Trent Harmon performed the national anthem at the National Memorial Day concert in DC. The American Idol contest winner took the stage on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The concert aired live on PBS at 8 p.m. ET/PT with co-hosts Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise, honoring military members and their... Show More Summary
Our guest today is Deborah Batterman, author of Shoes Hair Nails (short stories) and Because my name is mother (essays). She is a Pushcart nominee and took 3rd place in the Women’s National Book Association 2012 Short Fiction Contest. Her stories and essays have appeared in anthologies as well as various print and online journals, including Akashic Books Terrible […]
Oscar-nominated director Hany Abu-Assad's new movie spins a strange but true fable of Gaza rubble and TV stardom
"If you knew the shit we were dealing with you would pay money for us NOT to play with them," Wax Idols' Hether Fortune wrote. Continue reading…
SUNDAY The Beach Boys, soprano Renee Fleming, Katharine McPhee, Trace Adkins and final “American Idol” winner Trent Harmon perform at the 27th edition of the “National Memorial Day Concert.” Gary Sinise and Joe Mantegna return as co-hosts. 8 p.m. KOCE “Yeti or Not,” Animal Planet’s annual “Monster...
By Felix Clay Published: May 27th, 2016
This is simply fantastic! Fantasia Barrino may not be the most celebrated American Idol winner of all time, but she's certainly one of the most talented. But just in case you don't believe us, you should probably listen to her new single Sleeping With The One I Love before passing any judgment. Video: Fantasia Performs With Patti LaBelle [...]
American Idol star Kree Harrison is finally delivering her debut album, and she's building momentum with the release of some pretty great singles. First, there was the feel-good "This Old Thing. And now, there's the smokey, rocking "Dead Man's House".
“The Idol” is based on the true story of Mohammed Assaf, the Palestinian singer who sneaked across borders, produced forged documents and generally defied the odds to win the second season of TV’s “Arab Idol.” The victory turned himShow More Summary
BABA XIGMADDA SCORES A COUP AGAINST 'NON-VIOLENT COLONIZATION' THROUGH NEGOTIATIONS WITH ALPHABET INC/ GOOGLE TO REFORMAT THE 'GODS OF IDOL WORSHIP' THAT THE COLONIZED HAVE BEEN CONDITIONED TO LATCH ONTO
Billy Idol gets it. When the ’80s-era MTV icon tapped Broncho to support him on tour in 2015, he must’ve known the Oklahoma band would get a fist pump or two from his audience. The group had recently released its excellent sophomoreShow More Summary
New York-based digital-pop outfit Anamanaguchi have shared "Miku," their collaboration with virtual Japanese pop idol Hatsune Miku. Listen below. The song was created by Anamanguchi in collaboration with Crypton Future Media, the company that created Miku. Show More Summary
Caught in the shadow of lost idols and shaken faith, pop is wanting some new soul. Now, Ostgut Ton might be the last place you’d expect to look for one of 2016’s great songwriting fixes. (“Singing along” and “Berghain” tend not to be uttered together.) And yet, here we are. Show More Summary
There’s an irresistible pull to the story of Mohammed Assaf, the Palestinian wedding singer who made his way from a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip to the TV screens of tens of millions of fans. The same can be said of “The Idol,” an uneven but charmingly earnest fictionalized account of Assaf’s...
Warner Horizon Television’s reliable juggernaut The Voice is one of the few reality competition shows that has managed to stand up to Emmy’s perennial winner The Amazing Race. It has actually snatched the statuette twice — something no show other than Race has managed since the inception of the category. Show More Summary
For a brief but dazzling period, from 1947 through 1949, Carol Reed was the director of the moment in the English-speaking world. Two of the films of that era, “Odd Man Out” and “The Third Man,” have been widely admired, but the third, 1948’s “The Fallen Idol,” has been more difficult to experience....
Hair idol and wise teen Zendaya is on the cover of Wonderland magazine this month, and despite some suggestive body language, she wants you to know that, no, she is not masturbating, thank you very much.After some commenters expressed concen, Zendaya took to Instagram to clear things up. “I see ... More »
The story of Mohammed Assaf, a pop singer from the Gaza Strip, is so improbable and uplifting that you’d swear a Hollywood studio had conceived of it as a sort of Middle Eastern spin on “Slumdog Millionaire.” But Assaf’s tale is indeed...Show More Summary
Custom specialist Luke Vicious has unveiled his latest collection, inspired by the effortless style of the women in Taipei. Featured are a series of unisex tees and one-off customs, each of which have been handcrafted by the artist. You can get a peek at the graphic styles above, as modeled by Lyena Chan and photographed by Allen […]
Reporter's note: This is part of a series featuring each new original show or movie debuting on YouTube Red. The subscription streaming service's first slate of originals launched in February. PLAYA VISTA, Calif. — "Why aren't people...Show More Summary