Wednesday April 16, 2014


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Phillip Hayes Dean, who wrote 'Paul Robeson' and 'The Sty of the Blind Pig,' dies at 83

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Phillip Hayes Dean, a playwright, director and theatre actor who wrote the one-man play "Paul Robeson" starring James Earl Jones on Broadway in 1978, died Monday in Los Angeles from a heart condition, according to a family ...

posted: April 16,2014


Gord Downie, the Sadies' joint release the result of a long, long collaboration

TORONTO - After Gord Downie and the Sadies formed a makeshift band together, Downie remembers their first gig two years ago with a certain fond nostalgia: they were "beautifully miscast" at the country music festival Boots & Hearts, taking ...

'Orphan Black' writers know how show will end, says Jordan Gavaris

TORONTO - As "Orphan Black" heads into its second season Saturday, it seems the writers behind Space's hit sci-fi series already know how the Canadian cloning saga will wrap....

Fox News Channel to premiere 'Outnumbered,' with 1 male, 4 female panelists, on April 28

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Fox News Channel says it's launching a weekday program called "Outnumbered," featuring four female panelists and one male panelist....

Rocker Mellencamp again unhappy with Wisconsin Gov. Walker's choice of music for campaign

MADISON, Wis. - Liberal rocker John Mellencamp wants conservative Republican Gov. Scott Walker to know he supports union rights and says Walker should think about that before using his songs on the campaign trail....

Neil Young raises $6 million in Kickstarter campaign for music player PonoMusic

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Neil Young has raised more than $6 million through a Kickstarter campaign to fund the singer-songwriter's digital music project PonoMusic....

Jenny McCarthy announces engagement to Donnie Wahlberg on 'The View'

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Jenny McCarthy had big news to share Wednesday on "The View": She's engaged to Donnie Wahlberg....

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