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Are Pearl Jam Touring Baseball Stadiums This Summer?

Pearl Jam's website accidentally leaked dates in for a month of shows at major league baseball stadiums this summer.

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Hezbollah chief weighs in on Lebanon's Spielberg controversy

The leader of Hezbollah is weighing in on a local controversy surrounding Steven Spielberg's newspaper drama "The Post," saying it was wrong to screen it in Lebanese theaters.

Censorship authorities had recommended the ban because the director is blacklisted by the Arab League over his support for Israel, but a Lebanese minister reversed the decision, allowing it to open Thursday in theaters across the country.

Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah on Friday said Spielberg's name is on a "black list" of Israeli supporters and noted he was blacklisted by the League for donating $1 million to Israel for reconstruction during its 2006 war with Lebanon.

Nasrallah said showing the movie in Lebanon was tantamount to "rewarding" Spielberg under the pretext of art, freedoms and tourism.

'Call Me By Your Name,' 'Lady Bird' land GLAAD nominations

GLAAD says the depiction of gay-inclusive story lines in movies improved last year, allowing it to nominate five feature films including "The Shape of Water" and "Call Me By Your Name" for its GLAAD Media Awards.

The nominations announced Friday are an improvement from last year, when the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender advocacy group said there were only two feature films worth nominating. That was its lowest number of film nominees since 2003.

The other nominees for GLAAD's top film honor include "Battle of the Sexes," ''Lady Bird" and "Professor Marston and the Wonder Women."

GLAAD also nominates work in various other media, including television, music, journalism and comic books. Winner announcements are spread between two ceremonies in April and May.

Journey, Def Leppard joining up for North American tour

Journey and Def Leppard are joining together for a 60-date North American tour.

Journey confirmed the rumors of a joint tour on its Twitter page Friday morning.

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“The rumors are true! @JourneyOfficial @DefLeppard are teaming up for a 2018 North American tour kicking off May 21st in Hartford, CT,” the band said. The news comes after Journey guitarist Neal Schon teased a tour announcement from the two groups Sunday.

The two groups first toured together in 2006.

“Twelve years ago we embarked on a US tour with Journey and it was an absolute blast,” Def Leppard bass guitarist Rick Savage said in a statement. “Looking forward to hooking up again. Believe me, this will be even more spectacular.”

Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliot spoke to Rolling Stone about the tour.

“The fact that we’re touring with Journey, and it’s putting us into huge arenas like Madison Square Garden and stadiums, that is very special for us. It’s two iconic bands touring together,” Elliot said. “It makes it more of an event when the bill is all bands that people have heard of. We went out with a really good band called Tripping Daisy in 1996, but nobody cared. But when you have people like Cheap Trick, Poison, Heart or Journey, it makes for a better night for the people in the crowd. They come in and they know what they're going to get.”

According to a news release on the tour, Journey will close half of the shows and Def Leppard will close the the other half. Tickets go on sale at LiveNation.com starting Feb. 3. Information on pre-sale and VIP tickets has not been announced.

The tour dates can be seen below.

May 21 - Hartford, Connecticut, XL Center 

May 23 - Albany, New York, Times Union Center 

May 25 - Hershey, Pennsylvania, Hersheypark Stadium 

May 26 - Buffalo, New York, KeyBank Center 

May 28 - Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena 

May 30 - Cincinnati, U.S. Bank Arena 

June 1 - Toronto, Rogers Centre 

June 2 - Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena 

June 5 - Raleigh, North Carolina, PNC Arena 

June 6 - Knoxville, Tennessee, Thompson-Boling Arena 

June 8 - Bristow, Virginia, Jiffy Lube Live 

June 9 - Charlotte, North Carolina, Spectrum Center 

June 11 - Philadelphia,  Wells Fargo Center 

June 13 - New York, Madison Square Garden 

June 15 - Newark, New Jersey, Prudential Center 

June 16 - Baltimore, Royal Farms Arena 

July 1 - Atlanta, SunTrust Park 

July 3 - Noblesville, Indiana, Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center 

July 4 - Milwaukee, Summerfest 

July 6 - Memphis, Tennessee, FedExForum 

July 7 - North Little Rock, Arkansas, Verizon Arena 

July 9 - Tulsa, Oklahoma, BOK Center 

July 11 - Louisville, Kentucky, KFC Yum! Center 

July 13 - Detroit, Comerica Park 

July 14 - Chicago, Wrigley Field 

July 16  - Wichita, Kansas, INTRUST Bank Arena 

July 18 - Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Denny Sanford PREMIER Center 

July 19 - Lincoln, Nebraska, Pinnacle Bank Arena 

July 21 - Denver,  Coors Field 

July 23 - Des Moines, Iowa, Wells Fargo Arena 

July 25 - Kansas City, Missouri, Sprint Center 

July 27 - Minneapolis, Target Field 

July 28 - Fargo, North Dakota, Fargodome 

Aug. 11 - Boston, Fenway Park 

Aug. 13 - Virginia Beach, Virginia, Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater 

Aug. 15 - Columbia, South Carolina, Colonial Life Arena

Aug. 17 - Fort Lauderdale, Florida, BB&T Center

Aug. 18 - Tampa, Florida, Amalie Arena 

Aug. 20 - Birmingham, Alabama, Legacy Arena @ The BJCC 

Aug. 22 - Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center

Aug. 24 - St. Louis, Busch Stadium

Aug. 25 - Nashville, Tennessee, Bridgestone Arena 

Aug. 27 - New Orleans, Smoothie King Center

Aug. 29 - Dallas, American Airlines Center 

Aug. 31 - San Antonio, AT&T Center 

Sept. 1 - Houston, Toyota Center 

Sept. 5 - Albuquerque, New Mexico, Isleta Amphitheater 

Sept. 7 - Phoenix, Talking Stick Resort Arena 

Sept. 8 - Las Vegas, T-Mobile Arena

Sept. 21 - San Francisco, AT&T Park 

Sept. 23 - San Diego, Petco Park 

Sept. 25 - Salt Lake City, Vivint Smart Home Arena 

Sept. 26 - Nampa, Idaho, Ford Idaho Center Arena 

Sept. 28 - Portland, Oregon, Moda Center 

Sept. 29 - George, Washington, Gorge Amphitheatre 

Oct. 1 - Vancouver, Rogers Arena 

Oct. 4 - SacramentoCalifornia, Golden 1 Center 

Oct. 6 - Los Angeles, The Forum 

Royal close shave: Prince William opts for dramatic buzz cut

The hair on the heir is no longer quite so apparent.

Prince William, whose hairline has been receding for years, has opted for a dramatic close-shaved new hairstyle.

The buzz cut was captured by photographers as 35-year-old William, who is second in line to the British throne behind his father Prince Charles, visited a London children's hospital on Thursday.

British bookmakers are looking to profit from William's hair loss. They are now taking bets on what style he will sport at younger brother Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle on May 19 at Windsor Castle.

Harry has teased William for years about his thinning hair.

Bookie William Hill is offering 1-2 odds on the current closely cropped style, 6-4 on a totally shaved head and 6-1 on a hair transplant.

Winter is here: "Game of Thrones" ice hotel opens in Finland

A "Game of Thrones"-themed ice hotel complete with a bar and a chapel for weddings has opened in northern Finland in a joint effort by a local hotel chain and the U.S. producers of the hit TV series.

Lapland Hotels said Friday they chose "Game of Thrones" to be the theme for this season's Snow Village, an annual ice-and-snow construction project covering 20,000 square meters (24,000 sq. yards) in Kittila, 150 kilometers (93 miles) above the Arctic Circle.

Snow Village operations manager Janne Pasma told Finnish national broadcaster YLE that he was a huge fan of the series and it was "a dream come true" that HBO Nordic agreed to go along with his team's initiative.

HBO Nordic spokeswoman Nina Palmroos said "Game of Thrones" fans from all over the world have been "completely overwhelmed" by the hotel.

"We found it a wonderful idea. Some of the world's best ice sculptors have done very detailed and thorough work," Palmroos said, calling the hotel's dragon particularly impressive. "Fans are very loyal to the series and this gives them a chance to experience something unique."

The hotel, which stays open until early April, suggests that guests stay only one night due to below-zero temperatures.

Alex Llifeson Admits Rush Are 'Basically Done'

Guitarist for the prog-rock band Rush shoots down the idea of any future by the group, saying 'after 41 years, we felt it was enough.'

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Ex-employee: Michael Douglas fondled himself in front of her

A woman who worked for Michael Douglas in the late 1980s says he fondled himself in front of her — an allegation the actor has vigorously denied.

Susan Braudy appeared Friday on NBC's "Today" show.

Braudy, a journalist and author, says Douglas unbuckled his belt, put his hand into his trousers and fondled himself in her presence. She says a friend later cautioned her not to tell anyone.

Douglas, a two-time Oscar winner, told Deadline earlier this month that he anticipated an upcoming report would contain an allegation by a former employee that he acted inappropriately in front of her about 32 years ago. He called it a "complete lie, fabrication." He says his wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, "has been very supportive."

Douglas' publicist said he would have no further comment.

Jackée Harry says 'Sister, Sister' is being revived

The sisters are meeting up again, and Jackée Harry couldn’t be happier.

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Harry, who played Lisa Landry on the 1990s television series “Sister, Sister,” told Steve Harvey on his talk show Tuesday that a reboot of the series was imminent, ET Online reported.

“Yeah, it’s happening,” Harry said. “I’m excited.”

“Sister, Sister” aired from 1994 to 1999. The series centered around twin sisters Tia and Tamera, who were separated at birth and adopted. Tia (Tia Mowry) was adopted by Landry, while Tamera (Tamera Mowry) was adopted by Ray Campbell (Tim Reid).

Harry was promoting her role as JoAnn Payne on “The Paynes,” but spoke fondly of her time with the twin sisters, calling them “my babies,” ET Online reported.

Rumors of a reboot were rekindled in October when Tia Mowry told ET that a reunion series was "closer than ever." 

“That's basically all I can say,” she said. “But I'm getting excited.”

30 Years Ago: Megadeth Struggle Through 'So Far, So Good … So What!'

Having seriously stepped up their game on 'Peace Sells … But Who’s Buying?' in 1986, Megadeth were poised to make a run at the thrash-metal crown on the follow-up.

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