Wednesday, February 3, 2016
The Super Bowl takes place a week before the Grammys, but the big game is rivaling the awards shows with a plethora of live concerts and on-site musicians, from the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Metallica to Pharrell and Skrillex.
Capt. Richard Phillips will deliver the commencement speech at a Vermont university.
The company behind the Electric Zoo and Tomorrowland music festivals has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
NBC has signed a new production deal with prolific producer Dick Wolf, ensuring an 18th season of "Law & Order: SVU" and the continuation of his Chicago trilogy of dramas.
Signe Toly Anderson, a vocalist and original member of the Jefferson Airplane who left the band after its first record and was replaced by Grace Slick, has died.
Chef Benoit Violier, whose 3-star restaurant in western Switzerland with its game specialties recently topped a list of the world's best, has been found dead of a likely self-inflicted gunshot, police said Monday. He was 44.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Taxi Less than one week before Chinese New Year, local governments have announced Chinese New Year taxi fare hikes, the arrangements for trash collections and other changes affecting bank and medical services.
Music City waited 18 years to host the NHL All-Star game.
American superstar Madonna will arrive in Taiwan Monday evening by a private jet, three days ahead of her first ever concert in the country, the local promoters said Monday.