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The Districts are now hitting the big time. They’ll open for the Rolling Stones in Quebec City in July. Next weekend, they’ll appear at the three-day Governors Ball Music Festival in New York. They'll also hit the Tennessse Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival stage.
Hailing from Lititz, Pennsylvania, The Districts are on a fast track to stardom. The four band members are all under 21 and featured on TIME magazine's Top Artists to Watch in 2015 list. "4th and Roebling" is the new single off their studio album.
The summer movie season is well under way, but last week’s box office results surprised Hollywood -- and not in a good way. Now, the movie mecca may be forced to transition from big-budget releases to smaller budget, independent movies. Fandango managing editor Erik Davis joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to preview indie films that could make a big splash
An email reportedly sent to fans informed them the tour -- which was initially postponed -- won't be happening after all
Reviews for the film are in, and say the CGI disaster spectacular delivers in typical Dwayne Johnson style
​A court order that granted the "Gossip Girl" star temporary custody of her children to allow her to bring them back from Monaco was halted Thursday
Harrison Ford is flying for the first time since his small plane crashed on a California golf course back in March.
Jill Soloway reveals Kim Kardashian said her family has seen the Amazon series about a transgender parent and "loved" it
"Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular" will live for only six weeks during Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party this fall
Patterson, already one of the book world's most popular authors, is now becoming a publisher for children's books