By now you’ve probably heard there’s going to be football on television for Thanksgiving weekend. You’re probably going to be spending times with friends and family, and having something good on a television screen is a good distraction for those rare moments when you’re not completely enamored with having an intense conversation with all of these people.
“I’m going to say something I’ve never said before,” announced Vedder in Spanish that was described as “precarious” by a critic for El Tiempo newspaper. “Hola Bogotá! We are losing our virginity with Colombia."
It's the season of gratitude and a number of hip-hop's heavyweight acts have been busy giving back to the communities that have supported their careers this week. From Snoop Dogg to Fetty Wap, here are five stars making a difference.
As Chicago grieves the death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, who was fatally shot 16 by a police officer last year, local rapper Ty Money has used the police dash cam footage showing the event to make his new music video.
At the Latin Grammys in Las Vegas last week, we spoke to bachata star Leslie Grace and rising pop singer-songwriter Raquel Sofia about how they celebrate Thanksgiving and what they’re most grateful for this year.
There will be one less member of Fifth Harmony for their upcoming Reflection Tour shows in Mexico. The group released a statement on Twitter on Wednesday (Nov. 25) that Normani Kordei would not be able to perform with them due to a family-related death.
Deborah Evans Price is one of Country Music’s most esteemed journalist. Her by-line has appeared in Billboard, Nash Country Weekly, Rolling Stone, and countless other magazines. Price – the 2013 winner of the CMA Media Achievement Award – has just released a new book that is very close to her heart. Titled A Country Faith Christmas, it serves as a follow-up to her popular Country Faith book that was released in 2013.
In honor of the 6 God’s NBA celebration (Nov. 25), the Toronto Raptors installed a “Hotline Bling” booth for fans to get their GIF on at the Air Canada Centre as they take on the Cleveland Cavaliers at tonight’s home game.
Eagles of Death Metal have conducted their first interview since the horrific attack on their Nov. 13 Paris concert, which left at least 90 dead. Vice announced the interview on Nov. 22 and this afternoon (Nov. 25) it was posted to their website.