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Master of all mediums Mike Nichols dead at 83

Jake Coyle, Associated Press  |  posted 14 minutes ago
A legend of film, theater and comedy in nearly equal measure, Mike Nichols was an unquestioned fixture of smart, urbane American culture across a relentlessly versatile, six-decade career that on stage or screen, reliably coursed with crackling intelligence.

Broadway to honor Mike Nichols by dimming lights

Mark Kennedy, Associated Press  |  posted 24 minutes ago
Broadway theaters plan to dim their marquee lights Friday night in memory of Mike Nichols, a nine-time Tony Award winner whose work onstage ranged from the silly "Monty Python's Spamalot" to the heartbreaking "Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman."

Five memorable movies from Mike Nichols

Hillel Italie, Associated Press  |  posted 24 minutes ago
Mike Nichols was a master of self-satire, a man of wealth and education and connections for whom his best targets were those of wealth, education and connections, from the vapid Californians of "The Graduate" to the military brass of "Catch-22." Here are highlights from the long film career of Nichols, who died Wednesday at age 83:

Bill Cosby remains Temple University trustee

The Associated Press  |  posted 54 minutes ago
Temple University says Bill Cosby remains a trustee of the Philadelphia institution despite renewed scrutiny of sexual assault allegations against him.

Putting Oscar on the block

Lindsey Bahr, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 20th - 2:41pm
'Tis the season when many stars are preparing for months-long campaigns with the distant hope of bringing home an Academy Award come February.

CBS news chairman stepping down

David Bauder, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 20th - 2:31pm
CBS News Chairman Jeff Fager, who has been running the network's news division along with "60 Minutes" for the past four years, said Thursday that he's stepping down from the chief executive role to concentrate on the newsmagazine.

Yo-Yo Ma, new BSO director hold joint performance

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 20th - 1:21pm
Yo-Yo Ma and Andris Nelsons got a chance to make some beautiful music together.

Handler apologizes for watermelon joke at awards

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 20th - 1:21pm
Daniel Handler is apologizing for comments made at the National Book Awards that have been criticized as racist.

Swiss museum to decide future of Gurlitt art trove

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 20th - 12:50pm
A Swiss museum and German officials plan to announce Monday what will happen to a priceless collection of long-hidden art bequeathed to the museum by German collector Cornelius Gurlitt.

Modern, surrealist art auction aims to fetch $100M

Sylvia Hui, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 20th - 12:11pm
Two dozen modern and surrealist art works amassed by a private collector, including important paintings by Joan Miro and Rene Magritte, are expected to fetch at least 64 million pounds ($100 million) when they go on auction in London next year.

John Cameron Mitchell to star in 'Hedwig' on B'way

Mark Kennedy, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 20th - 11:20am
John Cameron Mitchell, the writer and original star of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," is returning to her miniskirt, wigs and high heels.

Director Mike Nichols mourned in Hollywood and on Broadway

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 20th - 11:01am
Meryl Streep is remembering director Mike Nichols as "an inspiration and joy to know."

LL Cool J, Chaka Khan help honor Quincy Jones

Sandy Cohen, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 20th - 10:21am
Though Quincy Jones and LL Cool J never collaborated musically, the rapper-actor says Jones has played a major role in his life.

Correction: Billy Joel-Gershwin Prize story

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 20th - 10:01am
In a story Nov. 19 about Billy Joel receiving the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, The Associated Press reported erroneously the spelling of Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor's first name. The spelling is Sonia, not Sonya.

James Nesbitt as a father whose child disappears

Frazier Moore, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 20th - 8:10am
"The Missing" is a thriller etched into a portrait of the parents of a 5-year-old boy who, with his family on holiday in a quiet French village, disappears without warning.
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