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Actress Patrice Wymore, widow of Errol Flynn, dies at age 87

Actress Patrice Wymore, the wife of late actor Errol Flynn, died after suffering from pulmonary disease, a family spokesman said on Monday. She was 87.

Chicago opera scene hits high note with loyal audiences

The plot summary of U.S. opera in recent years has unfolded like the last act of a Verdi tragedy: New York City Opera, dead; Opera Boston, dead; San Diego Opera, on its final aria.

David Brockie, frontman for heavy metal band Gwar, found dead at home

David Brockie, frontman for the satirical extra-terrestrial metal band Gwar, has been found dead at his Richmond home, police said. He was 50.

Disney promotes ABC News chief Sherwood to top TV job

ABC News President Ben Sherwood next year will replace Anne Sweeney as co-chairman of Disney Media Networks and president of Disney/ABC Television Group, Walt Disney Co said on Monday.

'Homeland' actor James Rebhorn dies of melanoma: agent

James Rebhorn, the tall, lanky character actor who appeared in dozens of movies and television shows, including the Showtime political thriller "Homeland," has died of melanoma at the age of 65, his agent confirmed on Monday.

George Michael beats Kylie Minogue in British album chart battle

Singer George Michael racked up his seventh British number one album on Sunday as "Symphonica" took top spot in the charts, beating off competition from Australian pop diva Kylie Minogue, the Official Charts Company said.

'Divergent' teen warriors defeat 'Muppets' at box office

Dystopian thriller "Divergent," the story of a society that divides people based on personality traits, dominated weekend movie charts with $56 million in U.S.

Designer L'Wren Scott's rep denies fashion firm had financial woes

Representatives of fashion designer L'Wren Scott, who committed suicide this week, denied reports that her fashion company had been struggling and said she had been planning to restructure her global business.

Singer Kate Bush announces first live shows in 35 years

Kate Bush, the best-selling British singer-songwriter who rose to international fame in 1979 with her debut single, "Wuthering Heights," and has not toured since then, announced on her website on Friday that she will do 15 live shows...

'Divergent' film earns $4.9 million, Lions Gate green lights sequel

Lions Gate Entertainment Corp will move ahead with plans for a second movie in its new "Divergent" dystopian thriller series, the company said on Friday after the first film debuted with $4.9 million in U.S.

Disney's 'Aladdin' unleashes a genie on Broadway

It has a flying carpet, a cave full of treasures and show-stopping songs, but critics said on Friday the Broadway debut of Disney's "Aladdin" lacks the magic of the original Oscar-winning animated fi...

Lennon's doodles, drawings and nonsense poems to be sold in New York

The largest private collection of nonsense poems, doodles and comic drawings by the Beatles singer John Lennon will be sold in New York in June, auctioneer Sotheby's said on Friday.

Wanda Cinemas to install 780 sets of RealD Inc 3D equipment

China's Wanda Cinemas, the cinema subsidiary of Dalian Wanda Group, will install 780 sets of RealD Inc 3D equipment in cinemas in China over the next three years, the company said on its website on Friday.

'Game of Thrones' screening draws throngs of fans to Brooklyn

Spring may finally be in the air, but the "Game of Thrones" fans who descended on New York's Barclays Center on Thursday evening know different: winter is coming.

New photos of Kurt Cobain death scene yield no new clues: police

A cold case investigator has found several rolls of undeveloped film from the scene of Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain's 1994 death, but Seattle police said on Thursday they do not expect the...

Quest for mythical book takes TV's 'Da Vinci's Demons' to New World

Renaissance genius Leonardo da Vinci leaves the feuding, scheming and sexual intrigues of 15th century Florence behind as he sets off for the mysterious New World in the second season of TV's "Da Vin...

Album of discarded Johnny Cash songs comes out of vault

Johnny Cash helped define American country music with hits such as "I Walk the Line" and "A Boy Named Sue", but in the early 1980s he recorded an album of songs his record label refused to release and ...

Conductor Kent Nagano: The surfer wields a wicked baton

U.S. conductor Kent Nagano feels he lives in three worlds - his native California, his ancestral Japan and the Europe of the music he conducts. But his spirit is on a surfboard in the Pacific Ocean.

Texas executes aspiring rapper for murdering studio manager

Texas on Wednesday executed Ray Jasper, a 33-year-old aspiring rap musician convicted of stabbing to death a San Antonio music studio owner after slitting his throat so he could rob him of equipm...

Designer L'Wren Scott committed suicide by hanging: official

Fashion designer L'Wren Scott, found dead in her high-rise Manhattan apartment on Monday, committed suicide by hanging, the New York City medical examiner's office said on Wednesday.

'Frozen' princesses reclaim throne on top of Billboard album chart

The animated princesses of Disney hit "Frozen" reclaimed the top of the Billboard 200 album chart on Wednesday as the soundtrack to the juggernaut film beat new entries to No. 1.

New teen heroine emerges from 'Divergent' take on dystopia

A futuristic utopia is divided into five communities, each defined entirely by one personality trait - wisdom, honesty, selflessness, kindness and bravery. But can humans be defined by just one?

Singer Audra McDonald returns to Broadway as Billie Holiday

Five-time Tony Award-winning singer Audra McDonald, just finishing a 30-city tour, is heading back to Broadway next week as legendary American jazz singer Billie Holiday in "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar...

Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin team up for new Netflix comedy

Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin will star in a new comedy on the Netflix Inc video-streaming service about rival women who forge a new relationship after their husbands fall in love with each other.

A Minute With: Kermit and Miss Piggy bicker about lines and love

The Muppets' Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog, the object of her affection since 1976, return to the big screen in "Muppets Most Wanted," a caper film that takes the puppet gang on a Europ...

New 'Star Wars' film to be set 30 years after 'Return of the Jedi'

The highly anticipated next installment of the "Star Wars" franchise will be set 30 years after "Episode VI: Return of the Jedi," Walt Disney Co.'s chief executive officer Bob Iger said on Tues...

World Chefs: Gilliam shows bacon's versatility in first book

Bacon enriches any dish with a smoky richness, says chef Theresa Gilliam.

Evil frog spawns international mayhem in 'Muppets Most Wanted'

He's pure green evil and save for a big mole on the side of his face, he's a dead ringer for genteel Kermit the Frog.

Eataly opens gastronomic megastore in Milan on way to listing

Sundried tomatoes and seabass tartare tickled tastebuds in Milan on Tuesday as upmarket Italian food hall chain Eataly opened a flagship store, the latest step in its plan to expand and list its shares on t...

Global recording industry optimistic despite revenue fall

Top executives of the global recorded music industry said on Tuesday they were optimistic about growth despite figures for 2013 showing an almost 4 percent annual decline in revenues to $15 billion, blam...
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