Chart-toppers Aerosmith on Monday announced a "farewell" tour for 2017, although they stopped short of saying the shows will be their last.
Fancy spending the night in a former military prison that is now a youth hostel with an artistic twist? In Slovenia you can.
A dozen young men and women stand before a rock face on the outskirts of Islamabad, they take turns climbing up the limestone.
Since its release in the United States, Australia and New Zealand last week, the free Pokemon Go smartphone game that overlays play on the real world has triggered a craze tinged with obsession.
With crazy costumes, pulsating music the Rio Carnival's top performers swatted aside Zika worries to get down for the world's biggest party
Residents of Scotland's remote Shetland Islands brandishing swords and shields celebrated their Nordic roots in a fest that culminated in burning of a Viking ship replica.
"Gangnam Style" star Psy acknowledged that he could never repeat the phenomenal global success of his 2012 hit, but said he was perfectly happy being "just another" K-pop artist.
Eldar Ryazanov, one of the most popular film directors of the Soviet era whose comedies captured the unique absurdities of life under Communism, died Monday aged 88.
British singer Adele is to go on tour in Europe next year, her first live dates in five years, she announced.
Benjamin Clementine, the experimental singer and poet with deep roots in Paris, won Britain's Mercury Prize and dedicated the award to the attack-stricken city.
Justin Bieber's new album has smashed the record for first week streaming on Spotify.
Adele will shun streaming as she launches her long-awaited album "25," which is predicted to be the biggest release in years.
English rock act Florence and the Machines will headline two US summer music festivals, which announced lineups months before expected amid growing competition.
David Beckham was declared "sexiest man alive" by People magazine, joining an elite club including last year's winner, Chris Hemsworth, and a handful of other above-average men.
Hollywood star Denzel Washington will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the Golden Globes for his contribution to cinema.
The new James Bond movie "Spectre" stayed atop the North American box office in its second week in theaters, bringing in $33.7 million.
The Los Angeles premiere of the latest "Hunger Games" movie has been toned down and at least two television shows have been cancelled in light of the Paris attacks.
Will Smith hopes his new film "Concussion" will jolt parents into realizing their kids' health could be at serious risk when they sign them up to play American football.
Pop idol Justin Bieber is finding a new way to say "Sorry" -- in Spanish.
Will Smith, one of the first mainstream rappers who has since become an Oscar-nominated actor, is returning to music with a tour.
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