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Review: Band of Horses takes it easy on 'Why Are You OK'
Band of Horses, "Why Are You OK" (Interscope Records)
Longoria asks film grads to use Rita Moreno as guiding light
LOS ANGELES -- Eva Longoria has some advice for the new graduates of the American Film Institute: Use Rita Moreno as a guiding light to use myriad points of view.
US author Richard Ford wins Spanish literature prize
MADRID -- U.S. writer Richard Ford, author of the widely acclaimed novel "Independence Day," has won Spain's prestigious Asturias prize for literature in recognition of his contribution to American letters.
Sunrise over Germany
The sun rises at the Baltic Sea island of Ruegen and bathes the sky over Stralsund, Germany, in a warm light, early Wednesday, June 15.
Elton John, Ricky Martin and Melissa Etheridge are among the gay artists using their voices to respond to the mass shooting at a Florida nightclub.
A scheduled performance in the southeastern Chinese city of Guangzhou by a Taiwanese children's choir has been canceled, after the choir sang the national anthem of the Republic of China at the inauguration of President Tsai Ing-wen on May 20.
Copyright trial over 'Stairway to Heaven' rolls on
The opening to Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven," one of rock 'n' roll's best-known ballads, was played for jurors Tuesday in a case brought by the estate of a dead musician that claims it was stolen by the men credited with creating it.
'Legend of Zelda': 5 ways 'Breath of the Wild' is different
LOS ANGELES -- Nintendo is putting all of its faith in Link at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
Foo Fighters sue insurers over terrorism policy
LOS ANGELES-- The Foo Fighters are suing insurers for failing to reimburse them for European shows they cancelled following the Paris terrorist attacks in November.
Cindy Sherman confronts Hollywood cliches
Long before the selfie, there was Cindy Sherman, the shape-shifting artist best-known for her often grotesque self-portraits.
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