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The L.A. rapper returns with a funky new single from his untitled new album
An 30-story architectural projection that appeared on United Nations buildings over the weekend is a teaser for filmmaker Louie Psihoyos’s upcoming environmental documentary film, “Racing Extinction."
Read Speakeasy's recap of "The Blacklist," season 2, episode 1.
The young actor talks about his role as a villain in the highly anticipated Fox series.
"Gotham," the new Batman prequel series from DC Comics and Fox, doesn't waste any time as it plunges you right into the thick of the city's asphalt jungle. The city needs help. Too bad Batman hasn't even hit puberty yet.
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has canceled performances of its 2014-2015 season through Nov. 8 amid stalled negotiations with musicians for a new contract.
Best-selling author Hilary Mantel has choice words for critics of the title story in her new collection, “The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher: Stories.”
London fashion designer Mary Katrantzou is among four designers who created costumes for the new York City Ballet. Others include Carolina Herrera, Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton and Thom Browne.
The band share details of their first new work in 20 years.
Listen to a preview of Trent Reznor's soundtrack for the coming film "Gone Girl."
"Still I Rise," from a coming posthumous album by Maya Angelou, premieres on Speakeasy.
The cartoon's star Eric Cartman appropriates the name of the NFL franchise
The 'Last Week Tonight' host is not buying their claims.
Colin Farrell confirmed what has been rumored for a while now: He'll be starring in the second season of HBO's hit anthology series "True Detective." The Irish actor revealed the news to the Sunday World.
Watch Emma Watson deliver a speech at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City about men and women, feminists, and gender roles over the weekend.
Here's an introduction to some of the major good guys and bad guys we'll meet during the first season of "Gotham."
Raul Midon premieres his album "Don't Hesitate" on Speakeasy.
The scariest part of this week's episode of "The Strain" had next to nothing to do with vampires.
Read Speakeasy's recap of "Masters of Sex," season 2, episode 11.
Cookie shamelessly makes an appearance at Marvin’s paparazzi-filled funeral. While Cookie seems confident he’ll avoid jail, Ray is not. He spends the day preparing for an arrest, first meeting with his accountant, telling her to prepare...Show More Summary