Calle 13 is a three-time Latin Grammy Award-winning and Grammy Award-nominated Puerto Rican hip hop and alternative-reggaeton duo formed by step-brothers who call themselves Residente (lead singer, writer) and Visitante (keyboards, vocals, writer, beat producer).
"Hell Hath No Fury" tells the story of a successful single woman who, at the urging of a friend, reluctantly decides to give dating another shot. She meets a charming man who sweeps her off her feet, and while they're traveling in Las Vegas, he convinces her to marry him. But he's not as great a guy as he pretends, and when she figures that out, she sets out to take her life back by any means possible.
Nick Swardson is perhaps best known for his recurring role as Terry Bernadino in the TV series "Reno 911!," but he has also appeared on "The Tonight Show," "Comedy Central Presents" and many more, as well as the film "Bucky Larson: Born to be a Star," which he also wrote and produced.
Don't miss the star-studded The Hispanic Choice Awards (HCA) which honors Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware’s Latino professionals, organizations and businesses across all sectors. The ceremony will feature live performances from today’s top Latin music performers and appearances by local & national leaders and a VIP After Party.
Tweaking the familiar until it warps; David Sedaris mines poignant comedy from his peculiar childhood in North Carolina, his bizarre career path, and his move with his lover to France. Including his last releases, the New York Times' Bestselling books, When You Are Engulfed in Flames and Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk: A Modest Bestiary, David Sedaris' wickedly witty observations of the ordinary-bizarre is always sure to deliver insights and laughs. One of six children in a second-generation Greek family, he grew up in Raleigh, NC. In 1977, he dropped out of Kent State University to hitchhike around the country. Aside from working as an elf, Sedaris has worked a number of charmingly quirky jobs such as a house painter, an apple picker, an aide in a mental hospital, a creative writing teacher at the Art Institute of Chicago, and an apartment cleaner. Sedaris made his comic debut recounting his strange-but-true experiences of being a Macy's elf, reading his "Santaland Diaries" on National Public Radio's Morning Edition in 1992. His sardonic humor and incisive social critique have made him one of NPR's most popular and humorous commentators. In 2001, he was named Humorist of the Year by Time magazine and received the Thurber Prize for American Humor.
So You Think You Can Dance, the Emmy Award-winning show that has helped sparked America's fascination with dance, is set to captivate audiences again this fall with more stops than ever before. Celebrating its 11th season, the Show's Top-10 finalists will make their way across North America, performing in more than 70 cities. Don't miss this chance to watch these incredible dancers perform their hottest routines in jazz, ballet, hip-hop, contemporary, ballroom, mambo, salsa styles and more.
Written by famed horror novelist, Stephen King, with music by John Mellencamp and T Bone Burnett. The musical's superb blues and roots songs, performed by a stellar collection of guest artists, drives this haunting tale of fraternal love, lust, jealousy and revenge, 13 years in the making.