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As people continued making plans yesterday for next month's four-day Mid-Autumn Festival, the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) appeared to remain in deadlock with train conductors who have threatened not to work extra shifts scheduled for the holiday.
 
Purple haze
A man smokes as a woman looks on during the Rototom Sunsplash European Reggae Festival in Benicassim, Castellon province, on Friday, Aug. 13. The Rototom Sunsplash European Reggae Festival runs from Aug. 13 to 20 in Benicassim.
 
Ruby Wilson, 'The Queen of Beale Street,' dies in Memphis
Ruby Wilson, the blues, soul and gospel singer known as "The Queen of Beale Street," died Friday, her manager said.
 
Glenn Yarbrough, a founding member of folk trio The Limeliters, has died.
 
Obama on indie rock kick in latest playlist
How have Barack Obama's musical tastes changed in his last year in the White House? Judging from his playlists, he is getting into more indie rock.
 
Hit maker Timbaland producing music for fitness brand Zumba
Hit-making producer Timbaland is used to people dancing to his beats at nightclubs, and now fans will get a chance to move to music he specifically designed for working out through a new partnership with Zumba.
 
It'll be the bee's knees
Jazz musicians from Panama and Mozambique, and Beatrice Hsieh, second from right, commissioner of Taipei's Department of Cultural Affairs, pose for a photo together at the Riverside Live House on Thursday, Aug. 11.
 
Bon Iver, whose emotionally intense folk rock has won a strong following, is hinting it is ready with its first album in five years ahead of the band's own festival.
 
A ukulele player from the Hawaiian island Maui who unwittingly sang a duet with reggae artist Matisyahu will be performing with the singer in Hollywood.
 
Florence Foster Jenkins: tone-deaf but adored
When opera lovers ask New York's Carnegie Hall for souvenir concert programs, they're not usually interested in Maria Callas or Joan Sutherland.
 
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