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The Rolling Stones initially went into the studio to create original rock music, but after rehearsing blues songs to flex their musical muscles, they took an unintended path.
 
The stage play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" has become London's theater event of the year. Producers hope Broadway will shortly be under its spell, too.
 
Amputees who played computer games using a virtual, on-screen arm, experienced relief from the phantom pain that often afflicts people who have lost a limb, scientists said Friday.
 
Cirque du Soleil "Luzia" has canceled its San Francisco shows through Friday and hired psychologists to counsel cast and crew members in the wake of an accident that killed a technician earlier this week, officials said Thursday.
 
Thousands gather under rain for Rockefeller Christmas tree lighting
Thousands of rain-drenched revelers gathered in midtown Manhattan Wednesday night to watch the annual lighting of the Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center.
 
Tenor bringing American swagger to Milan 'Madama Butterfly'
U.S. tenor Bryan Hymel is bringing American swagger to the role of F.B. Pinkerton for La Scala's gala season premiere of Puccini's "Madama Butterfly" next week.
 
Action star Donnie Yen wants to be 'good example'
Action star Donnie Yen placed his deadly hands and feet in cement at Hollywood's TCL Chinese Theatre Wednesday, voicing hope that his career would inspire fellow Asians to take up acting.
 
Drake tops Spotify's 2016 list with 4.7 billion streams
Drake owned the year on Spotify: He's the most streamed act on the platform with 4.7 billion streams.
 
You probably don't know his name, but you've almost certainly devoured his creation: two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, on a sesame seed bun.
 
'Moonglow' by Michael Chabon aims for the skies
In his latest novel, "Moonglow," author and Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Chabon aims for the moon and successfully touches down on the lunar surface after a journey that leaps across the decades, the story spanning South Philadelphia in the 1930s, Europe ravaged by World War II and the post-war America of the space program before retirement to South Florida.
 
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