opular humorist, David Rakoff lost his battle with cancer on Thursday at the age of 47.
Willy Russell’s hugely successful musical Blood Brothers will close its curtains for the final time on 27 October
Wagner wrote many tracts that vilified Jews (although his anti-Semitism was hardly unusual in 19th-century Europe).
Russell Brand is once again the subject of some unflattering rumors.
Vidal’s life was so extraordinary that its scope and magnitude beggars belief.
The National Endowment for the Arts announced this month the second round of grants under its ambitious nationwide initiative dubbed Our Town, which provides funds to struggling neighborhoods for the purpose of investing in theater, dance, music, writing, and visual art.
Austrian media reports that the opera will likely have to raise ticket prices.
As the Olympic Games draw near, Brits are excited to be at the center of the global event. Despite the public's enthusiasm, police are threatening remove any graffiti related to the Olympics. This includes works by Banksy, the notorious U.K. graffiti artist.
One must consider that in the ancient warrior societies of India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and especially Iran, poems – including those that celebrate love as well as the martial arts – are a cherished part of the culture.
The Academy Awards are definitely something celebrities in Hollywood look forward to. However, there is one award show that focuses not only on immense talent on screen but immeasurable good will done off screen. It’s the 2012 Do Something Awards and the polls are finally open.