New York Nonstop's Roseanne Colletti and Laura Lane, Senior Reporter for OK! Magazine have the scoop on the latest celebrity comings and goings.
What does it mean that the patrons who recently "saved" MOCA are unrecognizable, at least to the celebrity press and fashion publicists?
And all she gave me was this tacky, crystal-tipped leather whip from Agent Provocateur (which is kind of played out as a lingerie destination these days, am I right?).
We're living in the most exciting moment in the history of music -- a time when listeners have unlimited access to music, but Rolling Stone commits the cardinal sin of making it seem boring.
Six years later, the newest installment of the series passes the torch to a younger stable of artists who, along with series initiator Vicki Iovine and Timothy Shriver, shared their thoughts about the album.
Here's a playlist for America's latest fun couple to be used at the very next party they crash together.
Today is Susan Boyle's coming out party. Her debut album, "I Dreamed a Dream," is in stores, she's going to meet America on Monday's "Today Show," a...
While No Doubt did grant Activision a license to use their likenesses in its game, Band Hero, the band is not happy that Gwen Stefani can be made to sing "Honky Tonk Woman" -- in a male voice.
As the celebrity fashionistas flock to New York for Fashion Week, here some recent musicians-turned-clothing designers who have made a killing (or at least gotten a lot of press).
An exciting new venue raises the question: Is the traditional runway format still relevant?
Right from the opening guitar riffs of the megahit "My Life Would Suck Without You" (ours too, Kelly), we are hooked on Clarkson's poppy, essential album that features tons of likely chart shredders.
A punk rock Marilyn Monroe long before Madonna boy-toyed with that image, Debbie Harry might possibly be the most beautiful woman in rock history.
When did children's music get so awful? It wasn't always as painful to listen to. Some historic recordings, though not exactly classified as "children's," have been cherished forever.
Much like when I was younger and enjoyed Canal Street and bartering with the "sales people" hawking counterfeit purses, I delighted in finding an almost identical knock-off at Forever 21.
When it was announced that 600 Starbucks outlets were closing, the music business shared the hit: less stores, less counter and display space, less product, less revenue.
People are presuming that Guy Ritchie and Madonna are breaking up because the wife is more powerful than the husband. Which also, presumably, means it would be OK if the genders were reversed.