General Electric Co.'s CNBC cable network pulled a widely-advertised paid program from its weekend schedule because of concerns that the show improperly promoted stocks of three featured companies.
Helen Hayes, 92, whose onstage versatility and offstage generosity earned her the title "First Lady of the American Theater," died yesterday in the New York suburb of Nyack.
Parke Levy, who created the mother-in-law TV series "December Bride" and wrote and directed for the hit radio show "My Friend Irma," has died at age 84.
Michael Kanin, a playwright and screenwriter who shared an Oscar in 1942 for the Katharine Hepburn-Spencer Tracy film classic "Woman of the Year," has died at age 83.
Two members of the rap group "2 Pac" were arrested Saturday for allegedly assaulting a driver who protested their use of drugs in a limousine, police said.
Varujan Kojian, music director and conductor of the Santa Barbara Symphony, died March 4 at his Carpinteria home. He was 57.
A New York circus, a New Hampshire artists colony and a women's philharmonic in San Francisco were among the winners yesterday when the National Endowment for the Arts awarded 60 challenge grants to…
The harmony vocal quartet Boyz II Men's "End of the Road" was named R&B song of the year and the group won two other trophies at the 1993 Soul Train Music Awards Tuesday night. The suddenly…
Richard Sale, a novelist, screenwriter and director who frequently turned his novels, including "The Oscar" and "The White Buffalo," into films, died March 4 from complications of a stroke.
Kevin Costner, Whoopi Goldberg, Garth Brooks and the feature film "A Few Good Men" were double winners and the long-running hit series "Cheers" was given a "special tribute" at the 19th annual…