

Longtime New York resident David Byrne, coming off one of his most successful tours in years, looked back at one of his earlier artistic triumphs at the IFC Center last week. His 1986 film “True Stories” has been remastered and reissued by the prestigious Criterion Collection, along with a new album collecting, for the first time, all the music from the movie in one place. “I have a lot of friends here!” Byrne said, taking in the...

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