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Friday, November 13, 2015
Will Smith drama sounds alarm on football dangers
Will Smith hopes his new film "Concussion" will jolt parents into realizing their kids' health could be at serious risk when they sign them up to play American football.
It has an earthy taste with hints of grass and mushroom: snail caviar is a growing trend in Europe, the delicate white eggs sprinkled on everything from canapes to beef dishes and beetroot.
Andre Alexis has won one of Canada's most prestigious literary awards for his novel "Fifteen Dogs."
Why did actor Shia LaBeouf invite his fans to watch all the movies he's ever made with him during a three-day (and two-night) marathon at a Manhattan theater? Or to watch him watching via livestream, witnessing the drama of him occasionally stroking his beard, sipping from a cup or scratching his nose?
Fans wait to see LaBeouf watch his own movies
'Call of Duty' video game blitzes on debut, says Blizzard subsidiary
The latest "Call of Duty" video game boasted an opening weekend that blew away any other game, film, book or music debut this year, the company behind it said Wednesday.
Thursday, November 12, 2015
Rhythm on the rails: train draws fans from all over
Stacey Nakasone had a choice to make. Fly from her home in Los Angeles to Japan to learn more about taiko drums, or take a 80-kilometer (50-mile) train ride in Vermont.
Nick Cave's son fell to his death after taking LSD: British inquest
Australian rock star Nick Cave's 15-year-old son died after taking LSD and falling from cliffs near his home, an inquest in Britain heard Tuesday.
Stephen King ponders death in new 'Bazaar of Bad Dreams' collection
Stephen King has always addressed his "Constant Readers" in prefaces or afterwords to his books. He likes to share what inspired him or what he was thinking about when he wrote it.
'Breaking Bad' props added to Smithsonian collection
Welcome to the Smithsonian, Walter White.
Legendary New Orleans musician Allen Toussaint, who racked up hits like "Working in the Coal Mine" and "Lady Marmalade" as a behind-the-scenes songwriter and producer before he gained new fame as a performer, died Tuesday, not long after a performance in Spain. He was 77.
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