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Renowned British painter Howard Hodgkin dies at 84
Renowned British artist Howard Hodgkin, whose bold paintings fused abstraction with the glorious beauty of nature, has died.
 
A spooky new 'Harry Potter' exhibit to open
The wizarding world held a reunion of sorts Wednesday as some veterans of the blockbuster "Harry Potter" film series gathered at the site just north of London where the films were made.
 
Samuel Jackson: Comments about black Brit actors not a slam
Samuel Jackson says he wasn't trying to slam black British actors when he criticized their casting in American films such as the horror hit "Get Out" and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. drama "Selma."
 
Mozart manuscript fails to sell; $200,000 bid was expected
A fragment from a Mozart manuscript for the third movement of his Serenade in D Major has failed to sell at a Boston auction.
 
Scarlett Johansson's divorce filing looks set to start a custody battle
Scarlett Johansson's husband was "shocked" by the star's divorce filing and sees the move as a "pre-emptive strike" in a battle over custody of the couple's toddler daughter, his lawyer said.
 
Brides say yes to selling their wedding dress online
Dalia Rhodes' wedding dress went down the aisle twice: Once at her wedding in 2015, and again a year later after she sold her gown to a stranger online.
 
British Museum charts American Dream
The British Museum, famed for a collection ranging from Egyptian mummies to Roman artifacts to medieval manuscripts, has turned its gaze on the modern United States.
 
An insider's take
Taiwanese artist Michael Lin (林明弘) offers an insider's take on Taipei in the newest edition of Louis Vuitton's City Guides, which premiered earlier this year alongside a mobile app.
 
A clash of two distinct yet harmonic music genres
In 2008, at the tender age of 19, Seiya Ueno (上野星矢) won the 2008 Grand-Prix of the Jean-Pierre Rampal International Competition (朗帕爾國際長笛大賽), one of the highest accolades a flautist can receive.
 
Bey's Babies: Beyonce shares photos of growing baby bump
Beyonce has shown off more of her growing baby bump.
 
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