Miley Cyrus celebrated her third time hosting "Saturday Night Live" for the premiere of the sketch comedy series’ 41st season on Oct. 3. And of course, the first thing out of the controversial pop star’s mouth was about weed.
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In the 13 years preceding this edition of the festival, Austin City Limits has hosted only three hip-hop headliners: Kanye West in 2011, plus Eminem and Outkast last year -- a fact that Canadian rapper Drake seemed astutely aware.
On Friday night (Oct. 2), Silversun Pickups played the Honda Stage at the iHeartRadio Theater in Los Angeles to showcase their newest album, Better Nature. It’s been 10 years since their debut EP, Pikul, was released -- but the band proved that they haven’t lost their touch.
On the eve of his 90th birthday, George Wein took the stage Friday night (Oct. 2) at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola at Jazz at Lincoln Center to play piano and sing an original blues he had written for the occasion.
Dodgers organist Nancy Bea Hefley will retire after this year's season. Hefley's retirement was announced Friday night (Oct. 2) at Dodger Stadium when the NL West Champions hosted the San Diego Padres.
Saturday Night Live enters its 41st season today (Oct. 3) with Miley Cyrus as host and musical guest. For episodes two and three, Cyrus is followed up by another two bona fide pop stars, the Weeknd and Demi Lovato. There was a time when SNL was very, very different.