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September, 26, 2016

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Paisley Park needs employees to handle the hordes of fans expected to visit Prince's private estate and studio complex in suburban Minneapolis when it opens for public tours Oct. 6.
 
Best-selling children's book author and illustrator Anna Dewdney, who gained fame with her series of Llama Llama stories, has died at age 50.
 
Out of the closet and ready for Miss America
After competing in pageants for generations in the closet or working behind the scenes, gays and lesbians finally get to see one of their own take one of pageantry's biggest stages.
 
Daniel Pearl World Music Days kicks off
The longest running outdoor concert in Taipei continues this Saturday, Sept. 10, offering two musical stages, food vendors, local NGOs, a vinyl-DJ stage and craft items for sale. The event is free and open to the general public.
 
The music is Garbage
Scottish vocalist Shirley Manson of the American rock band Garbage performs their new album "Strange Little Birds" in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, on Monday, Sept. 5.
 
Dubai opens Marvel-branded indoor theme park
As summer temperatures soared outside, the world's largest indoor theme park, featuring popular Marvel and Cartoon Network-branded rides, opened its doors to the public on Wednesday, Aug. 31 in the Middle East's tourist hub of Dubai -- the latest in a myriad of new attractions here.
 
China, world leader in tea, grows a taste for UK blends
Ji Mengyu sinks into a soft chair with her cup of tea to the sound of tinkling teaspoons and light chatter. The opulently decorated Victorian tea salon is quintessentially British, something straight out of Downton Abbey. Except it's in Beijing.
 
Made In America Festival
Chris Martin of Coldplay performs at The Budweiser Made In America Festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sunday, Sept. 4.
 
Undeterred by the hacking of her personal website, Leslie Jones returned to Twitter to pledge that she will "always get back up."
 
Shell-fishly hogging the beach
This eye-catching bamboo-made Fiddler Crab, 12 meters high and designed by a Hakka artist Hsu Min-sheng, is one of 27 art installations displayed at the 2016 Taoyuan Land Art Festival, which took place from Sept. 5-25 at two venues in Xinwu and Bade districts. The event is organized by the Department of Cultural Affairs under the Taoyuan City Government.
 
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