Christina Ricci On SHOWTIME's 'Yellowjackets': 'I Like The Idea That These Women Aren't Likable Or Good People'Christina Ricci discusses 'Yellowjackets,' coming to SHOWTIME on Sunday, November 14th at 10:00PM.
'Felt A Little Off': Man Recalls Moving From Front Of Stage With 9-Year-Old Son At Travis Scott Astroworld Concert“You didn’t have time to digest what was going on. I didn’t think that we were in a place where people were losing their lives and desperate to get out.”
Aftershock Sets Record, Bringing In $30 Million To Sacramento EconomyAfter a two-year-long hiatus, the Aftershock Music Festival returned this year to Discovery Park bringing in a record-setting 145,000 fans.
Rolling Stones Retire Popular Hit ‘Brown Sugar’(CNN/KDKA) — The Rolling Stones have retired their classic song “Brown Sugar,” which begins with a slave narrative and sexualizes young Black women. Mick Jagger told the Los Angeles Times that the band had phased the song out of their concert lineups. “We’ve played ‘Brown Sugar’ every night since 1970, so sometimes you think, ‘We’ll take that one out for now and see how it goes,'” he said. “We might put it back in.” Keith Richards told the Times he hopes to be able to play some version of the song in the future. “I’m trying to figure out with the sisters quite where the beef is. Didn’t they understand this was a song about the horrors of slavery? But they’re trying to bury it. At the moment I don’t want to get into conflicts with all of this sh**,” he said. “But I’m hoping that we’ll be able to resurrect the babe in her glory somewhere along the track.” Released in 1971, the opening lines of “Brown Sugar” reference a woman being sold into slavery and whipped around midnight. The chorus in the song includes “brown sugar,” referring to Black women, asking “How come you taste so good?” Critics have railed against the song for years, condemning its violent and stereotypical portrayal of Black women. “I never would write that song now,” Jagger told Rolling Stone in 1995. “I would probably censor myself.” The Rolling Stones are currently on their “No Filter Tour,” with stops in North American cities scheduled through November. It is the first tour for the group since the death of the band’s late drummer Charlie Watts. The band stopped at Heinz Field earlier this month, and according to setlists posted online, “Brown Sugar” wasn’t played. (TM and © Copyright 2019 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. CNN contributed to this report.)
LeVar Burton Named Grand Marshal Of 2022 Rose ParadeSacramento native LeVar Burton is getting a new honor: he will help ring in the new year as the Roseville Parade grand marshal.
Aftershock Festival Returns, Making Sacramento International Destination For Music FansThe Aftershock Festival is back after a COVID cancellation in 2020.
Who Was Karissa Rajpaul?Karissa Rajpaul was a 26-year-old aspiring adult film actress and social media star.
Mother, Daughter Face Murder Charges After Illegal Butt Implant Procedure Kills Aspiring Social Media Star Karissa RajpaulPolice say two women performed an "outlaw buttocks augmentation procedure" on 26-year-old Karissa Rajpaul of Encino on Oct. 15, 2019. Neither woman has a medical license, and the procedure was performed in a non-medical facility, according to police.
'Kenny Rogers: All In For The Gambler' Comes To CBS September 23rd: 'He Will Remain Forever In Our Hearts'The life and legacy of country music legend Kenny Rogers is honored in a new star-studded concert special, 'Kenny Rogers: All In For The Gambler,' to be broadcast Thursday, Sept. 23rd at 9:00PM, ET/PT.
Cedric The Entertainer Wants You Ready To Laugh For The Emmys And 'The Neighborhood': 'It's All Poppin' Off''Tune into CBS for the '73rd Primetime Emmy Awards' this Sunday night starting at 8PM ET and the fourth season premiere of 'The Neighborhood' on Monday, September 20th also at 8PM ET.
'The Struggles Were Real': Actor Don Darryl Rivera On CBSN Documentary 'Ghost Light: The Year Broadway Went Dark'Don Darryl Rivera stars as Iago in the Broadway production of "Aladdin" and he talks with us about the new CBS News documentary highlighting the year when Broadway went dark.
Hamilton Debuts In Sacramento Bringing Thousands To New Performing Arts CenterBroadway is back in Sacramento as Hamilton made its debut in the city Wednesday. The cast was the first to take the stage at the new SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center.
Survivor 41: Downloadable Survivor Pool'Survivor 41' is just one week away! Get ready for the brand-new two-hour premiere Wednesday, September 22nd, and start your own Survivor pool!
Comedian Norm Macdonald Dies At 61Legendary comedian, actor and writer Norm Macdonald has passed away at the age of 61.
South Park Creators Trey Parker & Matt Stone Say They've Agreed To Buy Casa Bonita“South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone told Colorado’s governor they’ve agreed to purchase Casa Bonita