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Florence Foster Jenkins: tone-deaf but adored
When opera lovers ask New York's Carnegie Hall for souvenir concert programs, they're not usually interested in Maria Callas or Joan Sutherland.
 
Migrant crisis, politics headline Shakespeare festival
The migration crisis, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and censorship in Iran were among the themes woven into Shakespearean classics performed in Poland's port city of Gdansk this week at an international festival dedicated to the Bard.
 
Allen's series for Amazon gets a title, Sept. debut date
Woody Allen's first small-screen series will debut on Amazon this fall.
 
Last call for Father's Day
Fresh out of ideas for Father's Day this year? Tired of dining at home and sharing the obligatory tiramisu? How about sampling some great food, a luxury weekend or an exquisite gift? Do whatever you want, but don't worry about cooking! There are plenty of delicious options available around town.
 
Enjoy 'Absolutely Blooming Afternoon'
Father's Day is not a day to only celebrate traditional dads. It is also a day to celebrate the mums that are also there for their family. If you want to celebrate both, you should take advantage of the "Absolutely Blooming Afternoon Tea" (花漾迪奧精萃香氛下午茶) available at Café Un Deux Trois until Aug. 21.
 
That is a lot to catch: Fifty Pikachu march in Japanese street parade
Hundreds of "Pokemon Go" fans gathered in Yokohama, southwest of Tokyo, on Sunday to join an annual Pikachu parade as the global phenomenon soars in popularity.
 
Clarinetist Pete Fountain dead at 86
Clarinetist Pete Fountain, whose Dixieland jazz virtuosity and irrepressible wit endeared him to his native New Orleans and earned him decades of national television fame, died Saturday of heart failure. He was 86.
 
Kim Kardashian West to BlogHer: I'm not a feminist
Kim Kardashian West is many things. It's just, feminist isn't one of them.
 
Prince estate administrator denies plan to sell Paisley Park
The administrator of Prince's estate says it is not planning to sell Paisley Park, one day after asking a judge for permission to offer several Prince properties for sale.
 
Indulge in Lawry's prime lifestyle
Lately, with the smothering heat in Taipei, the whole city has been trying its best to stay inside and away from the scorching sun. To make up for the fun missed out in the daytime, Lawry's Prime Rib Taipei (勞瑞斯餐廳) offers meat lovers an assortment of finely grilled and roasted delicacies that perfectly suit this summer season.
 
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