In the three decades that he has been a voice actor on “The Simpsons,” Hank Azaria has played dozens of Springfield’s absurd denizens on that long-running animated Fox comedy, including the surly bartender
This article has been revised to reflect the following correction: An earlier version of this article misstated the year during which Ben Affleck was accused of groping a talk-show host, an act for which
Robert Conrad, a television tough guy best known for his lead role in the mid-1960s series “The Wild Wild West,” died on Saturday at his home in Malibu, Calif. He was 84. The cause was heart failure, Ballard,
“David was playing a song when he paused, said ‘I’m sorry’ and put his chin to his chest,” Miller wrote on Facebook. “He never dropped his guitar or fell [off] his stool. It was as easy and gentle as was.
David Bowie will be honored with a live show at England’s National Space Centre. Titled “Bowie; Oddity to Mars,” the immersive, 360-degree celebration of the musician’s work will take place at the Centre’s
On Thursday, December 12, the UK general election will take place. Today, the oft politically outspoken Brian Eno has shared a new song skewering the Conservative Party, or Tories, as they’re often referred
Anyone hoping to make sense of synth-pop’s dominion over Eastern Europe could do worse than a visit to the former Soviet city of Tallinn, Estonia. Gothic churches frown upon dinky watering holes, while
The Alanis Morissette song “Hand in My Pocket” is a list of opposites that aren’t really opposites at all, when you really think about it. “I’m short but I’m healthy,” she sings, in the half-yodel, half-dove-coo
In a disturbing new documentary, two accusers share their stories of what they say happened to them at the hands at the world’s most famous pop star It only takes about two minutes into the four-hour Leaving
Indeed, nobody whose knowledge of the blues runs any deeper than a Time-Life commercial could have mistaken Ulmer’s “Are You Glad to Be in America?” for it. It featured a solo electric guitar and Ulmer’s
Actor Larry Storch, who starred in “F Troop” alongside Berry in the 1960s, also posted a note to Facebook: “Dear friends. We are sad to let you know our beloved Captain, Mr. Ken Berry passed away tonight.