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Oops. The idea lasted about as long as a Snapchat text: the head of AMC Theatres mulled openly about creating texting-friendly movie theaters to appeal to smartphone-addicted youngsters. Two days later, after a backlash on social media, the company says it's leaving the idea on "the cutting room floor."
 
Taiwanese pop diva A-mei (張惠妹) on Saturday brought her Utopia World Tour to the Thai capital of Bangkok, drawing 4,000 fans to her concert at the Royal Paragon Hall.
 
He has impressed world leaders, has a growing army of fans -- many female -- and is even credited with driving up tourism to Canada.
 
Fugitive U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, who in 2013 revealed widespread U.S. foreign surveillance, has released a song with French electronic artist Jean-Michel Jarre, the Columbia record company announced Friday.
 
Choosing lyrical wit and musical innovation over stage theatrics, a reunited LCD Soundsystem showed the Coachella festival a more serious take to the booming electronic music scene.
 
Will and Kate end India trip with historic Taj Mahal visit
Prince William and his wife Kate arrived at the Taj Mahal Saturday, wrapping up their week-long trip to India and Bhutan with a visit that carries poignant echoes for Britain's royal family.
 
Revenge, betrayal as Met Opera trilogy concludes
More than 400 years after her rule, Queen Elizabeth I will appear on the Metropolitan Opera stage this weekend for "Roberto Devereux," capping a season of fascination with the royals.
 
Cirque du Soleil will snub North Carolina after state law
The Canadian-based circus company Cirque du Soleil is canceling upcoming stops in North Carolina by two of its touring shows to protest a state law that limits anti-discrimination protections for the LGBT community.
 
Church of Flying Spaghetti Monster pastafarians first to legally tie noodly knot
The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster held the world's first legally recognized marriage in New Zealand on Saturday, with the offbeat movement hailing it as a milestone toward acceptance as a real religion.
 
Stolen in '55, 'inverted Jenny' stamp resurfaces
Opening a new chapter in an infamous stamp-world mystery, a valuable "inverted Jenny" stamp has surfaced six decades after it was stolen from a collectors' convention.
 
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