Nominations for the 19th annual People's Choice Awards were announced yesterday. The top vote-getters were determined by a Gallup Poll of more than 5,000 people nationwide.
Arrested Development, a group of newcomers based in Atlanta, and the female sensation En Vogue led nominees for 1993 Soul Train Music Awards, which were announced yesterday.
Hank Werba, 79, Variety's Rome bureau chief for 25 years and most recently bureau chief for Moving Picture Intl., died Jan. 29 in Rome of a heart attack.
Connie Chung's invitation to speak at a banquet here Friday was withdrawn after organizers of a boycott over Colorado's anti-gay rights amendment criticized her decision to attend.
Casey Kasem, radio's Top 40 "King of the Countdowns," has signed a new contract with the Westwood One Companies that will keep him on the air into the 21st century.
Joseph Anthony, an actor and director who once had four hits on Broadway simultaneously, died Jan. 20.
The 20th annual American Music Awards were distributed among diverse styles, with multiple honors going to Billy Ray Cyrus, Mariah Carey, Reba McEntire, Boyz II Men and Pearl Jam.
Universal's "Scent of a Woman" caught a whiff of Oscar glory Saturday at the 50th Golden Globes, taking three prizes including best drama and best actor for Al Pacino, while ABC's "Roseanne" and…
Guy Bonson Hemric, 61, who wrote lyrics for "Beach Blanket Bingo" and other beach movies starring Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon, died Jan. 10 of cancer.
L'Ermitage Hotel in Beverly Hills, a hangout for celebrities and rich wanderers, was bought for about $ 12 million by a New York-based investment partnership, La Hotel Properties.