President Barack Obama sang the blues at the White House, with some prompting, as some of the genre’s best known musicians gathered for a concert last night to mark Black History Month.
When Cyndi Lauper danced with Michael C. Nolan, a managing director of JP Morgan Securities LLC, he was the boy having fun.
Discerning fans of rhythm and blues icon Al Green cut him no slack when he’s having an off night.
Louis C.K. is back on HBO with new comedy material, Eric Clapton brings some great guitarists to Madison Square Garden and the “Disappearing Act V” film festival gives you the chance to see the work of European directors.
I never thought I’d say this, but I miss Arthur Bryant’s original barbecue sauce.
The owners of Manhattan’s 11 Times Square, a 40-story skyscraper built as the office market was peaking, have signed their second tenant, law firm Zukerman Gore Brandeis & Crossman LLP.
French billionaire Vincent Bollore is used to getting kudos from investors and analysts. Now he’s got France’s president angling to share that spotlight.