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The first North American retrospective of Taiwanese cinematographer Mark Lee Ping-bing's works opened Thursday with his film "Crosscurrent," for which he won the Silver Bear for outstanding artistic contribution at this year's Berlin International Film Festival.
 
Longevity Palace - A combination of Kun and Beijing Opera
A Chinese opera group will present the most famous love tragedy in Chinese history, here in Taiwan. "Longevity Palace" (長生殿) is a well-known historical tale from the Tang Dynasty. It tells the unforgettable love story between Lee Lung-ge (李隆基 A.D. 685-A.D. 762), known as Emperor Huan (唐玄宗) and his magnificent concubine Yang Yu-huan (楊玉環 A.D. 719-A.D. 756), which ended in tragedy, as she was forced by her beloved husband, the emperor, to hang herself at the age of 35.
 
For this Bethlehem tattoo artist, religion more than skin deep
Pilgrims to Bethlehem often return home with candles or rosaries, but for those who see religion as more than skin-deep, tattoo artist Walid Ayash is there to help.
 
Bradley Cooper to produce Stand Up To Cancer telecast
Bradley Cooper is throwing his weight behind a Stand Up To Cancer telecast, serving as executive producer for the fundraiser airing in September.
 
'I Know What You Did Last Summer' author Lois Duncan dies
Lois Duncan was perhaps best-known for her pioneering suspense novels that captivated more than one generation of young readers, including "I Know What You Did Last Summer," which became a movie with a sequel.
 
Kate Hudson takes work break, tours Niagara Falls
Kate Hudson has taken advantage of a break in the filming of her next movie to play tourist at Niagara Falls.
 
Lin-Manuel Miranda leaving 'Hamilton' July 9; vows to return
The news that no die-hard "Hamilton" fan -- or anyone who hasn't seen the Broadway smash yet -- wants to hear has arrived: Lin-Manuel Miranda, its creator and star, is leaving the show this summer. But he promises to return "again and again."
 
Shape-shifting singer evokes big-time comparisons
Anthony D'Amato's work has been compared to Bruce Springsteen, Simon & Garfunkel and early Bob Dylan, and while those are lofty invocations -- and there's really only one early Dylan -- the comparisons have some validity.
 
Israeli restaurant makes its mark in NOLA
Chef Alon Shaya's unlikely love affair with Louisiana started years ago.
 
Streaming-only tracks from services such as Apple Music and Spotify will be considered for next year's Grammy Awards for the first time, organizers announced on Thursday.
 
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