Monday, August 24, 2015
With secret codes and locked-down communication, Swedish publisher Norstedts has kept the plot of the sequel to the best-selling Millennium crime trilogy, due out on Thursday, shrouded in secrecy.
Sunday, August 23, 2015
A Taiwan film festival and Taiwanese food fair opened at the Sylvia Park shopping center in the Auckland suburb of Mount Wellington in New Zealand Friday, according to a statement released by Taiwan's representative office in Auckland.
A U.S. probate court commissioner in Las Vegas denied a bid Friday by one of B.B. King's adult daughters to obtain the late blues icon's medical records from an executor who she alleges mishandled her father's finances and health before he died.
Dr. Dre has issued a statement to the New York Times apologizing to "the women I've hurt" without specifically acknowledging the reason for the apology.
Teyonah Parris' character, Missy, undergoes an emotionally charged transition in the second season of Starz's "Survivor's Remorse."
Charges have been tossed in the case of a man accused of throwing a banana peel at Dave Chappelle during a performance in the southwestern U.S. state New Mexico.
Three giant Egyptian statues submerged in the Mediterranean for more than a millennium have gone on display at Paris' Arab World Institute.
The Manhattan Theater Club, one of New York's foremost nonprofit theater companies, has added a play written by a woman to its upcoming season in the face of criticism that seven of its upcoming offerings were all penned by white men.
The odds really were in Jennifer Lawrence's favor last year as she raked in US$52 million, topping a ranking of the highest-paid actresses by a wide margin.
Two robbers have made off with a bronze bust by French sculptor Auguste Rodin from a Copenhagen museum in a bold theft in broad daylight, the museum said Friday.