Dudamel to become NY Philharmonic music director, leave LA
Gustavo Dudamel will become music director of the New York Philharmonic for the 2026-27 season, ending a tenure with the Los Angeles Philharmonic that began in 2009
2 hours ago - ABC News - 4 articles
Plans shared for Charlotte's new 'Brevard District'
The reimagined entertainment area would center around the future transit hub, Hornets practice facility, and Spectrum Center.
12 hours ago - WRAL
13 New Books Coming in February
A salty historical romp, two deep dives into the entertainment industry, a handful of memoirs and Salman Rushdie's much-anticipated new novel, “Victory City.”
12 hours ago - NY Times
Kari Lake Says She's 'Entertaining' Major Run if She Loses Election Case
Lake is trying to get the 2022 Arizona gubernatorial election result overturned in court.
14 hours ago - Newsweek
WGN at 75: The impact of Channel 9 on Eddie Olczyk
CHICAGO - Of all of the viewers of Channel 9 over the past 75 years, his perspective is the most interesting. Like many, Eddie Olczyk grew up watching WGN-TV, watching a...
20 hours ago - WGN TV
Anticipating security needs for a Bears stadium in Arlington Heights, village police and fire brass visit stadium venues in LA, Vegas and Dallas to observe first responders
Arlington Heights fire and police officials visited stadiums in major cities to see how emergency response coverage gets handled. The visit is in anticipation of the Bears...
1 day ago - Chicago Tribune - 2 articles
Viola Davis joined these EGOT winners at the 2023 Grammy Awards
Prestigious EGOT winners are entertainers who have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and a Tony Award.
1 day ago - New York Post - 2 articles
Grammys best and worst: Beyonce makes history, Aaron Carter snubbed
We laughed, we cried, we cringed - the 65th annual Grammy awards proved to be a spin cycle of entertainment highs and lows.
1 day ago - New York Post
Former First Lady Michelle Obama To Launch Podcast Inspired By Memoir ‘The Light We Carry'
Former First Lady Michelle Obama 's New York Times best-selling book The Light We Carry has sparked empowering dialogue about the power of perseverance in the midst of...
2 days ago - News One
These industries will most likely see layoffs + how to save your job
Tech and media layoffs have gotten the most headlines lately. But combined, the two high-profile industries account for only about 5% of U.S. employment, according to the U.S...
3 days ago - WGN TV
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Ex-officer texted photo of Tyre Nichols to others: Memphis Police
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - One of the fired former police officers accused in the Tyre Nichols beating allegedly took a photo of Nichols as he lay on the street, and sent it to six other...
Bed Bath & Beyond closes stores and raises $1 billion to stave off bankruptcy
The company said Tuesday it raised $1 billion through an offering of preferred stock and warrants in a last-ditch effort to stave off bankruptcy.
UofL Health expanding mental health services to reach more patients
UofL Health is expanding it behavioral health services to reach more patients.
WATCH: High school basketball player shatters backboard
The slam dunk put the game on pause.
Des Moines Public Schools and Drake University announce new stadium name
Mediacom Stadium will be the new name!
Gretna Crossing Park opening grows closer, naming rights approved
The $55 million, 155-acre park is set to open in September
Omaha bar's liquor license revoked for second time under new ownership
Shawn English appeared Tuesday morning before the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission, hoping to continue operations at 3's Lounge in Florence.
Pentagon says China rebuffed request for a phone call after balloon shoot down
In a sign of continued tense relations, the U.S. says China declined the request for a phone call between top defense officials (Image credit: Roslan Rahman/AFP via Getty Images)
Jurors hear about blue rain jacket in Alex Murdaugh double murder trial
A law enforcement agent testified that she found a large amount of gunshot residue inside the jacket and said it was consistent with either firing a gun while wearing it inside...
Syria Says U.S. 'Politicizes' Earthquake After Refusal to Send Aid to Assad
Syria's U.N. Mission told Newsweek that the U.S. was "bragging about providing billions of dollars," while also "looting and plundering the Syrian resources."