“You want prospects, not suspects,” Al Sharpton remembers hearing amongst a group of advertising agents discussing the pros and cons of investing money in black radio.
In a sharp departure from his previous films, M. Night Shyamalan’s “The Visit” puts an unexpectedly comedic twist on what could have been another generic horror film — or, in Shyamalan’s case, another absolute commercial flop.
Lady Gaga released a music video directed by Catherine Hardwicke for her new single “Til It Happens To You,” co-written by the lady herself and Diane Warren.
Here’s some bad news for Mr. Lee Malia, Matt Kean, Matt Nicholis, and Jordan Fish: you may be out of work soon.
Inhabitants of Charlottesville may have been surprised to see a rather crude piece of art being driven through town last Monday morning, heading towards The Southern Café and Music Hall on the Downtown Mall.
After a great summer of television, the leaves are falling and fall programs are returning. 2015 was ruled by Netflix, but this fall, Amazon is looking to make its mark. Here are the some of the most anticipated television shows this fall season.
With a cross-country rendition of the “Star Spangled Banner” and an umpire’s call to play ball, Stephen Colbert returned to TV.
For the past 15 years, Greensky Bluegrass has been crafting unique, genre-bending songs. The band will be returning to the Jefferson Theater Sept. 23, almost exactly a year after its last Charlottesville performance. Arts & Entertainment chatted with founding member and banjo player Michael Bont to preview the upcoming show.
The Miss America Organization celebrated its 95th anniversary Saturday night with a pageant which delivered a healthy dose of big hair, big earrings and big goals.