New York's Madison Square Garden is sometimes called the "world's greatest arena," but it's definitely the world's highest-earning arena, thanks in no small part to Billy Joel. Over the past year, the Garden grossed $241.4 million and sold 1.8 million tickets,
(HARRISONBURG, Va.) -- A 20-year-old man was arrested Sunday on suspicion of shooting eight people at an outdoor gathering near the campus of James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, police said. The suspect was identified as Tyreaf Isaiah Fleming of Harrisonburg, according to a statement... Read More.
(HARRISONBURG, Va.) -- At least eight people were injured early Sunday near the campus of James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, when gunshots were fired into a crowd gathered outside an off-campus apartment complex, police said. The gunfire broke out in a neighborhood southwest of... Read More.
Reba McEntire is keeping the fun going with the extension of her Reba: Live in Concert tour. After launching the tour in November 2021 with several sold-out shows throughout 2022, the country legend has added 14 new dates in 2023, including her debut headlining show at Madison... Read More.
After name-dropping Billy Joel in her song "Deju Vu," teen pop star Olivia Rodrigo joined the Piano Man to perform the hit tune Wednesday night during the latest installment of his monthly residency at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The two duetted on... Read More.
Eric Church's headlining show at Madison Square Garden was made even more impressionable with the presence of Ashley McBryde. When Eric's backup singer, Joanna Cotten, tested positive for COVID and announced she was unable to perform during the final night of The Gather Again Tour, the Chief... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Madison Cawthorn, a Republican congressman from North Carolina, was caught trying to go through security with a loaded gun at Charlotte Douglas International Airport Tuesday morning, according to multiple sources. This was the second time the controversial congressman has been stopped trying to... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Republicans on Capitol Hill appeared frustrated with the weeklong controversy sparked by Rep. Madison Cawthorn, who made unsubstantiated claims in a recent interview that some of his colleagues invited him to sex parties and used cocaine. "It's pretty clear to me that Madison must... Read More.