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January 23, 2018 5:40 AM Bill Cosby Performs for Older Crowd in First Comedy Show Since Trial

Bill Cosby is back to doing stand-up (or sit-down) for the first time since his sexual assault trial last summer ... and his crowd and venue has certainly changed. Cosby's performed a live comedy set Monday at the LaRose Jazz Club in Philly alongside the Tony Williams Jazz Quartet. Most of Cosby's material focused on the comedian's struggle with blindness 75

January 13, 2018 12:00 AM Rodney Hood Fined $35,000 for Slapping Fan's Cellphone Away After Ejection

Utah Jazz shooting guard Rodney Hood received a $35,000 fine from the NBA on Friday for slapping a cellphone out of a fan's hand after getting ejected from Wednesday's 107-104 road victory over the Washington Wizards at Capital One Arena. Hood was not available to comment on the situation after the contest, per Kyle Goon of the Salt Lake Tribune 70

January 12, 2018 7:39 PM NBA's Rodney Hood Fined $35k For Slapping Phone Out of Fan's Hand

The NBA is slapping back at Rodney Hood ... hitting the Utah Jazz star with a hefty $35,000 fine for smacking a cell phone out of a fan's hand Wednesday night. Hood was ejected after his 2nd technical foul during the 3rd quarter of the Jazz vs. Wizards game. When he was heading to the locker room, Hood unleashed his anger on the fan's phone. It's not the first 47

January 12, 2018 11:58 AM Cuba Gooding Jr to star in Chicago

Show me the jazz hands! Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding Jr will make his UK stage debut this year when hit musical Chicago returns to the West End. The Jerry Maguire and Boyz n the Hood star will play smooth-talking lawyer Billy Flynn in the show, which hasn't been seen in London since 2012. It will be the first musical for the 50-year-old, recently 54

January 8, 2018 7:12 PM A Cabaret Star’s Comeback

Marilyn Maye, a ‘Tonight Show’ regular in the 1960s, is performing at Jazz at Lincoln Center and hopes Broadway is next But after a nearly two-decade break from the big stage in New York, the cabaret star known in the 1960s for her jazz performances, hit singles and regular “Tonight Show” appearances is experiencing a comeback, playing popular jazz-cabaret 58

January 7, 2018 11:12 PM Miami Heat vs. Utah Jazz, Game recap

Richardson layup in closing seconds beats Jazz and extends Heat win streak to four The Heat has had difficulty so far this season sustaining momentum at home. On Sunday, Miami did something it hadn’t been able to do all season in its home building — win a game after trailing heading into the fourth quarter. Josh Richardson’s layup with 5.1 seconds remaining 63

January 7, 2018 9:23 PM Mardi Gras festivities kick off in New Orleans; look back through the years of the wild celebrations

1987 Birmingham International Jazz and Blues Festival, Artists, 3rd July 1987. The Mardi Gras New Orleans Parade Band are marching around the streets as part of the Jazz Festival. A woman dances in a hula skirt in a Mardi Gras parade amidst men in costumes, New Orleans, Louisiana, circa 1950. A group of boys and girls dressed up as pirates, cowboys 69

December 28, 2017 3:36 PM SEE IT: Never-before-seen clip from ‘The Breakfast Club’ unearthed

SEE IT: Never-before-seen 'Breakfast Club’ clip unearthed A never-before-seen clip from the 1985 classic “The Breakfast Club” has just been released as part of a special release of the movie by The Criterion Collection — and Vulture got a sneak peak of the ultimately deleted scene. In the video, Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy are together in the Girls’ 96

December 27, 2017 5:37 PM On the go: Events and happenings this week around Houston

This music festival, hosted by The Secret Group, will showcase bands including Hoax and Haze, Playa Familia, Foe G4ng, Jamie Hancock, Jared Smith, Phenomenon The Poet, Bake Boys, $light Team and Gunnaboyk. Actor, deejay, producer, writer and comedian who starred in "In Living Color," "The Wayans Bros.," and "White Chicks." Discovery Green's LGBTQ ice skate 78

December 26, 2017 3:25 AM Brooklyn Judge’s Latest Decision: Writing a Novel

Federal judge Frederic Block has drawn on actual cases for a book he calls a work of ‘reality fiction’ U.S. District Judge Frederic Block presides over a federal courtroom in Brooklyn, where he has heard cases ranging from this year’s 5Pointz graffiti case to the 2003 trial of former Gambino crime boss Peter Gotti. When not on the bench, the 83-year-old 48