Tomorrow brings a new round of Tony nominees, men, women and shows that'll go on to compete for the big prize come June 10. So far, the experts are predicting a nod for Ricky Martin for his turn as Che in the revival of "Evita" (shown above).
Also releasing tomorrow is the Norah Jones/Danger Mouse collaboration album "Little Broken Hearts," which promises to be a little more Mouse, a little less mousey.
In a nod to May Day's populist side, the Occupy movement has a full day of activities planned for tomorrow, including a high school student walkout, a workshop by the adorably named "guitarmy," and cameos from Dan Deacon and Das Racist. Check out the full schedule at the official Occupy site.
Dev Patel stars in another West-facing movie about India, this time alongside the cream of the elderly British acting guard. Directed by John Madden ("Shakespeare In Love"), "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," out this Friday, stars Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy and Tom Wilkinson as a group of pensioners whose lives are changed when they retire to a hotel in India run by a hapless but charming young Indian, played by Patel.
May 5th sounds much more fun when you call it Cinco de Mayo, and luckily, we get to do just that this Saturday.
Don your hats and freshen your mint juleps -- this Saturday and Sunday, the nation's thoroughbreds descend on Churchill Downs. Check the Derby site for television listings.
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