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Thursday, November 6, 2014
Daughters inspire independent Disney princesses
A Disney princess no longer needs a prince to experience true love.
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Grooming is standard at Singapore pet hotel
A luxury pet hotel featuring air-conditioned suites, spa services and gourmet meals was unveiled Tuesday in Singapore, further raising the level of pet pampering in the wealthy city-state.
A Japanese single malt whisky was named the world's best for the first time by a prestigious guide released Monday that failed to place a Scotch in its top ranking.
Movie legend Sophia Loren appeared joyful on her second full day in Taipei Tuesday, where she told a press conference that she has found Taiwan welcoming and offered up advice for Taiwanese women.
Los Angeles famously calls itself the Entertainment Capital of the World. But the reality is, many filmmakers have long since fled to cheaper locations in London, New York, Canada and elsewhere.
Television news is bloodsucker of the moment at the box office
Not since Paddy Chayefsky's “Network” have characters been chewed and spit out by TV news quite like they have been of late at the movies.
Spotify stopped streaming Taylor Swift's music at her request Monday, setting up a business struggle between the leading purveyor of a new music distribution system and the industry's most popular artist.
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
In a scary close finish, the Jake Gyllenhaal crime thriller “Nightcrawler” and the board-game adaptation “Ouija” tied for first at the U.S. box office with US$10.9 million each over the Halloween weekend.
Abu Dhabi unveils artworks for Guggenheim
The Gulf emirate of Abu Dhabi offered a peek Sunday of several artworks which will be displayed at its Guggenheim museum, set to open in 2017.
Daredevil walks rope between towers blindfolded
Daredevil Nik Wallenda wowed the world with back-to-back walks on a tightrope between Chicago skyscrapers without a safety net or a harness, performing one of them blindfolded, as a crowd gasped and cheered.
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