High-powered hip-hop manager Chris Lighty was found dead Thursday morning at his Bronx home from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, according to the NYPD.
Lighty, 44, who managed stars 50 Cent, Diddy, Mariah Carey and LL Cool J, was found outside his South Riverdale home, police said, after an argument with his wife, who filed for divorce last year, according to the Daily... » more
LeAnn Rimes is in rehab for "anxiety" and "stress."
"LeAnn has voluntarily entered a 30-day, inpatient treatment facility to cope with anxiety and stress," a spokesman for the 30-year-old star told People magazine.
The rep said that the skinny country star is not seeking help for an eating disorder or substance abuse issue, despite serious speculation.
"While... » more
The best in theater, music, art and more this autumn in New York City.
1. David Guetta, Steve Aoki and Axwell are among those getting their electronic-music vibe on at the annual outdoor festival Electric Zoo. (Randall's Island, 11 a.m., $155-$299; also Sept. 2)
6. Get those credit cards ready - the fourth annual Fashion's Night Out takes over the city, with shops in... » more
A woman is suing Kris Humphries for allegedly giving her herpes, but Humphries says the claim is untrue, according to TMZ.
com, the woman, Kayla Goldberg, got busy with Humphries back in 2010 - before the Nets baller got together with famous ex Kim Kardashian.
TMZ has a copy of the lawsuit, which claims Goldberg and Humphries had sex several times one night (sometimes sans... » more
Congrats are in order for the Rancics!
E! News host Giuliana Rancic and hubby Bill Rancic are now the proud parents of a baby boy named Edward, born via surrogate on Wednesday night.
"THANK YOU for your love & prayers!" Giuliana, 37, tweeted Thursday.
She told E! the baby - named Edward Duke Rancic - was born at 10:12 p.m. on Wednesday, weighing in at 7 pounds, 4... » more
Summer tends to be the slowest season for theater in New York, with very few Broadway shows opening and most Off-Broadway companies coming to a complete halt.
But across the continent, numerous regional theater companies and festivals thrive each summer with ambitious slates of shows that draw tons of tourists.
This summer, wanting to check out such a company, I was able to spend four... » more
Broadway's "Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark" and its ousted creative visionary Julie Taymor have reached a deal to end their bitter legal battle, court documents showed Thursday.
Taymor, 59, and the producers for the $75 million spectacle "reached an argument in principle," U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest in Manhattan said in the order, giving no further details of the agreement.
Taymor... » more
A Queens couple died less than two hours apart Thursday morning in what cops believe was a murder-suicide, officials said.
Amis Cale, 41, is suspected of brutally stabbing his wife to death at around 8:45 a.m. Thursday before fleeing their Sunnyside apartment and jumping off a platform of an elevated No. 7 subway station, police said.
Police and EMS found 37-year-old Jennifer Cale in... » more
Overnight subway service along the Lexington Ave. line will be suspended next week between Manhattan and Brooklyn for maintenance work, beginning Monday.
The No. 4/5/6 lines will be shut down between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. from Grand Central-42nd Street to Atlantic Avenue through Thursday morning, officials said. The "Fastrack" maintenance work will end a day earlier than it typically does because... » more
Some Staten Island bus riders may not pay the fare, but they are get a quicker ride to work starting this weekend, officials said Thursday.
A new Select Bus route, scheduled to make its first trip on Sunday, will run along Hylan Boulevard and is expected to speed up travel between the Staten Island Mall and Bay Ridge by about 18%, MTA and city officials said.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg... » more