‘Something To Talk About’ Songwriter Shirley Eikhard Dies

By MARK KENNEDY, The Associated Press. Published: 13 hours ago Shirley Eikhard, the singer-songwriter who supplied songs for Cher, Emmylou Harris, Anne Murray, Chet Atkins and found lasting fame penning Bonnie Raitt‘s Grammy-winning 1991 hit “Something to Talk About”, has died. She was 67. Eikhard died Thursday at Headwaters Health Care Centre in Orangeville, Ontario, […]

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Nick Carter ‘Thankful’ For ‘Quality Time’ With Family Weeks After Brother Aaron’s Death

By Miguel A. Melendez‍ , ETOnline.com. Published: 8 hours ago Less than a month after Aaron Carter‘s untimely death, Nick Carter celebrated Thanksgiving Day surrounded by loved ones and he said he was “thankful” for the “quality time.” The Backstreet Boys singer took to Instagram on Saturday and posted a series of photos where he’s surrounded by […]

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Kelsey Asbille Believes ‘Yellowstone’ Is ‘Nearing The End’: What The Rest Of The Cast Thinks (Exclusive)

By Philiana Ng‍ , ETOnline.com. Published: 9 hours ago “Yellowstone” may be TV’s most-watched scripted show, but when the Paramount Network drama was picked up for a 14-episode fifth season, some fans expressed concern amid speculation that the series could be approaching the end of its run. ET’s Rachel Smith was with the stars of “Yellowstone” on […]

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Remembering Jules Bass, stop-motion pioneer and creator of Christmas wonder

On Tuesday night earlier this week, Jules Bass passed away at a retirement home in Rye, New York, at the age of eighty-seven. An upstart ad-man who sold America on the coziness of the Christmas season in his main career as animator and filmmaker, he leaves behind a legacy renewed as a matter of tradition […]

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Sheryl Crow Recalls Having ‘Disgusting’ Human Feces Accidentally Thrown At Her During Woodstock ’99

By Melissa Romualdi. Published: 9 hours ago Last updated: 9 hours ago After more than 20 years, Sheryl Crow is looking back on the infamous, disastrous music festival, Woodstock ’99. While appearing on a recent episode of Dana Carvey and David Spade’s “Fly On The Wall” podcast, the singer reminisced on what it was like to perform at […]

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The Best Loafers for Women to Step Into Fall on a High Note

This season, city streets have been practically overflowing with the best loafers in every style and color. We have spotted everything from classic penny loafers all the way to acid-green lug soles. Whether you tend to stick to the classics or prefer to take fashion risks, there is a style for everyone—we mean it. Estrop […]

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‘Avatar’ Cast Reflects On Re-Release And Filming ‘Unforgettable’ ‘The Way Of Water’ Sequel (Exclusive)

By Stacy Lambe‍ , ETOnline.com. Published: 4 hours ago Following the groundbreaking release of “Avatar” in 2009, James Cameron’s epic sci-fi franchise about a humanoid species called the Na’vi is finally back with the first of several sequels. After a 13-year gap, the saga will pick up with “Avatar: The Way of Water” in December before […]

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Carolina Herrera Gave Us Florals for Spring, and It Was Actually Groundbreaking

If I told you that Carolina Herrera’s spring/summer 2023 collection was full of florals, I know what you’d say: Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking. But actually, they were groundbreaking! Inspired by the classic novel The Secret Garden, creative director Wes Gordon’s gorgeous collection of breezy, blooming prints seemed so vibrant and so alive that they practically […]

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Beyoncé Is Freer Than Ever on Renaissance

Beyoncé’s insatiable appetite for understanding Black music history and its copious, traditionally overlooked impact widens with every release. She’s both a student and master of the craft. Her pivotal album I Am…Sasha Fierce made her a transcendent force with a collection of pop hits and soul-baring ballads that took a page out of the Whitney […]

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