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The Global Citizen Festival Will Be Livestreamed on Twitter

The Global Citizen Festival in New York's Central Park Sept. 23 will be livestreamed on Twitter. Tickets to the music festival can only be obtained by "taking a series of actions to effect change around the world." This year's headliners are Stevie Wonder, Green Day, The Killers, The Lumineers and The Chainsmokers, and there will...

Patti Smith celebrating new book 'Devotion' in NYC tonight

Patti Smith has been having a busy past few days in NYC. She played the Mother! premiere at Radio City and then played Central Park the next day with surprise guest Michael Stipe. She's got another event in NYC tonight... Continue reading…

Photo Sunday: Open House

Since I’m reviewing The Fountainhead, I thought this was highly appropriate to photograph. It’s an art exhibit in Central Park called Open House, consisting of baroque concrete chairs, sofas and arches that are duplicates of those that once adorned a famous Gilded Age ballroom. Ayn Rand’s modernist hero Howard Roark, with his insistence that anything […]

Why Comedy Central’s Ratings Surged

Comedy Central saw a big jump in viewership during the week of Sept. 6-13, with the network attributing the increase to its eight-day “South Park” marathon. The marathon grew the network’s ratings by 27% in adults 18-49 and 46% in.....

‘South Park’ Marathon Helps Season 21 Premiere To Strong Ratings

Comedy Central’s South Park marathon — the eight-day wall-to-wall run of over 250 episodes from September 6-13 — was up 21% vs the same period a year ago. Helped in no small part by the marathon, the Wednesday Season 21 South Park premiere,...Show More Summary

Theme Park Bits: Florida Parks Post-Irma, Halloween Events Are Here, ‘The IT Experience’ Relocates

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Central Florida’s theme parks get back on their feet after Hurricane Irma. Disney’s California Adventure is joining the Halloween festivities this year. The season of scares also begins at Universal with Halloween Horror Nights. Show More Summary

Ken Burns Hates Being Considered a Brand, Unless It Convinces People to See His New Doc, ‘The Vietnam War’

For four decades, Ken Burns has reigned as the king of documentary filmmakers, with an unparalleled resume that includes Baseball, The Civil War, The Central Park Five and Jazz. Now he's unveiling another masterpiece that ranks with the best of them: The Vietnam War, a 10-part, 18-hour film he co-directed with Lynn Novick, which premieres...

Construction begins on 206-unit luxury apartment complex at Central Park Village

The next phase at the Central Park Village mix-use development now has a builder, a name and an expected completion date. Construction has started on the 206-unit luxury apartment complex at the former site of the Brea Community Hospital, which was demolished in 2006. The apartments will be a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom […]

Mother of 3 Injured by Falling Tree in Central Park to Sue for $200 Million

Anne Monoky was walking with her three sons when a 75-foot-tall tree suddenly fell and landed on top of the family on Aug. 15.

South Park's Season Premiere Got Fans Riled Up, But Not How Anybody Expected

South Park returned to Comedy Central for Season 21 with a full episode of its trademark irreverent humor. That said, fans were riled up by a very unexpected aspect of the premiere.

‘South Park’ proved it’s still relevant with a caustic response to white supremacists and Charlottesville

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21 years on from its premiere, South Park proved it can still be relevant. The Comedy Central animation opened its 21st season Wednesday night with a pointed political message that alluded to the rise of the alt-right, white supremacists and the violent protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, in...

‘South Park’ spoofs white nationalists, digital assistants — and Kendrick Lamar

“SOUTH PARK” is accustomed to triggering public sensitivities. What even the Comedy Central series is not used to setting off, though, is its viewers’ own devices. Trey Parker and Matt Stone kicked off their 21st season Wednesday with an episode titled, “White People Renovating Houses,” that alludes to last month’s Charlottesville protests. In South Park, […]

'South Park' is triggering people's Amazon Alexas and it's seriously NSFW

Comedy Central's satirical and politically incorrect series "South Park" is back, and this time it's messing with people IRL.  SEE ALSO: South Park game's difficulty will be based on your skin color in a bold-ass move Fans watching the...Show More Summary

Mom hit by Central Park tree ‘will never be 100% again’

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A mother of three remains bedridden and can’t walk to the bathroom on her own after a tree fell on her in Central Park, her lawyers said.

South Park Grows Up At 21 With Subtle (!) Swipe At White Supremacists

NB: This review contains spoilers. Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s season 21 of South Park started up tonight on Comedy Central with what, in relative terms, might be described as a subtle takedown of white supremacists. When a screaming...Show More Summary

Huntington Beach police investigating complaints that officers illegally discharged fireworks early July 5, official says

HUNTINGTON BEACH – An investigation into community complaints of Huntington Beach police officers setting off illegal fireworks over a neighborhood east of Central Park in the early morning hours of July 5 appears to be at the center of a dispute between the city’s police chief and the police officers union, the Register has learned. In recent […]

Watch Patti Smith Perform “People Have The Power” On Fallon

On Thursday night, Patti Smith is performing at Central Park SummerStage in a special tribute concert honoring her late husband Fred "Sonic" Smith, but before that she stopped by Jimmy Fallon yesterday. She performed her 1988 song "People Have the Power," which she co-wrote with Fred. She was accompanied by Questlove and her children Jackson…

Woman 'Completely Immobilized' By Falling Central Park Tree Plans $200 Million Lawsuit

The woman who was critically injured when a massive tree fell on her and her children in Central Park last month is "completely immobilized," according to her attorneys, who are planning a $200 million lawsuit against the city. Lawyer...Show More Summary

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