Eclectic collection of artists receive nominations
Following the reveal of the 2012 Grammy Nominations, social media sites were dominated by the opinions of fans and critics. CBS News reports Wednesday night gave Grammy-nominated artists the chance to perform in front of the Recording Academy in Los Angeles. The most prestigious categories include song, record and album of the year.
Review: Jeffrey Hatcher’s adaptation is a do-it-yourself ghost story
A rainy Friday night greeted the 39th season opener of Syracuse Stage: American novelist Henry James’ ghost story The Turn of the Screw. A thick audience streamed in for the performance, swaddled in raincoats and peeking from under dripping umbrellas.
Father of notorious actor sympathizes with the 'hell' his son is in.
For the past few weeks, the media has bombarded us with stories, videos, and images of actor Charlie Sheen and his erratic behavior and struggles with drug addiction. In an interview with Telegraph magazine, Sheen's father, actor Martin Sheen, said that his son still conducts himself like a "child" despite being 45-years-old:
With her rendition of 'Born This Way,' 10-year-old girl steals heart of her idol.
Lady Gaga may have some competition. Ten-year-old Maria Aragon created a YouTube video of her rendition of Lady Gaga’s new single, “Born This Way," according to CNN. Her performance has has become a YouTube hit, while catching Lady Gaga’s attention.
Aragon joined her idol on stage Thursday night and Gaga even shed a few tears.
Each audience member receives an apology and $50 after "disappointing" event
Every person in attendance for a dialogue with actor Steve Martin will receive a $50 refund and an apology from the 92nd Street Y in New York City after what event organizers have called a "disappointing" evening, according to The New York Times.
40-year-old Melvin Franklin, 40, of 1306 Park St threw a bottle out the window of his car at 4 a.m. Wednesday morning. Police immediately pulled Franklin over to give him a ticket for littering, according to The Post-Standard.