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Mark Lewis talks Rain: A Tribute to The Beatles shows in New York Special

Mark Lewis, founder and band member, chatted with Digital Journal about "Rain: A Tribute to The Beatles," and their upcoming show at The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York from May 3 to 6, 2018.

The Paramount clocks in at No. 7 worldwide in Pollstar Magazine

The Paramount in Huntington on Long Island has clocked in at No. 7 worldwide in the third quarter of 2017 in Pollstar Magazine.

Review: The Night Game delights on 'The Outfield,' to tour this summer Special

The Night Game has released their new single "The Outfield." The band announced headlining dates for their North American tour this summer, and they will also be supporting global music star John Mayer on his tour.

Collective Soul talks New York summer shows, advice for musicians Special

Wantagh - Dean Roland, the rhythm guitar player from the alternative rock band Collective Soul, chatted with Digital Journal about their upcoming shows in New York.

'Vacation' takes to the road; Cruise relies on another 'Mission'

"Vacation" started early and it may be a rough road as it continues. Even with the early start, it will not overcome the other newcomer, "Mission: Impossible - Rouge Nation."

'Pixels' plays lower than expected as 'Ant-Man' wins again

"Pixels" proved not worthy of a box office title as it fell to "Ant-Man." Adam Sandler has lost his luster as his new video game action film fell flat.

Reality TV stars Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald are engaged

News is out that Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald are engaged. Fans of this couple are happy to hear that this "19 Kids and Counting" couple will be getting married.

Ellie Goulding to play Madison Square Garden shows in New York

British pop songstress Ellie Goulding will be playing two shows in New York City's Madison Square Garden in March of 2014.

Review: 'The Walking Dead' shocks and awes with intense mid-season finale

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! The amazingly successful zombie drama "The Walking Dead" lives up to its high standards with a spectacular mid-season finale.

Op-Ed: The top 5 Breaking Bad scenes you'll want to watch over and over

In honour of Breaking Bad returning to television on Sunday night, these are the most rivetting and stunning scenes from the hit AMC show about a chemistry teacher-turned-drug dealer.

Review: Why Broadchurch is the best whodunit on TV Special

Coming to American and Canadian shores this month, the British eight-episode drama Broadchurch is the stuff of a TV classic: sharp tension, well-rounded characters, breathless pacing and an ending you won't be able to shake from your mind for days.

Photo Essay: Welcome to car show season Special

Is it time to finally get to that car project you've been hiding in your garage since you were 20? Don't know where to begin? This is the perfect season to check out the many weekend car shows to get some ideas.

U.K. West End theatre turns 350

London - The London West End, home of much of British and International theater, turns 350 years-old this month. Special events are being held to mark this historical milestone.

Mark Twain Prize for American Humor awarded to Carol Burnett

The Mark Twain Prize for American Humor now goes through the legendary Carol Burnett. It was announced today (May 22) that Burnett is this year's prize winner.

Free ticket today for the 2013 Atlanta Boat Show

Atlanta - Looking for fun this weekend and in the Atlanta area, head on down to the Progressive Atlanta Boat Show, and check below for a link to the Marine Trade Association of Metro Atlanta who are sponsoring Family Day today for a free ticket.

Op-Ed: 'Alcatraz' and 'The River' Should Shine

From a show that seems like a flashback to "Bosom Buddies" to one that has inmates from The Rock coming back, it's time for TV. Meanwhile, "American Idol" returns on Jan. 18 and the coveted after Super Bowl slot goes to "The Voice" on Feb. 5.

New poll shows spreading distrust of Wall Street and government

According to the ABC News/Washington Post Poll, political and ideological divisions show a sharp split in how the public views Wall Street financial institutions, Washington and the national news media—with Wall Street rated the most unfavorable.

The 'V' cast plot to invade home video and a return to prime time Special

With shocking plot twists, dazzling special effects and nonstop action, actors Elizabeth Mitchell, Scott Wolf & Morena Baccarin discuss why the First Season of the rebooted 'V' (now on Blu-Ray/DVD) is one alien close encounter you don't want to miss.

Watching medical shows could be 'bad for your health'

Watching too many television shows with medical content such as news and drama could cause people to become more concerned about their health and reduce their overall life satisfaction, according to a new study by the University of Rhode Island.

Spring Craft Fairs in the Ozarks Special

Ozark artists, craftspersons, and vendors gathered in Northwest Arkansas to showcase and sell their products. Craft fans flocked to various sites to peruse and make purchases of items ranging from handmade quilts to flour made at a historic grist mill.

MTV's New Teen Wolf Series is a Go

MTV is going ahead with the plans for a pilot episode of the Teen Wolf=based series. With the recent popularity of werewolves, thanks to Twilight, MTV is taking the jump into the outrageous.

Op-Ed: Las Vegas is a bargain again and still a great time Special

Las Vegas has become a real bargain again with great room rates, show discounts, wonderful food, and now you get some insider information to everything that is Vegas. Plus, Vegas is home to beautiful people as we give you Natalie Holbrook, VIP host.

UK: Missed Hospital Appointments Cost NHS £600 million

Hospitals in the United Kingdom lose around £100 per patient in revenue from missed appointments. Young men are targeted as the worst offenders.

Op-Ed: It's Scary When Mike Tyson Makes Sense

Hold onto your hats, Mike Tyson's girlfriend wants him to perform on 'Dancing with the Stars.' You read that right, she wants the man who bit off a guy's ear to get down and dirty on the dance floor. Pardon me as I faint.

Watch TV Shows and Movies on YouTube

YouTube added a new category called “Shows”, where users can watch popular television shows and movies thanks to a partnership with Crackle, CBS, MGM, Lionsgate, Starz and others.

YouTube now serves full-length TV shows like Star Trek, MacGyver with ads

YouTube has posted full-length TV shows like the original Star Trek, MacGyver and Beverly Hills 90210. You can watch these classic in full theater view.

Vonage founder brings the top TV shows to one website

Jeff Pulver, the founder of Vonage, wants to make watching online video experiences similar to traditional TV, and his new site brings tops shows from major broadcasters into one site.

5th Annual CFA-Iams Cat Championship at Madison Square Garden

The 5th Annual CFA-Iams Cat Championship is being held at Madison Square Garden in New York City. This event will be held from October 13th to the 14th and is expected to draw many cat lovers.

China orders strict curbs on 'Idol-style' TV shows

China has now ordered strict curbs on "American Idol"-style television shows, including a ban on voting through the Internet, telephone or text messages, state media reported Saturday.

As An Italian Journalist Begs, His Driver Is Beheaded - Video Footage

The disturbing footage from the Italian TV showing the lead up to the beheading of a man
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