NEW YORK—Bruce Springsteen will not be touring with the E Street Band in 2019.
Springsteen on Tuesday posted on Twitter that they hope to be back soon. But The Boss says he wants a break after his "Springsteen on Broadway" show wraps up on Dec. 15 and he's working on various recording projects.
Springsteen says members of the band are out performing with their own projects and deserve support.
Springsteen wished his fans "Happy Holidays!"
NEW YORK—When it comes to making a statement about female empowerment, Glenn Close lets her roles do the talking. The actress has blazed trails throughout her nearly five-decade career without being overtly political.
On Monday, the Museum of the Moving Image honored Close with a gala and its annual award.
Before the honor, Close admitted she was "very emotional" while writing her remarks and remembering the incredible people she's collaborated with over the years.
Looking back on her body of work, Close is comfortable being called a role model for a generation of young women.
"I do. I do. Yes, I'm very proud of that. And, I think that has mattered too," Close said. "I speak through my work."