This week a piece of childhood nostalgia is coming back, the Daytime Emmy’s went PG-13, and there was some good news for one of our favorite comedians.
Last night (June 25) Jay Z and Beyoncé played a show in Miami sayin’ “how the hell did this s–t happen, oh baby.” It was the premiere of their co-headlining On The Run tour, which has been criticized as both a perfunctory cash-grab for the celebrity couple and the must-see blockbuster event of the summer. Fans were delighted by a few marquee moments, most notably the reveal of the couple’s wedding footage when has never previously been released, and an extremely long setlist. When you’ve got that many hits, why not play them all.
Three D.C. restaurants and three Maryland restaurants have made Open Table’s list of the “top 100 neighborhood gems in America.”
The news, the blogs, the stories, the rumors surrounding Jackson can’t topple something like ‘Bad’ or ‘Thriller’ or The Moonwalk or “Got To Be Starting Something.” Nonetheless, here are some of the biggest, most sensational stories around Michael, fives years after his death.
Bill Maher declared that President Barack Obama is a “drop-dead atheist” while he appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Monday night.
The National Park Service says it has reached an agreement with the Smithsonian Institution to keep the annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival on the National Mall.
The Supreme Court ruled Aereo has to pay broadcasters when it takes television programs from the airwaves and allows subscribers to watch them on smartphones and other portable devices.
Attorneys for singer Chris Brown and prosecutors have been unable to reach a plea agreement in his assault case in Washington.
The Queen toured the Belfast, Northern Ireland set of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and met several of the actors.
When singer Chris Brown was moved from a Los Angeles jail to Washington for what was to have been the start of his trial on an assault charge, the cost to taxpayers was more than $4,000.