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June, 28, 2016

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Police report shows 'dark side' of Michael Jackson
A newly surfaced police report related to a 2003 raid on Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch shows the late pop star's penchant for pornography and attraction to children.
 
Rap's Arrested Development still making music on their terms
The hip-hop group Arrested Development is still making music on their own terms by releasing two new albums this year, one that is a free download and another one for sale.
 
Trumpet player Wayne Jackson, who played standout horn lines on rock 'n' roll, soul, R&B and pop mainstays along with Memphis Horns partner and tenor saxophonist Andrew Love, has died. He was 74.
 
Prince was having dinner on a flight home from his final public concert when he suddenly lost consciousness, according to the first published account Tuesday of the pop icon's health crisis six days before his death.
 
In NY, Syrian opera singer performs with US refugee orchestra
Performing Puccini to a rapt New York audience, her soprano voice soaring to the rafters, Lubana al-Quntar may be the last person most Americans would think to be a Syrian refugee.
 
Dutch architects, Taiwan dreams
Contemporary Dutch architecture differs greatly from the buildings of the 17th century golden age, such as the Dutch Anping Fort (Fort Zeelandia) in Tainan City. At that time, buildings made of bricks and stone were mostly geometric, each serving one specific function: military, commercial or medical. By contrast, modern buildings are abstract, asymmetrical, concept-based and unpredictable. More importantly, they are polyvalent, meaning that they can be used for a variety of functions without any adjustment being required to the building itself.
 
Black ballet: pupils find classical dance in Soweto
In a Soweto dance studio with yellowing mirrors, enthusiastic ballet students practice their first positions and plies in socks at the barre.
 
The Quran, revered by Muslims, is the centerpiece of a first-of-its-kind exhibition in the United States as the Smithsonian displays exquisitely decorated manuscripts from one of the top Quran collections.
 
In one of the most eagerly awaited Paris art show of the year, the ageing enfant terrible of French letters, Michel Houellebecq, does not disappoint.
 
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has sparked controversy in India by saying his heavy training schedule for an upcoming film left him feeling "like a raped woman."
 
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