The New York Post, the zesty tabloid that thrived on adversity, faced a bleak future as Rupert Murdoch and unions failed to come to terms and he dropped his bid to buy it.
Palestinians watched last week as a key sign of emerging political autonomy -- an independent TV station -- went on the air.
Last week…$ 203,500,000 1992…$ 132,100,000 1991…$ 152,500,000 Year to date…$ 2,450,500,000 *1992…$ 2,268,600,000 1991…$ 2,365,300,000 * one week less
"YOU CAN TRAIN the audience to behave the way you want them to," country music singer Aaron Tippin asserts. "If you want them to go crazy, you go crazy on stage. Most performers think they feed off…
Winners and losers of the U.S. summer B.O. season are venturing overseas with roughly the same success rate -- although there have been some surprising reversals.
Britain's Moody Blues will sing the quintessential American song "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" during the opening montage of CBS' telecast of Major League Baseball's All Star Game Tuesday night.
Of all the wondrous things mankind has tried to understand through the centuries, the apparent lack of a relationship between a film's box office performance and the success of its accompanying album…
Ticket sales for L.A. Gay/Lesbian Film Fest Up 150% Programs are selling out and tickets being snapped up at a brisk pace for the film and video event. Story , page 3.
A battle is brewing over which limbs will be cut from "Boxing Helena" to get the MPAA NC-17 rating reduced to an R so Orion Classics can release the film Sept. 3.
The National Assn. of Theatre Owners and the Motion Picture Assn. of America -- the two organizations that administer the Classification & Rating Administration -- announced Friday they would begin…
Col's "In the Line of Fire" debuted in third with $ 15.4 million, the biggest opening for a Clint Eastwood film.