By Shaye McCoy | 09/19/2017
In their self-proclaimed âpoliticalâ show, The Second City performed almost two hours of sketch and improv comedy for a nearly full house in McCrary Theatre Thursday night. Hailing from Chicago, The Second City opened in 1959 and has produced comedy greats like Tina Fey, Gilda Radner, and ...
Frat parties arenât for everyone, but music is universal. Throughout North Carolina, cool concert venues are tucked away in the mountains, and some only require a 30-minute drive. If youâre looking to step outside the bubble and are in the need of a concert fix, hereâs a guide to the hippest ...
Decorate like a champ (or a Kardashian) Put on your Martha Stewart hat and break out your finest China this Thanksgiving.
“You used to call me on my cell phone” ... is the beginning lyric of this song of the week. And it doesn’t take a lot of guessing to know that it’s none other than Drake’s big single "Hotline Bling."
Since Halloween was this past weekend, "American Horror Story" sandwiched two Halloween themed episodes around the holiday.
“Superego” by Disclosure is that song you can’t seem to stop playing. You know the one. It’s catchy, it’s sassy and it will probably be stuck in your head all week long.
After what seemed to be the longest week ever, the day my roommates and I had been waiting for all week finally came. The Taylor Swift 1989 World Tour was stopping in Greensboro, and we had three seats in section 126 with our names on it.
Just last night on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars," Bindi Irwin and Derek Hough took on a true classic with a nod to the 80s hit "Dirty Dancing," and they didn’t disappoint.
When I’m checking into a hotel, the last thing I’m worried about is ghosts stalking me, people sewn into my mattress and some vampires sucking my blood.
Today’s song of the week is called “Kill Em With Kindness,” a dub-step/EDM type track from the new Selena Gomez album, Revival, put out just last week.
Bravo, Jennifer! Keep fighting for your rights. Women's rights are human rights, and we support that notion — always.
Forget the UGG boots, Pumpkin Spice Lattes and flannels — I know it’s fall when the season premieres of my favorite shows start popping up again, and that means it’s time to stock up on the tissues. The season of ugly sobbing and excessive hyperventilation is upon us, my friends, and no other show can get us into that creepy, soul-sucking, Halloween mindset like "American Horror Story."
Selena broke her silence about her lupus diagnosis with Billboard magazine's Oct. 17 issue.
Comedic couple Anna Faris and Chris Pratt went back to their roots this weekend, celebrating their Seattle upbringings at the 50th anniversary of the city zoo.
The newest mom on the block, Blake Lively, shared some pretty big news on Wednesday. The blonde bombshell informed Vogue.com that her lifestyle blog, Preserve, will no longer be updated.
It is no surprise that Gigi Hadid has class and dignity on top of her dazzling looks. On Monday, Gigi released a statement on Instagram that captured her raw emotions and feelings towards the negative comments she receives on social media about her looks and figure. “These are obviously also people that don’t think of you as an actual human with actual feelings, which I think is a really big problem right now in social media,” Gigi told Vogue.com exclusively. “There are people who feel like they’re able to hide behind their usernames and their private accounts, who feel like they can say whatever they want and it won’t affect anyone.
Last week we showed you a very bloody Donald Trump, and this week we're continuing the conversation with more menstrual-talk. First, let's talk about Lammily dolls: they're basically Barbie dolls, only with normal, realistic, human proportions and features. Their newest feature: having their period. Yup, you read that right.
Tuesday, One Direction announced that its fifth studio album, “Made in the A.M.,” is scheduled to drop Nov. 13. Yes, we needed a day to take it all in.
Comedians, Amy Poehler and Nick Kroll are done after two years of dating. US Weekly reported that the couple simply couldn't make it work due to their busy schedules, a source exclusively told US Weekly. "Unfortunately, they just couldn't make the relationship work with their schedules," said one insider to the magazine who was close with both comedians. Amy and Nick's love couldn't last because of their constantly busy schedules. "They really tried, but it just wasn't realistic anymore," adds the source.
Just in case you somehow missed all the Emmy awards, fashion week sightings, album releases and celebrity backlash that are already making headlines this week, here’s a recap: