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Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Pianist Conrad Tao has played top concert halls from an early age but after the release of his latest album, he chose to perform for a casual crowd in a crypt under a New York church.
Samantha Bee of "The Daily Show" fame will be a featured guest at next year's BookCon, along with such popular authors as Meg Cabot and Marissa Meyer.
Archaeologists in Peru have unearthed a 1,500-year old frieze with human figures believed to be from the indigenous Moche culture, the latest find at a site famous for its pre-Incan treasures.
Musical 'Allegiance,' inspired by George Takei childhood, a missed chance
Internment camps, racial discrimination and an atomic bomb blast are challenging topics to incorporate into a satisfying night of theater.
Sam Smith, on year off, just can't stop working on album
British soul singer sensation Sam Smith desperately wants to take a year off. But he just can't stop working on his new album.
'Spectre' shoots to US$73 million in US, Canada, misses 'Skyfall' mark
It took the combination of James Bond and Charlie Brown to save the box office after a disastrous few weekends of flops. Both "Spectre" and "The Peanuts Movie" reinvigorated moviegoers who turned out in droves to check out the new fare, including buzzy limited-release titles like "Spotlight."
Monday, November 9, 2015
Japan's dainty geishas in secret fast-food raids
A craving for fast food presents few obstacles to most people, but for Japan's dainty, doll-like geishas, it calls for a daring undercover operation -- and a cunning disguise.
A guitar beloved by John Lennon for writing Beatles hits such as "She Loves You" and "All My Loving" sold for a record US$2.41 million on Saturday, a U.S. auction house said.
Hardwicke blasts back with Lady Gaga video and dramedy
Catherine Hardwicke is not bitter.
The Alentejo produces about 45 percent of all wines consumed in the Portugese market in terms of both volume and value. Yet only 6 percent of the population lives on this vast, mostly flat plain.
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