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Demi Lovato Mourns Death of Friend: 'Addiction is No Joke'
PopUps: Bieber Comments on Singer Cody Simpson's Package, Suggests Double Date
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PopUps: Bieber Comments on Singer Cody Simpson's Package, Suggests Double Date

Demi Lovato Mourns Death of Friend: 'Addiction is No Joke'

Justin Bieber suggested a double date with his pal Cody Simpson, who is dating Miley Cyrus, before leaving a remark about the Australian singer's package.

 Betty Buckley Opens Segerstrom Center's Cabaret Series This Thursday

Betty Buckley Opens Segerstrom Center's Cabaret Series This Thursday

Oct 15
Four Broadway stunners from stage and screen are set to light up the stages at the Segerstrom Center from October 2019 through April of 2020, beginning this Thursday with Betty Buckley.

 Review :: Composer Max Ritcher Kicks Off October Tour with Entrancing Concert

Review :: Composer Max Ritcher Kicks Off October Tour with Entrancing Concert

By Kevin Taft | Oct 15
Composer Max Richter is one of the most unique musicians of this century. Working as a classical composer with electronic elements and also a prolific film composer, Richter has entranced audiences of all types for decades.

Meet the Playwright Behind a 'Deeply Raw Space' on Broadway

Meet the Playwright Behind a 'Deeply Raw Space' on Broadway

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 15
Playwright Jeremy O. Harris has a rule that he doesn't cry in public. He broke that rule the night Rihanna attended his Broadway debut.

Felicity Huffman Starts Serving Prison Time in College Scam

Felicity Huffman Starts Serving Prison Time in College Scam

Oct 15
"Desperate Housewives" star Felicity Huffman reported Tuesday to a U.S. prison in California to serve a two-week sentence in a college admissions scandal, a representative said.

NYFF57 Part Two: Big, Bold, Brave Cinema that Speak to our Times

NYFF57 Part Two: Big, Bold, Brave Cinema that Speak to our Times

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 15
The story of the New York Film Festival 57 may very well end up being the unique and diverse stories being told in bold, imaginative and divisive ways, each commenting on our current divided culture.