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Sunday, November 29, 2015
Jessica Ronco Chien grew up on a farm in the Philippines and migrated to Taiwan 16 years ago to work as caregiver.
A century and a half after first being published, the surreal classic "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" still fascinates readers and inspires artists with its eerie and iconic fantasy world.
'The Bridges of Madison County' hits the road
On tour this winter is a Broadway musical about the one that got away, in more ways than one.
Gaiman returns to comics with 'Sandman: Overture'
Neil Gaiman is one of the world's beloved writers and could probably work on any project he wants. And what he wanted to do is go back to his roots in the comic book world.
Harry Potter readers have long wanted to know: Why did the boy wizard choose to honor Severus Snape -- a teacher who had been so mean to him? Author J.K.
Singer-songwriter Lera Lynn breaks out from 'True Detective'
Singer-songwriter Lera Lynn looks nothing like the character she played on season two of HBO's crime noir series, "True Detective," who sang woeful drug ballads in a seedy dive bar.
Artists plan to rebuild damaged art display
Creators of a public art installation damaged by tides and high winds at an Anchorage beach plan to rebuild the statue-filled exhibit by the original opening date.
Saturday, November 28, 2015
Martial arts film "The Assassin" (刺客聶隱娘) by Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-hsien (侯孝賢) has been voted the best movie of 2015 by British and international critics, the British Film Institute (BFI) said Friday.
The Philippine government will launch a website to crowd-source tips on the whereabouts of some 200 missing art works, including paintings by Van Gogh, Picasso, and Rembrandt that were owned by former first lady Imelda Marcos, an official said Friday.
Canadian soprano Barbara Hannigan shatters classical music's glass ceiling
With looks often described as straight out of a Bond film, Barbara Hannigan strides on to lead the orchestra dressed in vampy black leather, bondage boots and a wig.
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