Monday Apr 7
Bette Midler: 4.1 Million Pandora Streams = $114, "Impossible for songwriters to earn a living"
Bette Midler has joined the slowly growing chorus of musicians and songwriters concerned about payments from streaming music services.
Monday Apr 7
A View From A Broad
An institution, really: There just isn't any other way to look at Bette Midler .
John Edwards Barred From Donor Bunny Mellon's Funeral
Disgraced politician John Edwards, who quit his 2008 presidential campaign in shame after an extramarital affair was exposed, was barred from his wealthy benefactor Bunny Mellon's funeral by her family.
Bette Midler on Oscars preparation: "I thought I was gonna die laughing"
For more than four decades, Bette Midler has entertained audiences on screen, stage, and even in those famous bathhouses.
National Public Radio
The Divine Miss M's 'View From Abroad'
Morning Edition host David Greene sits down with Bette Midler at NPR's studios in New York.
Bette Midler Re-Releases Memoir a View from a Broad With New Intro Today
It is described on Amazon as: "Grammy award-winning singer, Academy Award-nominee, Broadway star of her critically acclaimed one-woman show and beloved actress in The Rose, Beaches and Down and Out in Beverly Hills - Bette Midler is a household name whose career and fans span generations.
New York Daily News
Bettle Midler: 'I opened the door for trashy singers with big t-ts'
The Divine Miss M talked with The News about her memoir 'A View from Abroad,' reissued this year thanks to demand from her fans.
The Washington Post
At Bunny Mellona s funeral, flowers and celebrities
Frank Langella was a young actor in 1961 when Bunny Mellon walked into a Cape Cod, Mass., summer playhouse looking for her daughter, Eliza.
Bette Midler Reissues Her 1980 Memoir A View from a Broad
She wowed at The Oscars and now Bette Midler, 68, is reminding fans of her wit with the reissue of her 1980 memoir, A View From A Broad .
Herb Williams curates OZ Nashville's first visual art exhibition for TNT
There's a branch of cultural anthropology that views a person's garbage as the most accurate window into their life.