This week, Mother Monster got engaged and a rap mogul got a little confused.
The Angel’s of Victoria’s Secret are back with a brand new TV special.
The actor who played Samuel “Screech” Powers on the early 90s show “Saved by the Bell” pleaded not guilty to stabbing a man. Dustin Diamond appeared in court Thursday in Wisconsin.
Radio.com profile all five nominees for Best Actress at the 2015 Academy Awards.
The 2015 pilot season has started, and CBS has already ordered plenty of new dramas and comedies
The Oscars are often a den of crazy, from rambling speeches and mangled names to some truly terrible host routines. But do you remember Sacheen Littlefeather? Or the streaker?
The Tony Award-winning musical “Pippin” is now playing at the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Minneapolis. The circus-inspired show won four Tonys in 2013, including Best Musical Revival. The original 1972 Broadway production was directed and choreographed by the legendary Bob Fosse.
Daniel Bryan, former WWE champion and current contender, looks back at Royal Rumble and ahead to WrestleMania.
Of the eight films nominated for Best Picture at the 2015 Oscars, only one was a blockbuster. In case you missed some of them, here’s our take on all of them.
More Oscar stuff this week, as you might have expected. And among the offerings are some fresh nominee screenings. One of the most exciting is that of Timbuktu, which is nominated for a best foreign film Oscar.
The Twin Cities theatre community is mourning the death of a beloved member and icon this week. Don Stolz died Saturday at the age of 97. He was best known as the guiding force behind the Old Log Theatre, which he bought in 1946.
A Minnesota woman hopes her coaching pays off for Julianne Moore, who is nominated for an Oscar for her performance in the film “Still Alice.” In the movie, Moore plays the role of a woman with early onset Alzheimer’s disease. Moore reached out to Sandy Oltz, of Stearns County. Oltz also suffers from the disease.
New York Times media columnist David Carr died of complications from metastatic lung cancer, according to autopsy results released Saturday. Julie Bolcer, a spokeswoman for the New York City medical examiner’s office, said the autopsy shows heart disease also contributed to his death.
Minnesota filmmakers are being invited to submit entries to a new shorts program at this year’s ReelAbilities Film Festival Minneapolis-St. Paul. The festival is looking for films by or about people with disabilities that explore and celebrate diversity. Minnesota filmmakers of all abilities are welcome.
While fashion has managed to remain the focal point of New York Fashion Week, there are still a few key events that grabbed everyone’s attention.
Apparently, Minnesota’s up all night to get lucky … and listen to “Get Lucky.” A lot. As reported by our sister station 104.1 JACK-FM, Minnesota’s favorite musical act during the last year was none other than the French house duo Daft Punk.
This week, an acclaimed rapper wasn’t pleased with a GRAMMY decision and a late night staple will be looking for a new host soon.
To call Beloved Sisters a romantic, historical epic about a threesome with a German poet is wrong. While the scenes are set gorgeously, with meticulously detailed costumes and props, and the story centers on the possible love life of the monumental Friedrich Schiller, there lacks a certain something when the characters’ passions flare and fists meet the table. The silverware rattles, but not much else.
A movie coming out this Valentine’s weekend has a lot of people talking, and whispering.”50 Shades of Grey” is based on a book series about a sexual relationship between a man and woman. One local group is taking a national stand against the film. The Minnesota Child Protection League has turned their website into a pledge site.
The official after-party for the Grammy Awards was a tribute concert for Stevie Wonder, airing Monday, Feb. 16th.
The Minnesota History Center is opening a new exhibit on Saturday: Modern Spirit: The Art of George Morrison, which will remain open until April 26. This is the first comprehensive retrospective exhibit of an important American artist.
The Minnesota Orchestra will be the first U.S. orchestra to perform in Cuba since the recent push to reestablish diplomatic relations, the orchestra announced Thursday.
It needs to be someone who can poke fun at a presidential election, but who also understands what’s at stake in an election.
Jon Stewart will be stepping down from his post as anchor of “The Daily Show” later this year, Comedy Central announced Tuesday.
Sony and Marvel/Disney are finally bringing Spider-Man and the Avengers back together.
“Birdman” was the top winner at the 2015 Academy Awards, winning best picture and best director. “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and “Whiplash” also earned multiple awards.
Forget the Patriots, ignore the Seahawks. The REAL competition this year is between Drew Carey, Pepper, Faulkner and the rest of the starting lineup for Puppy Bowl XI. See them all here!
The 2015 Oscar Nominations were announced Thursday morning, including lots of nominations for “Boyhood,” “Birdman,” and “The Imitation Game.” See all the contenders in the top categories here.
The stars came out in full force at the 2015 Golden Globes, and some brought A-game glamour to the red carpet while others chose duds that were … well, duds.