Broadway legend Stephen Sondheim, whose work transformed musical theater, dead at 91

Broadway legend Stephen Sondheim, whose work transformed musical theater, dead at 91

NOV 26 (Reuters) – The Broadway composer and poet Stephen Sondheim, who helped American musical theater evolve beyond pure entertainment and reach new artistic heights with works such as “West Side Story,” “Into the Woods,” and “Sweeney Todd”, early on. Friday at the age of 91, his publicist said. Company spokeswoman Kathryn Zuckerman told Reuters … Read more

The Beatles almost broke up while making their last album ‘Let It Be’

The Beatles almost broke up while making their last album ‘Let It Be’

Songwriting was on the wall for the Beatles long before they were officially named. In fact, the Fab Four split nearly halfway through the production of their last album, 1970, “Let It Be,” in January 1969. “Then there were two,” Paul McCartney said when he and Ringo Starr only appeared in the studio in “The … Read more

Tiffany curses fans during trainwreck gig: ‘F–k you, guys!’

Tiffany curses fans during trainwreck gig: ‘F–k you, guys!’

Tiffany certainly wasn’t alone when she hurled insults at a group of fans on Saturday. The ’80s singing sensation—who is now 50—was filmed on camera verbally abusing concertgoers at her show in Lake Park, Florida. The former teen idol was a part of performing her hit song, “I Think We’re Alone Now” in 1987, when … Read more