“This is a GRAMMY moment that millions of us have been waiting for,” Beyonce said. “This performance marks the return of a man that was born to make music.” She wasn’t lying. Justin Timberlake took […]
The GRAMMYs are officially underway, but Karson and Kennedy from Mix 104.1 in Boston have been busy for hours critiquing the red carpet. Of course, they found a few looks that caught their eyes. Rihanna went for old school glamour […]
Time to break out his suit and tie: music’s biggest night just added Justin Timberlake to the lineup. The six-time GRAMMY Award winner is set to perform at the 55th annual GRAMMY Awards. His first […]
Welcome to Jukebox Jury, our new music debate show where experts face off and a jury of fans decides the winner. THE CASE: Justin Timberlake may have dropped his big comeback single “Suit & Tie,” […]
The original social network is getting a brand new look. KYW Social Media Editor Melony Roy has the details on the “new” Myspace.
The effective double play combination in this baseball-themed drama is an edgy father-daughter relationship and another old-vs.-new debate about our national pastime.
Vidal Davis is one-half of the dynamic, Grammy-winning producing duo Dre & Vidal. The pair has played a significant role in keeping Philly’s name on the musical map.
There aren’t many films of a spectacular nature on this week’s video list.
The Federal Communications Commission is now considering whether to appeal a federal court ruling yesterday that CBS cannot be fined for Janet Jackson’s notorious “wardrobe malfunction” during the 2004 Super Bowl.
“Puss in Boots” took in an estimated $34 million, good enough for first place.
Benjamin Franklin said it first: “Time is money.” Well, here’s a movie that applies that truism literally.
Johnny Depp is back on DVD with another installment of Pirates of the Caribbean — this one subtitled On Stranger Tides.
Gee, what do you think happens?
The easily offended should cut class and steer clear, while seekers of the outrageous may want to grab a desk near the front of the classroom.
What will moviegoers be looking forward to, flocking to, then fleeing from or returning to, on theatre screens between now and late August?