More than 60,000 fans have tickets for a free Blake Shelton concert on the Atlantic City beach.

Wayne Reynolds, a leading Washington philanthropist, laid out an alternative plan in court hearings this week to save one of the nation's oldest museums and its college as a judge considers whether to break up the nearly 150-year-old Corcoran Gallery of Art.

The longtime music director at a suburban Chicago Roman Catholic church says he was fired after posting on social media plans to marry his same-sex partner.

Kiss frontman Gene Simmons says a feature film based on the band's 1975 visit to Michigan is fully funded and preparing for production.

Classical music lovers can mark South Dakota's 125th anniversary of statehood and see what the state says will be the first full orchestra performance in the Capitol with more than 50 members.

Prolific TV producer Robert Halmi, Sr., has died.

Joe Oppermann and the rest of the team at his architectural firm in Winston-Salem sometime wear several hats when it comes to finding and telling the stories behind buildings.

Vin Scully poked fun at himself after word came out that he plans to return for his record 66th season in the Los Angeles Dodgers' broadcast booth next year.

Police are investigating a possible sexual assault at a weekend Keith Urban concert at which dozens of people were treated for excessive drinking.

A court hearing in Honolulu has been scheduled for lawyers who want out of a case accusing 'X-Men' director Bryan Singer of sex abuse.

The Metropolitan Opera wants to bring in a federal mediator to settle a contract dispute that's threatening to lockout workers.

San Francisco wide receiver Anquan Boldin laughs — a big, hearty guffaw — and shakes his head.

Filmmaker Robert Drew, a pioneer of the modern documentary who in "Primary" and other movies mastered the intimate, spontaneous style known as cinema verite and schooled a generation of influential directors that included D.A. Pennebaker and Albert Maysles, has died at age 90.

An attorney for former NFL running back Larry Johnson says the player's Las Vegas domestic violence case is now closed after a judge determined he successfully completed community service and counseling requirements.

James Shigeta, who played the lead in the 1961 movie musical "Flower Drum Song" and had a small role in the first "Die Hard," has died. He was 85.

Patrick Peterson is the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL.

Israel PM says military will dismantle Hamas tunnels 'with or without a cease-fire'

His paintings made news worldwide, but it turns out that former President George W. Bush has been working on another, highly personal project since leaving the White House: He has quietly completed a biography of his father, former President George H.W. Bush.

ESPN announcers will call Sunday night's Red Sox-Yankees game from atop Fenway Park's Green Monster.

A novel completed by Pulitzer Prize winner Oscar Hijuelos shortly before his death last year will be published in the fall of 2015.

Production on a new season of "The Big Bang Theory" is being delayed because of a contract dispute with its top actors.

Nome gold miners are expressing outrage about a city letter citing the "negative social impacts" of their industry.

He's been one of the nation's most influential record promoters, the producer of an Oscar-nominated movie, a defendant who successfully fought racketeering charges in a high-profile payola case, and an admitted loan shark who shook down borrowers in ritzy Beverly Hills.

An upstate New York man was arrested Wednesday morning on narcotics charges in connection to the overdose death of another man at a New York City music festival, authorities said.

Chiefs rookie Aaron Murray was tied up in meetings Monday night, at the same time millions of people were tuning into ABC to see whether his brother would be popping the question.

The New York Times on Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the Moreland Commission.

From the western end of the Rice University campus, the BioScience Research Collaborative stands as a gleaming centerpiece in a wall of towers that make up the Texas Medical Center.

The former assistant to the wealthy businessman at the center of the corruption case against former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife took the stand Wednesday to talk about trips and checks for the former first family.

Editorials from around Pennsylvania:

A man who raped and killed Kelsey Grammer's sister nearly 40 years ago has been denied parole after the actor testified against his release.

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