The T.J. Martell Foundation — which funds research for cancer, leukemia and AIDS treatment — was started as a music industry organization, and its board reads like a who's-who of Gothambased label…
Lifetime's highly anticipated "Liz & Dick" telepic drew 3.5 million viewers Sunday night.
When I first arrived in New York back in September 1949, fresh from the University of Texas, times were so tough that one had to have several "roommates" to make it from payday to payday.
Liz Smith is providing some hot gossip of her own by ending her 33 year relationship with The New York Post.
THE FAB rising star, Shia LaBeouf, has decided to break his silence and let us know what it was like to finally meet the hero -- "Indiana Jones" himself.
Mariah Carey survived her childhood, but it wasn't easy. A miraculous singing talent saved her from hum-drum obscurity and possibly much worse.
"IT'S GOOD to be King!" said Mel Brooks in "The History of the World, Part I." It's good to be Jonathan Rhys Meyers, too. This young actor -- only 30, though acting since his teens -- has hit his…
Sierra Boggess, star of Broadway's "The Little Mermaid," is a true child of showbiz. She was a skating phenom as a kid -- Dainty June on ice -- and was plucked from the lavish Las Vegas production of…
A crowd of 370 girls waited in the rain near Radio City Music Hall the other day, all for the Rockettes' annual audition. Out of this group, they hired only two.
In New York: Oprah attended the opening of the Hearst Tower on Eighth at 57th Streets, looking grandly beautiful, all in red. When I told Oprah how much I was enjoying the movie of her road trip with…
There's not much magic left in Kenneth Branagh's "The Magic Flute." Relocating the 1791 opera to WWI and adopting a hard-edged approach that worked for "Hamlet," Branagh has wrought a "Flute" for…