This week soul and gospel legend Mavis Staples returns with a new album produced by M. Ward, Rick Springfield tries his hand at country-flavored rock, art-rockers Animal Collective break a four-year silence, Ra Ra Riot continue to aim for a mainstream cross-over, electro quartet TEEN issues a truly
Thirty years ago today, " The Golden Girls " premiered on television. The series, starring Estelle Getty , Bea Arthur , Betty White and Rose McClanahan as four women sharing a Miami home, was an instant hit -- and eventually won all four of its stars Emmys. "It was so exciting to be with four
Maybe they're not on the cover of Star magazine every week. Maybe Hollywood executives aren't banging down their doors. Maybe they're not even alive anymore. No matter. They're getting a ton of love from the Internet, in the form of digital works of art that pair them with elements both
'Blanche Devereaux' Actress Dies, Leaving Betty White as the Last 'Golden Girl' Standing
Two pop culture icons were missing from the Oscars' Sunday night tribute to stars who passed away in 2009: "Charlie's Angel" Farrah Fawcett and "Golden Girl" Bea Arthur. Although both actresses may be best known for their roles on TV, their career highlights include prominent films. Fawcett won ...
As you flip through the TV channels this time of year, you can't help but be bombarded with holiday specials. But amid the better known and oft-aired "A Charlie Brown Christmas" and "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," there is a lesser known but still treasured holiday jewel: the "Star Wars Holiday
With Rare Playoff Berth, Cubs -- Last Champs in 1908 -- Believe Anything Can Happen
Love him or hate him, Perez Hilton's not going away. Today, with the release of "Red Carpet Suicide: A Survival Guide to Keeping Up With the Hiltons," the infamous celebrity blogger (real name: Mario Lavandeira) turns bona fide author, his smug mug gracing book shelves across the country. Hilton's
Bea Arthur , 86 -- Tony and Emmy Award-winning actress. J.G. Ballard , 78 -- Novelist, "Empire of the Sun." Ray Nance , 94 -- A D-Day survivor who was the last survivor of the Bedford Boys, whose heavy casualties came to symbolize the loss of American life at Normandy. "I was the only one who
Eliza Browning, ABC News, London The Guards at Buckingham Palace are not camera-shy; they’re used to being photographed by the millions of tourists who visit the palace gates each year. But donning designer duds could be surprising for even the...