One of the Montgomery, New York, students who were sent home for showing up on "Senior Celebrity Day" dressed as Kiss is speaking out — saying administrators feared that violence would erupt in school.
Ke$ha entered rehab January 3 to battle an eating disorder, and it appears the treatment was successful. The singer tweeted that she's "happy to be back," using her newly-christened Twitter account, @Kesharose, to post the message. Her previous Twitter handle had been the less-than-positive "keshasuxx."
In the modern day, many musicians and other celebrities have embraced social media as a way to connect with their fan base. But not Kirk Hammett. In a new interview, the Metallica guitarist discussed, in no uncertain terms, why he avoids all of the myriad Internet-based platforms open to him.
30 Seconds to Mars has won several MTV Video Music Awards, but frontman Jared Leto can now say that he's an Oscar winner. The singer/actor took home the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor Sunday night for his role as Rayon, an HIV-positive transgendered woman, in Dallas Buyers Club.
Spring has sprung, and so have a whole new crop of new streaming titles on Netflix Instant. Don't spend too much time outside enjoying the pleasant weather — there's plenty to keep you occupied indoors. Check out our guide to the best new Netflix Instant releases hitting the service in March 2014.
Spring has sprung, but don't spend all your time frolicking outdoors — there's plenty of great films heading to the theater in March to make you want to spend a little time inside, too. From epic action to young adult excitement, from the Muppets to car chases, there's something for everyone this month. Read on for our guide to the new movie releases hitting theaters in March 2014.
Spring is in the air, and we know you've love to spend all your time outside, but there's plenty of reasons to hang out inside, too: take all the great movies heading to DVD and Blu-ray this month, for instance. Read on for our guide to the best new DVD and Blu-ray releases hitting the shelves in March 2014.
After waiting decades for a major sports championship, thousands of Seattleites took to the streets as fireworks popped, horns blared and flags waved following the decisive Super Bowl win by the Seahawks.