Category ‘news’

Sir Bruce Forsyth: TV fable dies aged 89

Media captionHow Brucie entertained us for decades Sir Bruce Forsyth, the maestro hostess and presenter of many successful TV shows, has died aged 89. The former Strictly Come Dancing horde had been indisposed for some time and was in hospital progressing this year after a serious chest infection. His prolonged career in showbusiness began when […]

Neil Finn is recording an manuscript live on Facebook

Crowded House star Neil Finn is mouth-watering fans to watch the origination of his new manuscript on Facebook. Every Friday in August, the singer-songwriter is streaming sessions live from his studio in Auckland, finish with a full choir and orchestra. The plan culminates on 25 August, when the whole manuscript will be available in one […]

Shakespeare’s Globe: Six ideas new boss Michelle Terry has for the theatre

Image copyright Sarah Lee Image caption New Shakespeare’s Globe artistic executive Michelle Terry has no directing experience There was a whole lot of play at the Globe in 2016, and not just on the stage. Emma Rice became the venue’s artistic executive last January, only to announce her depart 9 months after after a series […]

Trump, first lady to skip Kennedy Center Honors to equivocate "political distraction"

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump will lay out this year’s Kennedy Center Honors after several honorees pronounced they would protest a normal accepting at the White House forward of the Dec ceremony. “The President and First Lady have motionless not to attend in this year’s activities to concede the honorees to applaud but […]

Saturday Sessions: Iron & Wine performs "Thomas County Law"

August 19, 2017, 7:53 AM| Singer-songwriter Sam Beam, better famous as Iron Wine, is one of the many critically-acclaimed artists from the past 15 years. Beam started out as a film professor, essay and recording music in his home. In 2002, a demo got into the hands of Sub Pop Records and they sealed him […]

How does MoviePass work and will it hang around?

August 19, 2017, 7:47 AM| MoviePass is earnest a month’s worth of film tickets – for about the cost of a singular admission. Senior film and news editor for Variety, Brent Lang, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to plead how the pass works and what this could meant for the consumer, the company and the […]

A singular mom’s tour to culinary stardom with farming Maine’s Lost Kitchen

August 19, 2017, 8:37 AM| A one-room grill in farming Maine may be the many sought-after cooking reservation in the country. Every year at midnight on Apr 1, Erin French starts usurpation reservations for the Lost Kitchen. Every chair for the whole deteriorate is taken within hours. Jeff Glor reports.

John Mulaney on his start in comedy and doubtful Broadway success

August 19, 2017, 8:20 AM| Comedian and “Saturday Night Live” alum, John Mulaney, is holding a well-deserved mangle this August. The Emmy Award-winning author has just finished the first leg of a national stand-up debate and will hit the highway again next month. All that follows a successful run in an doubtful venue – the […]

Saturday Sessions: Iron & Wine performs "Call Your Boys"

August 19, 2017, 8:09 AM| Singer-songwriter Sam Beam, better famous as Iron Wine, is one of the many critically-acclaimed artists from the past 15 years. Beam started out as a film professor, essay and recording music in his home. In 2002, a demo got into the hands of Sub Pop Records and they sealed him […]

Dick Gregory, comedian who found amusement while opposed racism, passed at 84

Legendary comedian and polite rights idol Dick Gregory, who overcame a inequitable complement all the while marching for polite rights, has died, his family announced Saturday. He was 84. “It is with huge unhappiness that the Gregory family confirms that their father, comedic fable and polite rights romantic Mr. Dick Gregory over this earth tonight […]