Programming for art center opening next year begins in May
NEW YORK (AP) — Programming for a New York City arts center opening next year is scheduled to begin this spring.
The planned program for the Shed, a new Manhattan arts center, is called "A Prelude to the Shed" and is free. The New York Times reports the show will be a collaborative between architect Kunlé Adeyemi of NLÉ Works and artist Tino Sehgal.
Concert guide: Macklemore, Azealia Banks and more on stage in Houston
Boys Don't Cry and HeartByrne
Guess which one is a Cure tribute band and which one is a Talking Heads homage. 8 p.m. at Warehouse Live, 813 St. Emanuel; 713-225-5483.
Country singer grew up in Richmond and counts Elvis Presley, Johnny Rodriguez and George Strait among his influences. 9 p.m. at Firehouse Saloon,5930 U.S. 59 S.; 713-977-1962.
Cody Sparks Band
Texas country trio calls Austin home. 9 p.m. at Goode Co. Armadillo Palace, 5015 Kirby; 713-526-9700.
Azealia Banks thinks Cardi B is a "poor man's Nicki Minaj".
The outspoken musician has slammed the hip-hop star after she recently sealed her first-ever US number one with her track 'Bodak Yellow', which displaced Taylor Swift at the top of the charts.
Responding to Cardi's success, Azealia wrote in a series of now-deleted tweets: "I'm sorry. Black industry men are too hype for this Latina girl I've never seen them jump like this for Remy [Ma] or Nicki [Minaj].
Iggy Azalea has ended her long-running feud with Azealia Banks by joining forces for a collaboration.
The '212' rapper will appear on the Australian beauty's forthcoming record 'Digital Distortion' as the pair have decided to bury the hatchet once and for all after being at each other's throats since a tirade was launched in 2014.
Azealia Banks has accepted a plea deal after she allegedly punched a nightclub security guard and bit her breast.
The outspoken rap star was set to stand trial for misdemeanour, assault and attempted assault - but she will now instead complete a 26-week series of anger management classes, which will ultimately see her charge reduced to disorderly conduct.
Azealia Banks picks fight with Rihanna over Trump order
Rapper Azealia Banks has launched another social media beef, and this time her target is Rihanna.
Banks called out the Barbados-born Rihanna after the singer tweeted : "Disgusted! The news is devastating! America is being ruined right before our eyes!" The tweet was a response to President Donald Trump's order to temporarily suspend immigration from seven Muslim majority nations.