Though still mourning her “PBS NewsHour” co-anchor, Gwen Ifill, Ms. Woodruff continues to be a pioneering role model in journalism.
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The Hollywood cool factor of the Obama years was all but gone, but people came out to celebrate the press and the weekend’s other hero, Samantha Bee.
Activists arrived in Washington for Arts Advocacy Day, asking leaders to preserve funding for the National Endowment for the Arts.
Sally Quinn has decided to sell the fabled East Hampton house whose occupants have been the subject of both a documentary and a Broadway musical.
Jackie, 16, who will sing the national anthem at the presidential inauguration, and her transgender sister, Juliet, 18, lend each other support.
The Madison Square Garden Company issued a harsh response on Tuesday to reporting by Marie Claire magazine.
When the young singer spoke out about his concerns over “major exposure,” the older legend stepped in with a suggestion: “Loosen up. Swing, man.”
Dancers with personal objections can skip the performance, according to the company and the union for the dancers. Still, some will likely feel pressured.
The movie star will be adapting a novel, “Today Will Be Different,” for the small screen. But could she survive the Upside Down?
It is unclear why the musician stepped out of a recovery after being hospitalized and into the center of a media circus at Trump Tower in Manhattan.