At 9:00PM Eastern tonight (May 18), HBO will air highlights from the 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. However, if you don't have HBO, or if you don't want to wait until tonight to relive that evening, we have everything you need here.
When Heart take the stage for their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tonight (April 18), it will be the first time the band's original lineup have performed together since Roger Fisher left after his personal relationship with Nancy Wilson ended in 1979.
Money, power, drivers, personal assistants at your beck and call ... who doesn't occasionally fantasize about being famous? From the pages of those glossy magazines, it seems like celebrities have it all. And it turns out they really do have it all—even heart disease.
As we near the end of National Heart Health Month, it's important to remember that no one is immune to heart disease, not even thos
Valentine's Day may be over, but that doesn't mean you have to take down all of your heart decorations yet. February is also American Heart Month, so keep gluing glitter to pink construction paper while you educate yourself on all the ways to make sure your future is heart-disease-free.
To get you started, we've answered five big questions about heart health below.
February is American Heart Month, and a number of celebrities have gotten in on the message—in particular, Allison Janney. Janney is now the spokesperson for Go Red for Women, a campaign by the American Heart Association aimed at spreading awareness that the number one killer of women (and men) is heart disease.
In a performance that had Robert Plant on the verge of tears, Ann & Nancy Wilson of Heart sang 'Stairway to Heaven' as the finale of a star-studded musical tribute to Led Zeppelin during the Kennedy Center Honors, which were broadcast last night (Dec. 26) on CBS.