The Sun Zia Transmission line project which would serve California and Arizona with a majority of wind powered electricity from Central New Mexico has been on the planning table fo
London's Dominion Theatre will be considerably less rocking after May 31, as the popular Queen-themed musical We Will Rock You is set to end its 12-year run at the venue that day. The production has run nine years longer than any other show at the theater, and is one of the top 10 longest-running West End shows of all time.
Keith Richards has already won acclaim as an author for his award-winning 2010 memoir, Life. Now the Rolling Stones guitarist is seeking more literary satisfaction by writing an autobiographical children's book. Gus & Me: The Story of My Granddad and My First Guitar is a picture book in which the legendary rocker recounts how his beloved grandfather helped inspire his own love of playing music.
Scott Ian is a huge KISS fan, but he has an unusual opinion about the band's upcoming induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Who cares?
Contrary to a recent article from Billboard reporting that U2's next studio album won't be released until next year, a spokesperson for the band tells U.K. newspaper The Guardian that the record is still expected to be released in 2014.
Gene Simmons will guest-star in an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, set to air this week. The KISS singer/bassist will play -- guess what? -- a rock star on the crime drama, accused of murder. In the hammy trailer for the show, Simmons is questioned by detectives for slaying a groupie and growls, "If you think I'm a killer, you can kiss my..."
(LOS ANGELES) -- The Muppets took Hollywood on Tuesday night, when a premiere for their new movie, Muppets Most Wanted, was held there.
(LOS ANGELES) -- On Monday night's Bachelor finale, runner-up Clare Crawley said Juan Pablo Galavis made an inappropriate comment to her on their final date. She didn't reveal what that comment was, but if a couple of new reports are accurate, it was pretty crude.
(NEW YORK) -- Northern Irish actor Kristian Nairn, who plays Hodor, the tall servant of Bran Stark, on HBO's Game of Thrones, has publicly come out as gay.
(NEW YORK) -- Tom Bergeron is lightening his workload at ABC. He has announced he is leaving America's Funniest Home Videos after two more seasons.
(WELLINGTON, New Zealand) -- It has just been revealed that Star Trek star Chris Pine was arrested for drunk driving in New Zealand on March 1, according to the New Zealand Herald.