Broadway's biggest night is approaching, as the 2012 Tony nominations were announced Tuesday morning at the New York Public Library for Performing Arts in New York City by GCB star Kristin Chenoweth and The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons.
Today Google released the idea of their new take on "augmented reality," a technology called Project Glass, which refers to a pair of sleekly designed glasses with a horizontal head-mount that displays information currently available on most smartphones, including the new Siri.
It's about time that country singing sensation Taylor Swift stopped being surprised by sweeping Awards Ceremonies. Swift, 22, took home Entertainer of the Year, the biggest award of the evening at Wednesday night's 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas.
Bluegrass Banjoist Earl Scruggs died at age 88 on Wednesday of natural cause in Nashville, Tennessee. Scruggs was born in Shelby, North Carolina, and picked up the banjo when he was only a child. He adopted a signature three-finger picking style, instead of the usual two, which helped him play faster, according to the Wall Street Journal.
A tragic thing happens to some of our favorite comedians. They cease being funny. The symptoms usually appear as they begin to age. Often, it becomes noticeably more apparent when they first become parents and censorship actually starts to sound like a good idea.
Music legend Little Richard took the stage on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol Monday night to perform with the Million Dollar Quartet during the Independence Day Celebration, which was hosted by actor Jimmy Smits and aired live on PBS for the 30th year in a row.
Next year’s Academy Awards have been pushed forward to their original time slot of late February. The announcement was made on Thursday by Oscar organizers and puts the 2011 Oscars a week earlier than the 2010 awards show, which was pushed back to avoid conflicting with the Winter Olympics.