40 Years Ago: David Letterman’s Morning Show Hints at Future Fame
The show was aired live and Letterman was determined to let things play out on camera no matter how poorly they were going.
35 Years Ago: Richard Dawson’s Tearful Farewell to ‘Family Feud’
The show's original host gave viewers a heartfelt goodbye.
New England Concert Venue Converts to Drive-In: Will Others?
Tupelo Music Hall, an independent live music club located in Derry, NH, has announced plans to reopen later this month as a drive-in venue.
Neil Diamond Reworks ‘Sweet Caroline’ Without the Hand Touching
Singer updated his classic track in response to coronavirus pandemic.
‘Devastating’ Fire Threatens Worldwide Vinyl Record Production
A recent fire at a Southern California manufacturing plant could have devastating effects on the vinyl record industry worldwide.
45 Years Ago: ‘Wheel of Fortune’ Makes Its Television Debut
The game show's long-running success is hard to explain, even for those who helped make it a hit.
Rod Stewart Ordered to Court After New Year’s Eve Altercation
The rocker allegedly got in a confrontation with a security guard.
Tom Petty’s Former Mansion on Sale for $4.9 Million
The late legend’s former hillside home is on the market for $4.9 million.
Roger Taylor’s Message to ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Critics: ‘F— You’
The Queen drummer didn't mince words when asked about reviewers who panned the film.
50 Years Ago This Week, ‘Monty Python’s Flying Circus’ Changed Comedy Forever
On October 5, 1969, a Flying Circus was born.