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Musician collapses during concert finale and dies
When Col. Bruce Hampton slowly fell to his knees during the finale of his star-studded birthday concert, fans and musicians alike thought it was another one of his quirky performance acts.
 
A timeless reverie of art
Sadly, the curtain is rapidly falling on the "Everlasting" (時 • 差) themed cavalcade of arts that is the 2017 Taiwan International Festival of Arts (TIFA, 台灣國際藝術節). The internationally renowned festival, which began in March, is marking its ninth anniversary, with the National Theater and Concert Hall (國家兩廳院) -- which completed a three-month renovation of its theater ahead of the event -- also celebrating its 30th birthday.
 
Lack of 'Hamilton' nominations raises eyebrows
If last year's Tony Award nomination announcement was pretty simple, this year's is much, much messier.
 
Bayless wins restaurant, Solomonov best chef at Beard Awards
Chef Michael Solomonov of Zahav in Philadelphia took home the outstanding chef award Monday night at the James Beard Awards, and Chicago's Rick Bayless' high-end Mexican eatery Topolobampo won the outstanding restaurant honor.
 
Traditional opera troupe tours rural China in bid to defend a dying art
For the 50-year-old Chinese opera performer, every aspect of the dimly lit backstage room was a reminder that things had changed.
 
Michael Moore to make Broadway debut with Trump show
Film provocateur Michael Moore will make his theatrical debut in a one-man show that explores the rise of US President Donald Trump and the resistance to him, producers announced Monday.
 
The new fast food? Convenience stores add hot, cheap options
Saying "convenience store food" may make people think of spinning hot dogs by the counter, but places like 7-Eleven are expanding their hot food offerings in hopes of stealing customers away from fast-food chains.
 
Lynch talks retiring, fishing and anything but 'Twin Peaks'
David Lynch is reclining in his seat, a puckish grin playing occasionally on an otherwise inscrutable face as he offers parables about fishing and geese, like Jesus with a quiff.
 
Eminem lawsuit against NZ political party begins
They may not have lost themselves in the music or the moment but a judge and nine lawyers in a New Zealand courtroom did listen politely to Eminem's "Lose Yourself" as a copyright trial involving the country's ruling political party began Monday.
 
'Baghdaddy': New York turns Iraq war into off-Broadway musical
The Iraq war may not sound like musical comedy, but an off-Broadway revival is spinning intelligence failures and tragedy into a farce that offers potent messages for Donald Trump's America.
 
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