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Maggie Gyllenhaal put in long hours on 'Karenina' audiobook
One of Maggie Gyllenhaal's favorite books is "Anna Karenina." So when she was asked to read the classic novel out loud for an audiobook, she didn't hesitate.
Austria to take ownership of house where Hitler was born
Austria's Interior Ministry says the government has drawn up a draft law that would allow it to take ownership of the house where Adolf Hitler was born.
Beers may offer nutrition info alongside ingredient details
Beer drinkers who can often find out details about the grain and hops that went into their beverage may get more information from major brewers -- about calories, carbohydrates, protein and more.
Good mountain, good water
In this Sunday, July 10 photo, a lone fisherman glides along on Kintla Lake in North Glacier National Park, Montana.
Contemporary Israeli Designers unveil 'Creative Roughness'
How did Israel become one of the leading powers in innovation and design? Despite its critical geographical location and limited resources, Israel transformed itself through design concepts and creative methods in order to overcome its limitations. From July 9 to Aug. 14, "Creative Roughness -- Contemporary Israeli Design" (質樸創意學--當代以色列設計展) is showcasing some of the extraordinary breakthroughs Israel has accomplished over the past 20 years.
Pokemon Go mania drives players into wild outdoors
Pokemon Go mania has quickly swept the U.S. as players armed with smartphones hunt streets, parks, rivers and elsewhere to capture monsters and gather supplies in the hit game.
Asian Organists' Competition kicks off
The Taiwan chapter of the American Guild of Organists is hosting the first ever Asian Organists' Competition (第一屆亞洲管風琴大賽) this year, with the continent's greatest players flocking to the island for the opportunity to play in front of great audiences and revered judges. With registration running parallel with the competition until Dec. 31, a rigorous judging process will produce six finalists. Early rounds will be judged by esteemed organists like George Ritchie, Nigel Potts and professor Chen Mao-Sheng (陳茂生), all with storied résumés in the realm of musical achievement.
Red Hot Chili Peppers autograph Metallica items after airport mix-up
Red Hot Chili Peppers bass player Flea says he ended up autographing some Metallica items following a mix-up at an airport in Belarus.
Review: Humor allays tension to complex history in 'Oslo'
NEW YORK -- "Oslo," a new play by J.T. Rogers directed by Bartlett Sher, is a riveting political thriller with a personal approach.
Taylor Swift crowned highest-paid celebrity
At the tender age of 26, Taylor Swift is the world's highest-paid celebrity, pulling in a whopping US$170 million over the past year, Forbes magazine said Monday.
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