Entertainment News | WRHL http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=507 Entertainment News 2014-09-20T07:04:16Z Entertainment News Ruby Dee memorialized in NYC with song and dance NEW YORK (AP) — Actress and civil rights activist Ruby Dee was memorialized Saturday in poetry, dance and song at a packed Harlem cathedral where Alicia Keys sang her song "Superwoman," Wynton Marsalis performed a stirring trumpet solo, and well-wishes were sent from Sidney Poitier, Harry Belafonte and the White House. U2 guitarist gets boost in bid for Malibu mansions MALIBU, Calif. (AP) — The guitarist for U2 finally has an edge in getting his long-planned compound of mansions built in the mountains above Malibu. 'Cape Fear' actress Polly Bergen dead at 84 Los Angeles (AFP) - Emmy-winning actress and singer Polly Bergen, best known for playing a terrorized wife in the classic 1962 thriller "Cape Fear" alongside Gregory Peck and Robert Mitchum, died Saturday, her publicist said. She was 84. 2-day iHeartRadio festival kicks off on Las Vegas LAS VEGAS (AP) — Taylor Swift didn't divulge any more new secrets about her forthcoming album when she took the stage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas, but the crowd's enthusiasm about her bouncy new single, "Shake it Off," seems to bode well for the new record. Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows WASHINGTON (AP) — Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: Garcia Marquez-inspired opera comes to Washington Washington (AFP) - Washington's stately Kennedy Center is staging its first opera in Spanish -- a dreamy tale of a jungle boat journey and lost love, all inspired by the work of Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Polly Bergen, versatile actress, singer dies at 84 NEW YORK (AP) — Emmy-winning actress and singer Polly Bergen, who in a long career played the terrorized wife in the original "Cape Fear" and the first woman president in "Kisses for My President," died Saturday, according to her publicist. She was 84. Craig Ferguson plays it loose with new game show LOS ANGELES (AP) — Craig Ferguson approached his first TV game show host's job with a subversive attitude. Then came the simple matter of his wardrobe for "Celebrity Name Game." Japan's controversial Miike to get Rome film award Japanese director Takashi Miike, whose violent and often controversial films boast a huge cult following, will be awarded the 2014 Maverick Director Award at the Rome film festival, organisers said Saturday. Lady Gaga: 'It's a very happy time in my life' NEW YORK (AP) — After hip surgery and parting ways with her longtime manager, Lady Gaga says things are looking up. 'Nearly empty' Picasso museum open in Paris PARIS (AP) — Paris' Picasso museum is reopening for two days this weekend after five years of closure over a renovation fraught with setbacks, accusations and sackings. But if the public expects art they'll be disappointed: it's practically empty. Actress detained by police refuses to apologize LOS ANGELES (AP) — An actress who was detained by Los Angeles police is refusing to apologize for claiming race played a role in the incident, despite calls from local civil rights leaders. Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows WASHINGTON (AP) — Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: Keyshia Cole arrested on suspicion of battery LOS ANGELES (AP) — Police say Grammy-nominated R&B singer Keyshia Cole has been arrested on suspicion of battery after an altercation early Friday morning in Los Angeles. E! says 'Fashion Police' will continue The E! TV channel says that "Fashion Police" will continue without Joan Rivers. Waltrip balances racing with dancing on reality TV LOUDON, N.H. (AP) — Michael Waltrip could have used a heel turn or a lock step to escape his scores of fans on pit road. TV drama takes diplomatic turn with 'Madam Secretary' Washington (AFP) - Television's fascination with Washington takes a diplomatic turn in "Madam Secretary," a new CBS drama series whose lead character has more than a few traits in common with Hillary Clinton. Daughter calls Utah doctor a monster at sentencing A Utah doctor convicted of murdering his wife in a case that became a true-crime cable TV obsession was sentenced Friday to 17 years to life in prison at a hearing in which his daughter called him a monster. Jolie to direct film about Kenya conservationist Los Angeles (AFP) - Angelina Jolie is to direct a "sweeping epic" film about veteran Kenyan conservationist Richard Leakey's fight with ivory poachers, the studio behind the movie said Friday. 'Ghostlight' proves Buckley not bound by Broadway LOS ANGELES (AP) — Underestimate Betty Buckley at your own peril. One man foolishly did while the singer and actress was starring as a mom in the TV series "Eight is Enough." Defiant Singaporeans view banned film in Malaysia Hundreds of defiant Singaporeans protesting censorship gathered in Malaysia on Friday to see a documentary banned by regulators in their home country as a threat to national security. John F. Kennedy's WWII letters sell at auction BOSTON (AP) — A collection of letters John F. Kennedy sent to the family of a lost PT-109 crewmate sold for $200,000 at an auction. TV special puts Stonehenge in spotlight LOS ANGELES (AP) — President Barack Obama pronounced England's Stonehenge "cool" during a side trip there earlier this month. Picassos among pieces going on public view in Ohio COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — When retail mogul Leslie Wexner peers at one of the Picassos, Dubuffets or Giacomettis in the personal art collection he and his wife Abigail have amassed over the years, he feels a range of emotions that often include gratitude, defeat and exhilaration. Gospel stars tour after recent operations ATLANTA (AP) — Donnie McClurkin can hardly talk. Fred Hammond could barely walk. But the Grammy-winning gospel singers are preparing for the Festival of Praise Tour, which spans 31 cities. Depp co-stars in quirky horror-comedy 'Tusk' Los Angeles (AFP) - Twenty years after his breakthrough movie "Clerks," director Kevin Smith is back with "Tusk" -- a dark comedy featuring Johnny Depp as a cop hunting a psychopath who is trying to turn a man into a walrus. Fallon to pay up, broadcast show in Chicago CHICAGO (AP) — "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon says he'll keep his word to bring his show to Chicago, thanks to local students making good on their promise to read millions of words this summer. Obama: Campus sex assault an affront to humanity WASHINGTON (AP) — Amid a new focus on violence against women, President Barack Obama kicked off a star-powered campaign Friday against campus sexual assault particularly targeted at encouraging men to take a stand. Jazz at Lincoln Center opens season with 'Ochas' NEW YORK (AP) — Wynton Marsalis opened Jazz at Lincoln Center's 2014-15 season with the world premiere of "Ochas," a three-movement suite blending jazz with the traditional folkloric music of Cuba and the Afro-Cuban Santeria religion. A sampling of works from the Wexner Collection Well-known works from the private collection of Leslie and Abigail Wexner that are included in the "Transfigurations" exhibit, which opens Sunday at the Wexner Center for the Arts on the campus ... Ads pulled from LA buses amid complaints of racism LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority is pulling ads for the Fox television show "Red Band Society" from nearly 200 buses amid complaints they are racist and offensive to women. Iranian youth behind 'Happy' video sentenced TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Six young Iranian men and women videotaped dancing to Pharrell Williams' "Happy" and the homemade video's director have been sentenced to suspended jail terms and lashes, their lawyer said Friday. 'Gotham' actor's Penguin inspired by DC Comics NEW YORK (AP) — Robin Lord Taylor remembers seeing the "Batman" film starring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson on its opening night in 1989. Color lines are blurred in ABC comedy 'black-ish' BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Tracee Ellis Ross delivers perhaps the funniest line you'll hear on a sitcom this fall. Artist says tax case shows China's dark side BEIJING (AP) — China's best-known dissident artist, Ai Weiwei, has accused his country's Communist government of losing its principles and using underhanded ploys to try to silence critics. Bennett, Gaga: Kids should know more about jazz NEW YORK (AP) — Kids, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga have homework for you: Listen to their new jazz album. 'The Voice' returns Monday with Pharrell, Stefani UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. (AP) — Gwen Stefani is surrounded by men. She has three sons with husband Gavin Rossdale and is the only female in her rock band No Doubt. Original Marquis de Sade manuscript on display PARIS (AP) — The original scroll upon which the Marquis de Sade penned his famed, often-banned tale of sexual extremism is going on public display. American performers get standing ovation in Iran TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Hundreds of Iranian art lovers gave a troupe of Chicago-based puppeteers flowers and a lengthy standing ovation at the Tehran City Theater at the end of their historic performance this week during a rare visit by American performers to the Islamic Republic. Alec Baldwin passionate about green energy NEW YORK (AP) — Alec Baldwin says he is passionate about green energy and is hoping next week's U.N. climate summit brings home to Americans that the United States has fallen behind other countries in promoting wind and solar power. WRHL 2014-09-21T00:04:16Z http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=507