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What Jamie Dornan really thinks of social media
Don't look for Jamie Dornan on social media. He's had it.
 
Unfriended? Divisive campaign roils FB
Some friends don't let friends talk politics anymore on Facebook.
 
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.
 
Bollywood's Shah Rukh Khan gets US apology for airport stop
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan tweeted Friday that he gets detained at U.S. airports "every damn time" after he was stopped at the Los Angeles International Airport.
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A look at Hostess' new 'Deep Fried Twinkies'
Let's take a look at Hostess' "Deep Fried Twinkies."
 
Art to be served with tea at Kaohsiung City exhibition: foundation
"Art Tour of Universe Stars Exhibition," sponsored by Hsieh Huang Bian Culture and Arts (HHBCA) Foundation, opened Aug. 4 and will run until Aug. 31 at Howard Hotel Kaohsiung B1 living gallery.
 
John Steinbeck's son, fellow author Thomas Steinbeck, dies at age 72
Thomas Steinbeck, the eldest son of Nobel Prize-winning author John Steinbeck and a prominent author and screenwriter in his own right, died Thursday at his Santa Barbara home. He was 72.
 
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.
 
'My affair with Kurt Vonnegut'
This April 19 file photo shows a mural in Indianapolis, Indiana called "My Affair with Kurt Vonnegut," by Pamela Bliss. Vonnegut, the late writer, was an Indianapolis native.
 
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.
 
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