John Cusack apologizes for anti-Semitic tweet
Actor John Cusack is apologizing for tweeting an anti-Semitic cartoon and quotation after defending the post, then deleting it.
The image showed a blue Star of David above a hand pushing...
Peter Gabriel, "Rated PG" (Real World)
If you're a fan of Peter Gabriel, you probably know his popular hits like "Sledgehammer" and "Big Time," as well as maybe some older classics like...
NEW YORK (AP) — The Tribeca Film Festival has added a "Say Anything..." reunion screening to its upcoming festival, as well as the premiere of a documentary on Phish lead singer and guitarist Trey...
Theatre Factory's "A Christmas Story," Dec. 7-17, Trafford. 412-374-9200 or thetheatrefactory.org
Steel City Con with Richard Dreyfus and John Cusack, Dec. 8-10, Monroeville Convention Center. steelcitycon.com
"A John Waters' Christmas: Holier and Dirtier," Carnegie Lecture Hall, Oakland. warhol.org
Kris Allen's "Something About Christmas" tour, Club Cafe, Pittsburgh's South Side. clubcafelive.com
Comedy could be serious business for Memphis community
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — "You look like a camo wedding is in your future."
"You look like John Cusack pretending to be Joan Cusack."
"You look like you have your own parking space at 'The Maury Povich Show.'"
Smart Rating: 85.03Genre: Children, Musical, AnimatedStarring: Meg Ryan, John Cusack, Kelsey GrammerThe evil wizard Rasputin (Christopher Lloyd) puts a hex on the royal Romanovs and young Anastasia (Meg Ryan) disappears when their palace is overrun. Years later, the Grand Duchess (Angela Lansbury) offers a reward for Anastasia's return. Two scheming Russians (John Cusack, Kelsey Grammer), planning to pawn off a phony, hold auditions and choose an orphan girl with a remarkable resemblance to the missing princess. They bring her to Paris for the reward, not knowing she's the real Anastasia.
CHICAGO — Warning to Chicago Cubs fans everywhere: You have won nothing.
Sure, your National League pennant makes for a nice conversation starter over at Murphy’s Bleachers. And, OK, it’s great to have such iconic Cubs fans as Bill Murray, John Cusack and Eddie Vedder tooling around with the regular folk at festive, electric Wrigley Field.
Celebrities among those long-suffering Chicago Cubs fans
CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Cubs are trying to do something that hasn't happened in the lifetime of anyone born in the last 108 years: win a World Series.
So naturally, the chance to be part of that history has prompted people who live in Chicago, once lived in Chicago or just rooted for the Cubs from miles away to descend on Wrigley Field or tune in on television.