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Late director Jonathan Demme's best known films
Jonathan Demme leaves behind a huge and diverse body of work that reflects his eye for uniquely American characters, his love for rock and roll and his compassion for social injustice. The 73-year-old Oscar-winning director died early this morning of complications from esophageal cancer, ABC News
Judy Garland, Richard Pryor, David Bowie, The Eagles, N.W.A and more added to National Recording Registry
If there's one song you'd think would already be in the National Recording Registry, it's Judy Garland 's classic take on "Over the Rainbow" from "The Wizard of Oz." That song is one of 25 recordings the Library of Congress has added to its registry because of their "cultural, artistic and
State of Emergency Declared in Charlotte After Second Night Of Violence
"The View" co-hosts discuss the violence that erupted overnight in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Britney Spears, De La Soul, Carly Rae Jepsen and More Music Reviews
This week we listen to Britney Spears’ latest, hip-hop legends De La Soul release their first album in 11 years, Carly Rae Jepsen releases eight songs that didn’t make it onto her “Emotion” album in honor of that album’s first anniversary, Ingrid Michaelson releases a brand new album, members of
Smithsonian Exhibits Personal Items of Artists Jackson Pollock and Frida Kahlo
ABC News' Serena Marshall takes us behind the scenes at the Smithsonian Institution.
Showtime Teases Spike Lee-Directed Michael Jackson Documentary
A brief preview of the new Spike Lee-directed documentary, " Michael Jackson 's Journey from Motown to Off the Wall," has premiered online at Showtime 's official YouTube channel. The clip includes footage of Michael Jackson in concert with The Jacksons in 1979 and 1981, as well as commentary from
Music Reviews: The Latest From Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, Tweedy, Lenny Kravitz and More
This week we get a full-length album from the unlikely duo of Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy joins forces with his young son as “Tweedy,” Lenny Kravitz offers up his latest, The Strokes’ Julian Casablancas releases his second solo record and debuts a new back-up band the Voidz,
Born to Dance: The Breakdancing Kid
Twelve-year-old Jalen Testerman balances school, practice before big breakdancing competition.
Kevin Costner Steps in NFL GM's Shoes for 'Draft Day'
The actor plays the general manager of the Cleveland Browns in his new film.
Government Reopens, Obama Says DC Must Change
U.S. president says Americans are 'fed up' with political brinkmanship inside the nation's capitol.