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Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Dutch lensman Corbijn toasts 60 with new expos
Famed for shooting superstars from Bjork to U2 in offbeat poses, Dutch photographer Anton Corbijn is himself taking center stage with two exhibitions to mark his 60th birthday.
Dermatologist Fredric Brandt found dead
Pioneering dermatologist Dr. Fredric Brandt, an early proponent of Botox who was also an author, radio host and frequent television talk show guest, has died. He was 65.
Tom Towles, the mustached character actor who popped up in several of Rob Zombie's horror movies, has died. He was 71.
Tom Towles, 'House of 1000 Corpses' actor, dies age 71 in Florida after stroke
Julie Wilson, a musical theater actress and cabaret star who earned a Tony Award nomination and was cheered for her ability to harness the songs of Stephen Sondheim and Cole Porter, has died. She was 90.
Cabaret star Julie Wilson dies at 90 in New York
The British Council in Taiwan presents British fashion talent to a Taiwan audience for the first time by inviting UK fashion designers to showcase their unique collections on Thursday, April 9, according to a press release from the British Council.
YouTube star Michelle Phan launches her ICON network
Even first lady Michelle Obama has asked YouTube star Michelle Phan for beauty advice.
The latest "Fast and Furious" installment roared to pole position in the North American box office this weekend, easily overtaking last week's winner "Home" for the top spot, according to industry data Monday. "Furious 7," the seventh in the street-racing and stunt-filled franchise, pulled in a whopping US$147.2 million on its opening weekend, according to figures from box-office tracker Exhibitor Relations.
Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Berlin's world-class theater scene, known for its audacity and innovation, is facing a tempestuous season as the cash-strapped German capital debates how much high culture it can bankroll.
Mixing traditional theater with modern technology, a new Syrian version of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" is offering a unique twist on the classic love story.
Mexico non-violence art features guns with knotted barrels
Replicas of a sculpture of a knotted pistol that was designed in honor of the late musician John Lennon are being displayed this month in Monterrey, a northern industrial city that knows about gun violence.
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