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George Romero, the father of the zombie as we know it, has died
The filmmaker who made his name as director of the "Living Dead" franchise was 77.
 
Meet the artists: Rachel Maclean and Shaun Gladwell
Rachel Maclean's artwork evolved from graphic art to multimedia image creation, in which she occupied the roles of director, playwright, costume designer and all the roles in story at the same time.
 
'The Great Skate' artworks go on display
Hugh Gough followed up the publication of his successful children's book, "The Great Skate," by opening an art exhibition at Taipei's Soul of Art Gallery (亞索畫廊) featuring pieces from the book as well as a collection of his original inks and acrylics.
 
Why do Korean idols face threats from fans?
A growing number of Korean pop stars received death threats in recent months, raising questions as to why such incidents occur.
 
This exhibition shows plastic from a whale's stomach
Pieces of plastic recovered from the stomach of a whale have gone on show as part of an exhibition in the Norwegian city of Bergen.
 
Great celebrity Trump impersonators come in every shade of orange
With an iconic look and a habit of calling out people that he disagrees with, US President Donald Trump has long been subjected mockery and impersonation.
 
The Thai art scene's Renaissance moment
Thailand is undergoing a mini renaissance in the arts with at least five new private museums set to open in the next two years.
 
Copenhagen's Little Mermaid statue doused with blue paint
The iconic Little Mermaid statue in Danish capital Copenhagen was found covered in blue paint Wednesday, the second such incident in less than a month, police and local media said.
 
Theater refuses to buckle after 'Caesar' Trump criticism
The Public Theater is refusing to back down after backlash over its production of "Julius Caesar" that portrays a Donald Trump-like dictator in a business suit with a long tie who gets knifed to death onstage.
 
Actor Adam West who portrayed TV 'Batman' dies at age 88
Adam West, the actor who brought the comic book character Batman to life on US television, has died at age 88 in Los Angeles, his family has said.
 
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