Prior to The Oscars' embracing Outasight's "Tonight Is The Night" -- well, not with an award but with broadcast muscle -- the single had airplay on over 115 Top 40 radio stations, sales of over 530,000 copies, over 18,000 daily streams on Spotify, and over 5 million views on YouTube.
The point of the Lenten fast, for us, is not really about what we give up. It is about what we are supposed to do when we feel ourselves wanting what we have told ourselves we should not have.
Editor's note: The following is a transcript of I'm With Stupid's recent conversation with the plaintiff in a contentious legal battle. IWS: Good mor...
Pearl Jam, Columbia Records/SONY Music Entertainment and IMDb today announced that "Not For You," a full-length, never-before-seen music video directed by Cameron Crowe, featuring live, archival performances and behind-the-scenes footage of the band.
Where The Simpsons dealt with stresses from the network, Trey Parker's dilemmas are based in his own standards and perception.
Savage caught the eye of the nation following a string of suicides by gay youths, when he and husband Terry Miller posted a video telling gay children that if they can hold on, life does get better.
The cast of "The Book of Mormon" on opening night at Eugene O'Neill Theater in New York / Courtesy Getty Images NEW YORK--With the "The Book of Mor...
A look back at the funniest parodies Glenn Beck has inspired during his short-lived reign as the craziest person on TV.
To clarify that title: when you pull a prank on this particular day, you're supposed to reveal yourself as the prankster by yelling "April Fools!" (or...
House Republican leaders announced they'll be voting on a bill that reportedly contains a piece of legislative fantasy within it -- that the House can declare something to be the law without any input from the Senate or Obama.
In a genre not known for its subtlety, this musical stayed away from stereotypes, portraying its two missionary heroes as deeply earnest, deeply flawed, and often deeply conflicted about their own beliefs.
The project had been met with intrigue from its onset; now, though, some are second-guessing whether it is so controversial after all. Mormons have even reportedly been fans of the show.
The production is hardly a surprise attack by the nose-thumbing partners. It could be said they're going after Christianity as a whole with the appearance of a slang-spouting Jesus in a lustrous blond wig.
Is The Book of Mormon as subversive as South Park? Unequivocally, it is pee-in-pants funny, outrageous, and shocking.
Fans of South Park rejoice: Matt Stone and Trey Parker's Broadway endeavor is beginning previews this month, and based on the press preview I saw, this musical will change your life.