Cooking shows, game shows, animated series ‘HouseBroken’ among Fox primetime highlights

Temps are rising outside, so why not stay in and check out what’s on TV? Thankfully, you don’t have to go far for good shows.Read More

Shania Twain ready to resume Vegas residency with ‘Let’s Go!’ show

Sin City is getting a little more country. Live music is back, and Shania Twain is ready to resume her residency this year. The countryRead More

Long-awaited ‘Quiet Place’ sequel,’ Disney’s ‘Cruella’ kick off summer movie season

There’s nothing like Memorial Day at the movies. It kicks off the summer box office season — just as people are finally going back toRead More

Deco previews Le Rouge Nightclub, a new hotspot opening in Wynwood next month

Want to party like they do in Paris? You’re in luck. A new club is channeling the vibe of a legendary French hot spot. DecoRead More

Designer Alvin Valley opens popup store at The Ritz-Carlton South Beach

It’s no secret we love clothes and dressing pretty! Even at home we’re dressed to the nines. We look like this 24/7! Kidding! Seriously, toRead More

‘The Masked Singer’ season five wraps up with the top 3

It’s the un-masking we’ve all been waiting for. Season five of “The Masked Singer” wraps up tonight. But first, who will walk away a winner?Read More

Patrick Wilson, Vera Farminga talk raising hell as the Warrens in ‘The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It’

Note to self: When you’re possessed, “The Devil made me do it” is such a better excuse than “The dog ate my homework.” Got it.Read More

Donnie Wahlberg, Omarion revealed ahead of ‘Masked Singer’ Season 5 finale

This season’s “Masked Singer” finale is just days away. Just when you think you’ve seen it all, the singing competition showed up with bigger andRead More

As ‘Mission: Impossible’ turns 25, Deco looks back at Cruise’s crazy stunts

The first “Mission: Impossible” film is celebrating its silver jubilee on Saturday, which means Tom Cruise has been pulling out all kinds of crazy stuntsRead More

Stars of ‘In the Heights’ screen adaptation open up about family, representation

Get ready to get your musical fix. “In the Heights” is hitting the big screen in just a couple of weeks, but some of theRead More