Sean Spicer pressed (gently) as ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ guest

This was a smiling, chill Spicer, in marked contrast to the six hot-tempered months he spent as White House Press Secretary, conducting volatile news conferences that were given added heat thanks to Melissa McCarthy’s unsparing impersonation of him on “Saturday Night Live.”

‘Sopranos’ mobster, veteran actor Frank Vincent dies at 80

Vincent had small roles in two Spike Lee films, “Do the Right Thing” and “Jungle Fever,” and also was in “The Pope of Greenwich Village,” ”Last Exit to Brooklyn,” ”Night Falls on Manhattan” and “Shark Tale,” among his more than 50 movies.

After a hiatus, Michelle Pfeiffer returns in ‘mother!’

Along with “mother!” which Paramount Pictures will release Friday, Pfeiffer co-stars in Kenneth Branagh’s upcoming, more old-fashioned mystery “Murder on the Orient Express.” She has joined the cast of the “Ant-Man” sequel and earlier this year premiered the Sundance Film Festival entry “Where is Kyra?” in which she plays a woman struggling to survive in Brooklyn on her ailing mother’s income.

Apple unveils $999 iPhone X, loses ‘home’ button

“One more thing.” With that phrase, Apple paid homage to its late co-founder Steve Jobs for the 10-year anniversary of the iPhone on Tuesday when it unveiled its latest — and, at $999, its most expensive — new version of the device, the iPhone X.

Networks set aside hour for hurricane benefit

A one-hour hurricane relief benefit originally intended to help Texas victims of Harvey but expanded to help people affected by Irma, is set to air across more than a dozen television networks, including CBS on WANE-TV, on Tuesday.

Amateur guitarists set to compete at Sweetwater

20 area guitarists aged 12-18 will compete in the Young Guns Guitarist competition for a Fender Telecaster guitar and a shot to play alongside blues guitarist Davy Knowles.