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Frank Mankiewicz, aide to Robert Kennedy, dies

Jennifer C. Kerr, Associated Press  |  posted Oct 23rd - 10:50pm
Frank Mankiewicz, the press secretary who went before television cameras to announce the death of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy and later served as political director for presidential candidate George McGovern, died Thursday. He was 90.

Judge: Chris Brown following probation rules

The Associated Press  |  posted Oct 23rd - 4:50pm
A judge says Chris Brown has been doing well and following his probation rules since his last hearing in August.

Steinbeck heirs fight over control of movie rights

The Associated Press  |  posted Oct 23rd - 3:51pm
John Steinbeck's heirs say a literary agency is wrongly cutting them out of negotiations over movie deals for the late Nobel Prize-winning author's books.

Diane Sawyer's mother dies at 94 in Louisville

The Associated Press  |  posted Oct 23rd - 1:41pm
Jean Sawyer Hayes, the 94-year-old mother of ABC journalist Diane Sawyer, has died.

'Little Dancer' musical readies for opening in DC

Brett Zongker, Associated Press  |  posted Oct 23rd - 1:31pm
"Little Dancer Aged Fourteen," a famous sculpture by Edgar Degas that can be seen in museums around the world, is coming to life in a new musical exploring the story of a mysterious 14-year-old dancer and the artist who portrayed her.

James Corden to take over 'Late Late Show' March 9

The Associated Press  |  posted Oct 23rd - 12:41pm
CBS has set March 9 for the debut of James Corden as host of "The Late Late Show."

Burns' series gives PBS a ratings milestone

David Bauder, Associated Press  |  posted Oct 23rd - 12:31pm
Ken Burns' series "The Roosevelts" earned PBS its biggest audience in two decades, making it the documentary maker's third most popular film after "The Civil War" and "Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery."

Retrospective of fiber artist opens at NYC museum

Ula Ilnytzky, Associated Press  |  posted Oct 23rd - 12:11pm
Institutionalized for more than three decades and largely deaf and mute, Judith Scott found her voice through art, forming intricate sculptures of yarn, fabric and other fibers tightly wrapped around an array of found objects.

Motown founder Berry Gordy brings musical home

Jeff Karoub, Associated Press  |  posted Oct 23rd - 11:30am
Berry Gordy Jr. took his "Motown the Musical" production to Broadway and a few other places first. Yet they were mere proving grounds for its date with Detroit.

Q&A: Mick Jagger, the film producer, heads to work

Mesfin Fekadu, Associated Press  |  posted Oct 23rd - 9:50am
Song credits won't be the latest place to feature Mick Jagger's name. Instead, look to upcoming films and TV shows.

'Boyhood' tops Gotham Awards with 4 nominations

The Associated Press  |  posted Oct 23rd - 9:31am
Richard Linklater's 12-year-long family drama, "Boyhood," leads the Gotham Independent Film Awards with four nominations, including best feature.

Iggy Azalea, 'Gone Girl' up for Logo TV awards

The Associated Press  |  posted Oct 23rd - 8:21am
Rapper Iggy Azalea, actor Bryan Cranston and the film "Gone Girl" are nominees for Logo TV's 2014 New Now Next Awards.

Charli XCX surprises at school homecoming dance

Derrik J. Lang, Associated Press  |  posted Oct 23rd - 8:10am
Singer Charli XCX took a break from touring Wednesday night to perform at an unlikely venue: a high school gymnasium.

Sam Smith, 5SOS, Blige to perform 2014 AMAs

The Associated Press  |  posted Oct 23rd - 6:30am
Breakthrough newcomers Sam Smith and 5 Seconds of Summer will take the stage at the 2014 American Music Awards.

Review: Another black comic blast of 'Borderlands'

Lou Kesten, Associated Press  |  posted Oct 23rd - 6:00am
people, robots, monsters, whatever. But "Borderlands" has a not-so-secret weapon in its arsenal: an acidic sense of black humor that's a welcome relief from the gung-ho war-is-hell cliches of competitors like "Call of Duty" and "Halo."
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