The pizza delivery man who fed stars at the Oscars received a best tip award for a supporting player: $1,000 in cash handed over by ceremony host Ellen DeGeneres.
John Travolta has apologized to Tony Award winner Idina Menzel for mangling the pronunciation of her name during the Oscars telecast, saying he'd been "beating myself up" over it.
Olympic ice dancing gold medalists Charlie White and Meryl Davis will try a less slick surface and new partners as contestants in the next edition of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars."
Roku is getting into an Internet video-streaming stick fight with Google's Chromecast.
Dianne Reeves, "Beautiful Life" (Concord)
On her first studio album in five years, four-time Grammy winner Dianne Reeves comes back strong with a genre-crossing collection of 12 love-themed songs on which she infuses her impressive jazz stylings with a healthy dose of soul.
ScHoolboy Q, "Oxymoron" (Top Dawg/Interscope)
ScHoolboy Q's major label debut plays out like an unsettling 21st-century film noir.
Malcolm X and rap music have always fit together like a needle in the groove, connected by struggle, strength and defiance.
Comedian Jimmy Fallon took a quick but icy dip in Lake Michigan — dressed in a full suit and tie — eyes bulging as he darted out of the slushy water and headed straight for a pile of dry towels.
The HALO Foundation’s Sixth Annual Artreach Auction is from 7-11 p.m. March 7 at the Community Room at Capital Mall.
Lincoln University will present “The Vagina Monologues” March 6 as part of a fundraising event to honor V-Day, a global movement that began 15 years ago to end violence against women and girls.
Hollywood's religious renaissance gets off to a none-too-spectacular start with a chewed-over New Testament appetizer called "Son of God."
Pharrell, "G I R L" (Columbia Records/Back Lot Music)
On the heels of two monster hits where he was the co-star — the Daft Punk jaunty funk jam "Get Lucky" and the much vilified yet utterly catchy "Blurred Lines" with Robin Thicke, Pharrell is taking the lead with the relentless "Happy," which appears on the "Despicable Me 2" soundtrack and is nominated for best original song on Sunday's Oscars.
Eidos Interactive's "Thief: The Dark Project" introduced many of the elements that ancestors like "Dishonored" have built upon — in particular, the idea that light is your enemy and darkness your friend.
Beck, "Morning Phase" (Capitol)
It's hard to put a finger on Beck. He can steer into many moods, as he has in the two decades since he had a breakthrough with the commercial success of "Mellow Gold."
Settling in for a film that takes place almost entirely on an airplane, as does the latest Liam Neeson action flick "Non-Stop," one's instinct is to search for the nearest sleeping pill.