Monday, July 7, 2014
Paul McCartney returned to a concert stage Saturday after being sidelined for two months because of a virus, spinning out songs from the Beatles, Wings and a solo career that has spanned more than 50 years of rock 'n' roll.
Carolyn Ngbokoli doesn't remember the sound of her mother's voice. She was just 19 when her mom died, and no recordings were left.
R&B singer Tevin Campbell, who thrilled fans as a teenager when he asked “Can We Talk,” has performed for the first time at the Essence Festival as he seeks to re-ignite his career.
Nearly 800 players with dreams of World Series of Poker glory started a marathon toward poker's richest prize on Saturday — a guaranteed US$10 million payday and a place in history among the winners of the main event.
Sunday, July 6, 2014
A woman in Arkansas celebrated her 116th birthday Friday with cake, a party and a new title — she's now officially the oldest confirmed living American and second-oldest person in the world, the Gerontology Research Group said.
Veteran entertainer Rolf Harris, a household name in Britain and Australia for decades, was jailed Friday for five years and nine months for a string of sexual assaults against girls.
Nigerian censors on Friday approved the release of the civil war film “Half of a Yellow Sun” after a more than two-month delay during which the producers agreed to edit certain scenes.
Broadway and television casting director Barry Moss, who helped cast nearly 90 Broadway and touring productions, including the 1980 revival of “West Side Story,” “Nine,” “Torch Song Trilogy” and “The Who's Tommy,” has died. He was 74.
The Roots worked as the house band for top-selling acts like Nicki Minaj and Ed Sheeran for its annual free concert Friday in Philadelphia celebrating Independence Day.