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Memphis officials to help save Aretha Franklin's birthplace
The Memphis mayor's office is pitching in to help figure out the future of the dilapidated house where soul singer Aretha Franklin was born, a lawyer said Thursday.
 
Debbie Reynolds' son says she prepared him for her death
Todd Fisher says his mother, Debbie Reynolds, set him up "for her leaving the planet" the day his sister and Reynolds' daughter, Carrie Fisher, died in December.
 
No brush painting
Chinese investment banker Huang Xiaoshuai, 26, and his wife Wei Mengyuan gesture in front of their newly acquired painting, "Appearance of Crosses 2016-12" by Chinese artist Ding Yi, at Art Basel in Hong Kong on Wednesday, March 22.
 
Mayday's ready to rock, but is Taipei?
Music fans, Taipei citizens and city government officials alike are getting ready after Mayday (五月天), one of the Chinese-speaking world's biggest bands, made the surprise announcement that they would hold a free concert at a city park next week.
 
Rivera headlines Latin American art sale
A painting that Sotheby's hails as one of the most important pieces by Diego Rivera to go to auction in recent years will headline its Latin American art sale in May, the auction house said.
 
Classics refreshed
Reading plays, I always wondered how it was possible for phrases and sentences to be articulated on stage countless times, centuries after they first took form and still be able to move audiences. How does a story from long ago fit into the context of contemporary times, letting a line like "to be or not to be" remain relevant even after hundreds of years? Perhaps the passage of time does not alter the essence of humanity.
 
Talking to La Femme
Following the success of their previous album, "Psycho Tropical Berlin," French band La Femme is back on tour to promote "Mystère." Marlon Magnée, keyboard and lead singer, shared some thoughts on their March 11 concert in Taipei. The following is an edited transcript of our conversation.
 
Designers ready for Golden Pin Design contest
The call for entries for this year's Golden Pin Design Award (金點設計獎) -- the only international design award focused on the world's Chinese-speaking huaren communities -- has begun.
 
Revelers high-spirited at Boston Saint Patrick's Day parade
Tens of thousands of people lined the frigid streets of Boston on Sunday for the city's St. Patrick's Day parade, which went off amid high spirits and without a hitch after a dispute over whether a gay veterans group could march.
 
Kim Kardashian West 'mentally prepped' for rape during heist
Kim Kardashian West says she "mentally prepped" herself to be raped while being held at gunpoint during a Paris jewelry heist last year.
 
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