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Songs of Hope Gala Fetes Established Veterans, Rising Stars While Welcoming Back ‘RWQuarantunes’

Live events are back in a big way from coast to coast but that doesn’t mean virtual gatherings are a thing of the past — nor is the pandemic phenomenon RWQuarantunes. WME partner Richard Weitz…

‘Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over’: Film Review | TIFF 2021

Dave Wooley, who has co-written a memoir and a kids' book with Dionne Warwick, makes his film debut as co-director of a doc celebrating her career.

‘Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things’: Film Review

THR review: Leslie Woodhead's doc 'Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things' traces the life and half-century career of the jazz luminary.

Guys Rock Bold Patterns at the Grammys

The Jonas Brothers, Usher and YG were among the artists to let loose with statement prints and patterns on music's biggest night.

Smokey Robinson and James Corden Battle in Soul Music Riff-Off

Smokey Robinson and James Corden had a soul music riff-off during Wednesday's 'Late Late Show.' While Robinson performed classic soul songs, including "Get Ready" and "Cruisin'," Corden sang modern…

‘The Apollo’: Film Review | Tribeca 2019

The 2019 Tribeca Film Festival opens with Roger Ross Williams' 'The Apollo,' a moving ode to the historic Harlem theater.

Smokey Robinson, Jimmy Fallon Set for Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

The 91st annual parade is set to take place Nov. 23.

Tracy Morgan to Honor Smokey Robinson at Little Kids Rock Benefit

Robinson will receive the "Rocker of the Year" honor at the eighth annual benefit on Oct. 5.

‘Motown: The Musical’: Theater Review

Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross and the R&B classics from the Motor City can't be beat as Broadway's rousing jukebox musical about the birth of Motown hits the road.

Hollywood Reporter’s Guide to the Grammys

The 57th Grammy Awards will broadcast live from Staples Center at 5 p.m. PT Sunday on CBS.

Michelle Obama and Janelle Monae Team Up for Arts Education at Grammy Museum Luncheon

"We cannot be satisfied until every child has some exposure to the arts," said the First Lady.

Smokey Robinson Points to U.S. Constitution in Fight With Ex-Wife Over Song Rights

The singer-songwriter argues that a federal copyright law preempts Claudette Robinson's claim of being entitled to a share of his big hits.