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Florence exhibits examine the art-fashion dynamic
Italy's Renaissance capital, Florence, is reclaiming its centuries-old role as an incubator of the interplay between fashion and art.
 
Injured ballerina Munaretto works her way back to the stage
Ballerina Lucila Munaretto refused to accept what her doctors told her after a rollerblading accident left her with serious brain and spine injuries -- that she might never dance again.
 
Dr. Luke and his record label say they are giving Kesha the OK to perform at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas.
 
Clapton returns to blues roots on new album
In his first album as a septuagenarian, guitar virtuoso Eric Clapton is revisiting the blues roots that shaped his distinctive sound.
 
A new art installation displayed on Hong Kong's tallest building is the latest expression of the city's growing fears that its freedoms are under threat as Beijing tightens it grip.
 
Neal Cassady letter going to auction; could bring US$600,000
A 1950 Neal Cassady letter that inspired Jack Kerouac's spontaneous style in "On the Road" is heading to auction where it's expected to bring up to US$600,000.
 
British stars including Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley and Patrick Stewart urged voters to back staying in the European Union in a joint letter published on Friday.
 
A major photography show opened in London Thursday featuring a special exhibition on leading war photographer Don McCullin, plus works by established figures like Henri Cartier-Bresson.
 
Art for the millions
This undated photo provided by Christie's shows a painting by Georgia O'Keeffe, "Lake George Reflection." The monumental painting that can be viewed horizontally or vertically sold for US$12.9 million at a New York City auction on Thursday, May 19.
 
A leg up on the competition
Charles Polhamus, 72, pole vaults at the dedication of a new pole vaulting pit at John Handley High School in Winchester, Virginia, Thursday, May 19. Polhamus won the Virginia state championship in pole vaulting in 1961 while a student at the school and helped design the new pit.
 
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