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  • Poteet Succeeds with 'How to Succeed…'

    Anna Holloway | Updated: 23 hr ago

    “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” at the Poteet Theatre is a beautifully performed, high-quality production of a classic musical.

  • Oops! EPA goes off topic, tweets about Kardashian


    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency's fight to clean up water pollution got a splash of pop culture Tuesday, thanks to an Internet flub involving reality TV star Kim Kardashian. The verified Twitter account for the EPA's Office of Water mistakenly published a message Monday night about an online game, "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood," in which players walk red carpets, attend photo shoots and get dolled up like a Kardashian. An agency spokeswoman said the off-topic tweet was done by an intern. The government's tweet was removed within hours from the @EPAwater account, but not before a tweet from the account of Rep. John Dingell, D-Mich., the 88-year-old co-author of the Clean Water Act, poked fun by asking what

  • How Well Do the 5 Seconds of Summer Boys Know Each Other? ET Puts Them to the Test


    They might be the hottest Aussies on the scene right now -- and 5 Seconds of Summer is on Entertainment Tonight!

  • Beshear: Health rulings won't affect Kentucky


    FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear says rulings Tuesday on President Barack Obama's health care law won't affect enrollees in Kentucky's state-run health exchange. Beshear said in a statement released by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services that premium assistance that Kentucky enrollees have qualified for also won't be affected. Within hours of each other Tuesday, two federal appeals courts issued contradictory rulings on the subsidies that help low- and middle-income people afford premiums. Beshear said the confusion highlighted by the rulings just reiterates that Kentucky was in the right by creating a state-based exchange rather than going with the federal exchange.

  • George Harrison memorial tree killed by beetles


    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A tree planted in Los Angeles to honor former Beatle George Harrison has been killed — by beetles. Councilman Tom LaBonge says the pine grew to more than 12 feet tall before succumbing to a bark beetle infestation. The tree was removed last month. LaBonge says it will be replanted in the fall. After Harrison's 2001 death in Los Angeles, the pine was planted near Griffith Observatory. A small plaque at the base commemorates the guitarist and songwriter, who had a deep appreciation of gardening. LaBonge says several trees at Griffith Park have been killed by the beetles.

  • Cops Called on Justin Bieber Six Times In Two Days


    Is Justin Bieber turning out to be the neighbor from hell?

  • Jeter, Bauer give Fox a strong week in TV ratings


    NEW YORK (AP) — Fox can thank Derek Jeter and Jack Bauer for a strong week in the television ratings. Last week's telecast of the Major League Baseball All-Star Game was seen by 11.3 million viewers and was the week's most popular live program. The game had a bigger audience than any of the last three editions of the midsummer classic, as it turned into a tribute to Jeter, the retiring New York Yankees shortstop. Action hero Bauer, portrayed by Kiefer Sutherland, led the final episode of the "24: Live Another Day" miniseries into the Nielsen company's list of top 10 programs. An estimated 6.5 million people watched it last Monday. As a result, struggling Fox finished second in viewership among the networks and first w

  • Nielsen's top television programs for July 14-20


    Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for July 14-20. Listings include the week's ranking and viewership. 1. Major League Baseball All-Star Game: National vs. American, Fox, 11.34 million. 2. "America's Got Talent" (Tuesday), NBC, 8.53 million. 3. "Extant," CBS, 7.96 million. 4. "NCIS," CBS, 7.93 million. 5. "60 Minutes,' CBS, 7.9 million. 6. "Under the Dome," CBS, 7.64 million. 7. "The Big Bang Theory," CBS, 7.1 million. 8. "The Bachelorette," ABC, 6.91 million. 9. "24: Live Another Day," Fox, 6.47 million. 10. "Unforgettable," CBS, 6.39 million. 11. "Big Brother" (Sunday), CBS, 6.27 million. 12. "Big Brother" (Wednesday), CBS, 6.22 million. 13. "N

  • Bradley Cooper Explains 40 Pound Weight Gain


    There's a little more Bradley Cooper to love these days and that's alright with us. ET caught up with the actor on the red carpet of the Guardians of the Galaxy premiere in Hollywood and he talked about his burly new physique.

  • 14-Year-Old Michelle Williams is Adorable on the Set of 'Lassie'


    It's been 20 years since Michelle Williams' debut on the big screen in the 1994 retelling of Lassie. ET was with the cast on location in rural Virginia, where we caught up with the young starlet in her first movie role. As if we needed this moment to be any more adorable, Michelle plays with a puppy (yes, a puppy!) as she tells us about her portrayal of female lead, April Porter.

  • Madonna's Daughter Lourdes Leon Graduates High School, Blogs About Prom


    Lourdes Leon may just be the most relatable teenager. Well, as relatable as it gets when you're the daughter of Madonna. But like many teenagers her age, the 17-year-old who goes by Lola is a high school graduate and has some charming things to say about the experience on her blog for the Material Girl Collection. Lola starts by expressing relief that there is no longer an "ominous presence of another year of high school and test taking." We all feel her pain and are excited about her summer with her, but then she reminds us that summer in New York isn't all it's cracked up to be. Showing a flair for writing, she sets the scene, "New York currently feels like its inside a fat mans sock. I. E. humid and gross.

  • Whitney Houston's Mother Cissy Responds to Lifetime Biopic: 'Please Let Her Rest'


    The late Whitney Houston's family is not supporting Lifetime's highly anticipated biopic on the legendary singer. On Tuesday, Whitney's mother Cissy Houston told ET exclusively that the family is "exhausted" by the "continuing misinformation and comments offered by people who did not know her," and pleaded with fans to "please let her rest." Video: Whitney Houston Biopic Will Feature Her Songs ... But Not Her Voice Continue reading...

  • Selena Gomez Turns 22 With Bikini-Filled Girls Trip With Cara Delevingne


    Selena Gomez left all the boy drama at home for her 22nd birthday, celebrating on a yacht in St. Tropez with her girls, including model Cara Delevingne. The Come & Get It singer's gal pals took to Instagram to document their relaxing getaway, which included parasailing, tanning and "jumping for joy fully clothed." Pics: 22 Times Selena Gomez Looked Too Pretty for Words Continue reading...

  • An Elderly Man Throws Crutches Away to Dance


    An elderly man proves that age is nothing but a number and when you have crutches that are preventing you from dancing, you can just throw those away and break out in the middle of a crowd. A group of swing dancing couples surround him, but he decides that he doesn't need a partner and can dance all on his own. Bill Haley's "Rock Around the Clock" is the tune that inspired his moves. He was rocking "all round the clock" or the dance floor in this case! Continue reading...

  • Working late in life, directors refuse to say cut


    Visiting a retired Frank Capra at his Sierra Nevada hideaway, Clint Eastwood was baffled. "I always thought: 'He could be making a film right now. He's as lucid as could be. Here's the great Frank Capra not doing it,'" Eastwood recalled of the famed director, who died in 1991 at 94, three decades after his last film. "I always thought, 'I wonder why that is?'" Eastwood, who at 84 just released the musical "Jersey Boys" and wrapped shooting on the Navy SEAL drama "American Sniper," isn't the only filmmaker blowing past conventional retirement age. This Friday, Woody Allen, 78, will, like clockwork, release his latest, the French Riviera romantic comedy "Magic in the Moonlight." He's also already on to the next one, shooting in

  • Freida Pinto speaks at girls' rights summit in UK


    LONDON (AP) — Actress Freida Pinto of "Slumdog Millionaire" fame has joined forces with girls' rights campaigners in calling for an end to the practice of female genital mutilation. The Indian actress, an ambassador for an international children's development organization, called Tuesday for more progress to abolish the practice as she addressed Britain's inaugural "Girl Summit." UNICEF, the United Nations' children agency, said some progress has been made on ending female genital mutilation, most commonly practiced in Africa and the Middle East. It is still highly prevalent in Egypt, Sudan, Mali and Somalia. The agency and Britain's government hope that the summit will help galvanize action to end the practice within

  • What to do in Oklahoma on July 22, 2014: "Look on the Bright Side of Life" with Lyric Theatre's "Spamalot"

    Brandy McDonnell | Published: Tue, Jul 22, 2014

    Today’s featured event: “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life” and see Lyric Theatre’s staging of the Monty Python musical “Spamalot” at 7:30 tonight at the Civic Center, 201 N Walker. Performances continue at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 8 p.m. Friday, 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday. That Tony Award-winning musical will fill the […]

  • The Source mag launches expo, all-star concert


    NEW YORK (AP) — The hip-hop magazine The Source is celebrating its 25th year with an expo and an anniversary concert. "The Source 360" at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, is being billed as the place "where hipsters meet hip-hop," but will expand to include fashion, fitness, tech and more. The magazine says the goal is to show how hip-hop has led to innovation in other areas. The Sept. 19-21 event will include an anniversary concert featuring Wu-Tang and others, according to a statement released Tuesday. The Source is one of the longstanding publications chronicling hip-hop.

  • Correction: Obit-Thomas Berger story


    NEW YORK (AP) — In a story July 22 about the death of author Thomas Berger, The Associated Press erroneously reported that the main character in his novel "Little Big Man" fought with the Cherokees at the Battle of Little Big Horn. He fought with the Cheyenne. A corrected version of the story is below: Thomas Berger, 'Little Big Man' author, dead at 89 Novelist Thomas Berger, who reimagined American West in 'Little Big Man,' dies in NY at 89 By HILLEL ITALIE AP National Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Thomas Berger, the witty and eclectic novelist who reimagined the American West in the historical yarn "Little Big Man" and mastered genres ranging from detective stories to domestic farce, has died at age 89.

  • Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello Step Out as One Hot Couple


    It doesn't get much more gorgeous than these two. After multiple sightings of Modern Family star Sofia Vergara and True Blood stud Joe Manganiello appearing extra cozy together on social media, the two finally stepped out together in front of photographers in Los Angeles over the weekend looking very much like a couple, with Joe slinging his arm around a blonde Sofia. Video: Sofia Vergara & Joe Manganiello's Romance Timeline Continue reading...