John Prine, an American legend folk songwriter, died of complications of COVID-19 on Tuesday, media reports said.
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In times of pandemic crisis and economic catastrophe, we look for words of encouragement.
In his more than two decades working as a paparazzi photographer, Giles Harrison has gone to some wild extremes to get the shots he wanted.
From the women’s movement in 1970s America, to World War II in Poland and England, television is coming to the entertainment rescue this week and next with a couple of big, new, sprawling productions capable of transporting viewers to other times and places.
Brooke Baldwin has joined Chris Cuomo on the roster of CNN on-air talent testing positive for the coronavirus.
Adam Schlesinger, whose slyly intellectual rock band Fountains of Wayne made him a cult favorite of pop connoisseurs and whose musical expertise led to behind-the-scenes songwriting work in film and television, died Wednesday from complications related to COVID-19.
Sounds of coughing and moaning throughout the room.
As many movie theater screens around the country go dark amid the coronavirus pandemic, John Watzke says his theater is doing just fine. In fact, business is booming for this time of year.
Roger Waters has postponed the highly anticipated This Is Not a Drill North American tour to 2021.
“Uncorked” opens with a scene of Elijah at work in a wine shop, suggesting wines to a comely customer with a variety of hip-hop analogies.
Concertgoing as we know it is on hold indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic, but artists are finding creative ways to stay visible.
SUNDAY: It’s time to return to Nonnatus House for the ninth season of “Call the Midwife.” In the opener, Dr. Turner and Nurse Crane must deal with an alarming outbreak of diphtheria. Also, Fred finds an abandoned baby in a dustbin. (8 p.m., PBS).
Need a break from all the grim pandemic news? Here’s a ray of light: The Fox network on Wednesday announced that it will present “The iHeart Living Room Concert for America.”
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has gone straight to the people to spread his stay-at-home message — the famous people, that is.