Wizard Of Oz News
What to See and What to Skip in Washington, DC
With political winds shifting sharply, the spotlight is clearly on Washington, D.C ., this month. But no matter who occupies the White House, or who inhabits the halls of Congress, D.C.'s draw as a traveler's playground remains intact. A plethora of free attractions creates value in our nation's
Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds Documentary 'Bright Lights' Premieres on HBO
The documentary "Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds ," made a splash last year at the Cannes Film Festival and was meant to air for the first time on television this March. However, after the deaths of Fisher and Reynolds last Dec. 27 and 28, respectively, HBO moved up the TV
Damien Chazelle on Inspiration Behind His Magical Musical 'La La Land'
Director Damien Chazelle is only on his third film. But for the second year in a row, he's creating Oscar buzz with the new musical "La La Land." The film is about a musician, Sebastian, played by Ryan Gosling, and an actress, Mia, played by Emma Stone, who fall in love while on a quest to fulfill
Miranda Lambert's New Album Is a Soaring 'Double Dose of Heartbreak'
This week Miranda Lambert delivers a new double album, Bruno Mars celebrates the R&B of his youth, Metallica make a forceful return, Canadian singer Jane Siberry delivers her first proper album in five years and Throwing Muses’ Kristin Hersh releases her latest solo album as a book. It’s another
Smithsonian's National Museum of American History #KeepThemRuby Campaign Preserves the Magic of Dorothy's Slippers
There’s no place like home. The magic of Dorothy’s ruby slippers is fading and the famous shoes are in desperate need of repair. The National Museum of American History has launched a crowd sourcing campaign #KeepThemRuby to protect them in a state-of-the-art display case. In 1939 actress Judy
5 Ways the Clinton Camp Responded to the RNC
The RNC has been filled with nonstop attacks against Hillary Clinton . And in response, her campaign has been laying on the snark. The Clinton camp -- which has at least two dozen staffers in Cleveland for the week -- has been trolling the Republicans’ every move in real time, sending out press
Republican Convention Taking Cues From 'The Apprentice' and Trump's Reality Show Past
CLEVELAND -- Years before he officially became the Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump was known best by people outside New York as host of " The Apprentice ." Now he’s showing that he can bring elements of the showmanship on display in the hit reality series to political conventions.
Mike Pence: Everything You Need to Know
Name: Michael Richard "Mike" Pence Party: Republican Date of Birth: June 7, 1959 Age: 57 What He Does Now: 50th governor of Indiana (elected 2012, inaugurated 2013). State law bars him from seeking reelection and running for vice president at the same time. What He Used to Do: From 2001 to 2013,
Limo Driver Stops on Brooklyn Bridge to Save Tiny Dog
A limousine came to a halt on the Brooklyn Bridge after the driver noticed a small pup on the loose. Garrick Quinones, 52, owner of Limousine of New York in Staten Island, said he was on his way to pick up a passenger earlier this month when he saw a dog run underneath a moving car on the bridge.