Christian McBride is no stranger to the main stage at the Newport Jazz Festival and this year he'll again be up there in a trio with pianist Chick Corea and drummer Brian Blade. But he'll also be turning his attention to a new role backstage as he takes over as artistic director from festival founder George Wein.
DON'T MISS: "Survivor's Remorse" - Apparently it's not enough that LeBron James rules the NBA - he also serves as an executive producer of this must-see basketball comedy. In Season 3, the show's title gets literal as star point guard Cam Calloway (Jessie Usher) and his family cope with the fallout of a tragic accident involving Uncle Julius (Mike Epps). But don't worry: The season won't be a total bummer because, when it comes to dishing out laughs, this show's got game. 10 p.m. Sunday, Starz.
Marvel Studios took a year off from Comic-Con, but it came back with a pow on Saturday with a spectacle and star-filled presentation offering exclusive looks at "Spider-Man: Homecoming," "Doctor Strange" and "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2."
They came from California, Florida, Indiana and points in-between. A YouTube star made a surprise appearance, members of a favorite boy band poured their hearts out in a video message and flowers arrived from around the world.
Sen. Tim Kaine returned to his longtime parish Sunday to re-energize his faith, sing solo with the gospel choir, and ask for prayers as he's launched into the national spotlight as Hillary Clinton's running mate.
A leading Egyptian Sunni Muslim cleric has warned against the dangers of playing too much of the wildly popular mobile phone application "Pokemon Go," adding to Mideast religious voices that have sometimes been sterner in their critique of the game.
The new app Pokemon Go is attracting people all over the nation, including Raleigh, North Carolina residents. Some players were gathered in Nash Square in downtown Raleigh on the morning of July 11, and explained how to play the game. Nintendo's first major foray into the mobile app space appears to be going well -- in only two days, Pokemon Go made the company $7.5 billion, according to reports. Credit: Jill Knight/News & Observer