Cirque Du Soleil News
Rick Perry Eliminated From 'DWTS' but Bromance With Vanilla Ice Will 'Last the Rest of My Lifetime'
Rick Perry and his professional partner Emma Slater are the second couple to be eliminated on " Dancing With the Stars " this season. “I have no regrets,” Perry told ABC News after he was dismissed from the dance floor. “Man, I walked into this not knowing how to dance. This has been a great
A Torch Is Passed at National Tour of 'The Curious Incident'
The national tour of the hit play "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" is being led by a young actor from Vermont with a special tie to the Tony Award-winner who played his part when the show was on Broadway
Coastal Carolina, Arizona defy expectations to reach CWS finals
OMAHA, Neb. -- If back in January, or heck, even in April, you were predicting that the College World Series would end with a West Coast vs. Southeast best-of-three-games College World Series finals, then you weren't alone. But if you try to claim that back in January, or heck, even a week ago, the
Off-Season Picks for Cheap Summer Getaways
A trip to the shore or amusement park may be the quintessential summer vacation, but those popular choices can be expensive, crowded, and a lot less fun in reality than one's imagination. For travelers open to counterintuitive thinking, there are amazing off-season vacation picks around the world.
Backstage at La Nouba at Walt Disney World
La Nouba by Cirque du Soleil at Walt Disney World 's Disney Springs has been going strong since 1998. But even visitors who have seen the show haven't seen it all. Notable new additions to the show include the B-Boys, a world-famous breakdancing act, and the Aerial Bamboo routine, a love story told
Officials: North Carolina must show proof of discrimination-free zone, or lose NCAA tournament games
The North Carolina cities of Greensboro and Charlotte must prove to the NCAA how each site will provide a discrimination-free zone in their respective arenas, or risk losing hosting privileges for the NCAA tournament's first and second rounds in 2017 and 2018, multiple NCAA officials told ESPN on
North Carolina Faces Growing Pressure to Repeal 'Anti-LGBT' Bill
A recent federal appeals court ruling on a transgender student’s lawsuit against a Virginia public school could put extra pressure on North Carolina's governor and lawmakers to repeal House Bill 2, criticized as "the most anti- LGBT bill in the country." It was signed into law by Gov. Patrick
Sir George Martin, Famed Beatles Producer, Dead at 90
Sir George Martin, the producer who some called "the Fifth Beatle" for his contributions to the Fab Four's sound, has died at age 90 Martin's management group confirmed his death in a statement to ABC News early Wednesday. "We can confirm that Sir George Martin passed away peacefully at home
Sting Will Perform at the NBA All-Star Game
There will be more entertainment at the NBA All-Star Game than just basketball. The NBA announced this morning that Sting will headline the halftime show and Cirque du Soleil will kick off the night with a show prior to the game. Both performances are part of part of the NBA All-Star Entertainment
Jerusalem Revelers Celebrate Purim
Israeli police have cleared the site of the suspected terrorist attack this morning at a light rail station in east Jerusalem –- and revelers celebrating the Jewish holiday of Purim are out in force by this afternoon. Secular teenagers donned wigs and threw fraternity-style street parties, setting