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Rapper Young Dolph hit multiple times in Hollywood shooting

Rapper Young Dolph was shot outside the Hollywood and Highland shopping center in California late Tuesday afternoon. The 32-year-old Chicago native was hit multiple times and taken to the local hospital, according to Fox 11 LA. The Los Angeles Police ...

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‘The Treasurer’ with Peter Friedman and Deanna Dunagan — review

In “The Treasurer,” a middle-aged son (Peter Friedman, reliably excellent) reckons with his relationship with his aging self-centered mother (Deanna Dunagan, low-key compared to her Tony-winning turn in “August: Osage County”). She’d abandoned him as a kid and is now ...

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‘Rent’ live musical set at Fox for January 2019

You’ll have to wait a bit longer than 525,600 minutes for the live broadcast of “Rent.” Fox announced Monday that the TV adaptation of Jonathan Larson’s Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical will air Jan. 27, 2019, produced by Marc Platt ...

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Jordin Sparks supports 'those who have no voice' during anthem

Jordin Sparks staged her own silent protest at the Cowboys-Cardinals game Monday night. The former American Idol winner performed the national anthem with a Bible verse, “Prov 31: 8-9,” written on her hand. The verse reads, “Speak up for those ...

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‘Pretty Woman: The Musical’ announces Broadway stars and dates

The Great White Way will turn into the red-light district next fall. “Pretty Woman: The Musical,” based on the hit 1990 rom-com starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, will arrive on Broadway a year from now. Singer/actress Samantha Barks will ...

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JAY-Z hopes Chester Bennington’s death serves as ‘wake-up call’

JAY-Z believes the heartbreaking loss of late Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington could serve a greater purpose by helping to spread awareness about mental health. Bennington — who famously collaborated with JAY-Z for the 2004 megahit “Numb/Encore” — took his ...

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‘Springsteen on Broadway’ rehearsal setlist leaks — spoilers

As the Broadway fall season gets in gear, the question isn’t Who’s the Boss, but What’s the Boss — Bruce Springsteen — playing during his debut concert show. The answer may have emerged during a try-out run of the loosely ...

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Cardi B first female rapper to have solo No. 1 song in 19 years

Cardi B is making money moves all the way to the top of the charts. The Bronx-born rapper has scored her first Billboard No. 1 with debut single “Bodak Yellow,” making her the first female rapper in nearly 20 years ...

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J. Cole urges fans to boycott NFL

As players across the NFL took a stand against President Trump Sunday by kneeling during the national anthem, rapper J. Cole joined the movement with a powerful call for a boycott. The “Work Out” musician penned a lengthy Twitter thread ...

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Interpol lights up Queens with spectacular hometown show

Interpol shined Saturday night at Queens’ Forest Hills Stadium. The New York City-based band performed their debut album “Turn on the Bright Lights” from top to bottom to mark its 15th anniversary. Guitarist Daniel Kessler and his tie-clad comrades powered ...

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