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Photographer Amber Gercken and her 10-year-old daughter Lily have been stuck in their Mokena, Ill., townhouse since Illinois' stay-at-home order took effect. more
On the eighth and final season of Showtime's "Homeland," Sam Trammell has joined the ensemble. more
The demand for female comics on SiriusXM was growing louder. more
The 74th Tony Awards have been postponed indefinitely due to the novel coronavirus. more
"Crip Camp," a documentary about a "summer camp for the handicapped run by hippies" that inspired the disabled rights movement, opened the Sundance Film Festival in January with volunteers turning … more
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson "feel better," the "Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood" actor tweeted Sunday. more
Eventually, though, those of us who had tickets to concerts and other events now sidelined by the coronavirus will have to figure out if, when and how to get our money back. more
In a measure of how rapidly the spread of COVID-19 has changed the entertainment landscape, just two weeks after its announcement Netflix has postponed its all-star Netflix Is A Joke Fest. more
Stuart Whitman, the TV and film actor whose screen credits included roles between the 1950s and 2000, among them "The Comancheros" and "The Mark," has died. more
"Onward" features an openly LGBTQ character and that's a big deal — for a Disney film. more
Hachette Book Group will no longer be publishing Woody Allen's memoir. more
LOS ANGELES — Netflix is known for going big or going home — whether that means its original programming slate, awards campaigns or subscriber base. Now, the streamer is applying the … more

Round Rock's Chalk Walk Arts Festival featured several chalk art murals by individuals, businesses, students and organizations on Friday and Saturday at the Dell Diamond Stadium.

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