There may be six additional dates for the Simon & Garfunkel reunion concerts at the Paramount Theatre in New York City, according to sources. The duo will perform at least 10 shows together starting Oct. 1.
Tickets for those shows ($ 60/$ 75) sold out in four hours Monday.
Twentieth TV has announced a resolution to pending arbitration between the company and Kim Wayans, a former regular on the Fox Broadcasting Co. series “In Living Color.” Wayans, who sought to leave after Fox split with her brother, series creator-exec producer Keenen Ivory Wayans, has been freed to pursue other opportunities.
Former Jefferson Starship guitarist Craig Chaquico will host a Washburn guitar clinic at 8 tonight at the Valley Art Music Center in North Hollywood. Sponsored by Harley-Davidson, the event is free and open to the public.
L.A. Weekly founder Jay Michael Levin is spearheading a new environmental-themed basic-cable service called the Planet Central TV Network. The incipient cable web plans to develop a six-hour programming block during its first two years that will repeat four times a day, with expanded programming later. Interactive fare will play a central role.