Card collectors offering $1M for one-of-a-kind 'Lord of the Rings' trading card yet to be released
A one-of-a-kind "Lord of the Rings" trading card called "One Ring," featured in the upcoming Magic: The Gathering expansion pack, is already worth $1 million.
Portrait of Leonardo DiCaprio sells for whopping $1.3M at Cannes Film Festival
A canvas painting of Leonardo DiCaprio sold for over $1 million at the amfAR Cannes gala, with the actor's mother watching the bidding with glee.
Chris Christie 'invented' in your face politics: Joe Piscopo
Former 'SNL' cast member Joe Piscopo discusses the NJ gov. naming the state sandwich after Taylor Swift and Chris Christie reportedly 'considering' 2024 presidential bid.
Tips for Taylor Swift tickets: Melanie McGovern of BBB
Director of PR and social media at the Better Business Bureau Melanie McGovern joined ‘Mornings with Maria’ to share how Taylor Swift fans can safely purchase tickets and avoid online scams.
Dennis Quaid on moving Hollywood to Texas: 'It's a business thing'
Actor Dennis Quaid joins 'Varney & Co.' to discuss how lower taxes and fewer regulations may push the movie industry into the Lone Star State.
Stability AI unveils new tool for generating animations with just a text prompt
Stability AI on Thursday released Stable Animation SDK, a new tool that allows users to generation animations by only typing a few prompts.
Ed Sheeran 'very happy' with not liable verdict in copyright trial
Pop star Ed Sheeran reacted Thursday to the not liable verdict in the copyright trial examining whether he stole key elements of Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On" song for Sheeran's hit "Thinking Out Loud."
Texas student sets her dreams on becoming Disney's CEO someday
Texas Tech University student Cori Borgstadt says her passion to become a successful leader like Disney CEO Bob Iger began when her parents bought her first share of Disney stock.
Visitor accidentally shatters Jeff Koons sculpture at Miami art show
A balloon dog sculpture created by Jeff Koons shattered during an art show last week in Miami. It happened after an art collector tapped the piece while it was on display.
First patterning technology in 160 years hits the sewing industry
Watch as Ditto projects sewing patterns in seconds. Ditto lead educator Amy McMullen, content creator Tabitha Sewer and fashion designer Anastasia Chatzka share details at New York Fashion Week.
Bruce Springsteen fan magazine shutters in protest after 40 years due to 'The Boss' exorbitant ticket prices
Bruce Springsteen's surging concert ticket prices and Ticketmaster backlash caused a fan site to cease publication out of protest after decades in circulation.
Taylor Swift Ticketmaster crisis sparks Senate Judiciary hearing, Live Nation and SeatGeek called as witnesses
Senators Amy Klobuchar and Mike Lee will lead Senate Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on competition in ticketing industry with witnesses from major agencies.
All-American startup turns scratched vinyl into household treasures
Vinylux founder and owner Jeff Davis says he's been turning a profit since week one by re-purposing old records and turning them into journals, clocks, mirrors, coasters and more.
Made-in-America small business repurposes old vinyl records into clocks, coasters, notebooks and more
Vinylux founder and owner Jeff Davis says over the last 20 years, his vinyl record refurbishment company has been turning a profit.
Judge orders Detroit museum not to move van Gogh painting amid lawsuit
A judge on Wednesday ordered the Detroit Institute of Arts to hold onto a painting by famous post-impressionist Vincent van Gogh following a lawsuit by the work's owner.
Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud expands his culinary expertise with new restaurants, food hall in NYC
Chef Daniel Boulud, who heads multiple Michelin-starred operations, details new culinary projects being built in Midtown Manhattan.
Viral ATM that shows users’ bank balances slammed by Charlamagne tha God: 'Why would you want to use this?'
Multimedia mogul Charlamagne tha God weighed in on an ATM machine that publicly displays the user’s checking balance and sold for $75,000 at Art Basel.
An arts organization emerges from the pandemic
A former taxi garage is now a space dedicated to helping artists in New York City.
Ticketmaster may require a ‘government intervention’: Tennessee AG Jonathan Skrmetti
Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti weighs in on Ticketmaster’s decision to cancel their main ticket sales for Taylor Swift’s upcoming concert tour on ‘Mornings with Maria.’
Bob Dylan love letters sell for almost $700K
A collection of 42 love letters written by a young Bob Dylan was put up for auction and sold to a prestigious bookstore in Portugal for almost $700,000.