Folk singer-songwriter, actor and club manager Gil Robbins died on Tuesday in Esteban Cantu, Mexico. He was 80.
Neither fish nor fowl, documentary yoga satire "Kumare" raises a host of questions it can't answer.
A heartbreakingly lived-in portrait of three Afghanistan-bound soldiers from the same tiny Michigan town.
Country singer Mel McDaniel, who had a string of hits in the 1980s, died on Thursday after a fight with cancer. He was 68.
A relentlessly manic high-school horror-comedy that will leave most viewers winded after the first reel.
Performing rights org ASCAP released its final 2010 financial results at its annual general membership meeting in New York on Wednesday.
A perplexing slice-of-life that should serve as a calling card for its talented if wildly intemperate director, Alex Munt.
As a fan-friendly valentine to an enduringly popular group it should nonetheless play well to the faithful.
Performing rights organization BMI has promoted Michael Steinberg to senior vice president of licensing, the org announced today.
A raucous, eye-opening, sad and unexpectedly wise look at veteran punk rockers as they adapt to the challenges of fatherhood.
Ralph Mooney, the pioneering steel guitar player who recorded and toured with Waylon Jennings for two decades, died on Sunday night from complications of cancer in Kennedale, Texas. He was 82.