Archive for March, 2009
Mr. Jarre wrote the score for “Doctor Zhivago” and “Lawrence of Arabia”.
Glenn Beck’s show has become wildly popular with a mix of moral lessons and outrage.
Cable TV providers are testing ways to restrict access to free shows on the Web to just their paying subscribers.
In an experiment that harks back to its origins, MTV will use 3 to 9 a.m. Monday through Thursday to show music videos, news, interviews and performances.
“High School Musical” emerged a big winner at Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards over the weekend.
Bernard Purdie, the drummer who created the funky little miracle of syncopation known as the Purdie Shuffle, is playing for the Broadway revival of “Hair.”
The stage version of “The Wizard of Oz” is a production that registers best with the 10-and-under crowd.
What is a wine worth? That question will dog the connoisseurs gathering in Bordeaux this week to sample the 2008 vintage of the world’s finest wines.
Michigan State Coach Tom Izzo, securing his fifth Final Four appearance in 11 years, may be the good-guy foil to Connecticut’s embattled Jim Calhoun.