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March 4th, 2015
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Archive: News / Pics & Flix / Entertainment News (30 Stories)

Indian writer, editor Khushwant Singh dies at 99

03/20/2014 4:50am
Khushwant Singh, a journalist, editor and prolific writer whose work ranged from serious histories to joke collections to one of post-Independence India's great novels, died Thursday at his New Delhi apartment, his daughter said. He was 99.

3 sons unite to create new Roy Orbison song

03/20/2014 5:22am
Roy Orbison's three sons are all musicians but never really got to play music with their dad — until now.

Rising star Santino Fontana refuses repetition

03/20/2014 6:40am
Actors like to switch it up, but Santino Fontana has taken that to ridiculous lengths.

Disputed art to remain at Berlin museum

03/20/2014 7:11am
A medieval treasure trove at the center of a long-running ownership dispute should stay with a Berlin museum and not be given to the heirs of Nazi-era Jewish art dealers, a panel set up by the German government said Thursday.

TV show to profile late Alaska serial killer

03/20/2014 8:41am
An upcoming special episode of Investigation Discovery's "Dark Minds" TV series says it has new information about confessed Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes, including the identity of a potential victim.

Guardianship sought for Paul Walker's daughter

03/20/2014 10:43am
Paul Walker's mother has petitioned to become the legal guardian of the late actor's teenage daughter in accordance with his final wishes.

Rome's iconic Spanish Steps getting a face-lift

03/20/2014 11:01am
Rome's iconic Spanish Steps are getting a makeover.

Mick Jagger begins arrangements for Scott funeral

03/20/2014 11:11am
Mick Jagger has started making funeral arrangements for fashion designer and celebrity stylist L'Wren (luh-REN') Scott, his longtime girlfriend.

Salman Rushdie, Twitter CEO to receive PEN awards

03/20/2014 11:20am
One writes novels and likes to tweet. The other is Twitter's CEO. Both men, Salman Rushdie and Dick Costolo, will be honored May 5 in New York at the annual gala of the PEN American Center.

Taylor Schilling on 'Orange,' new passion project

03/20/2014 12:00pm
When Taylor Schilling arrives on the set of "Orange Is the New Black," her make-under begins.

'Phantom of the Opera' welcomes first black lead

03/20/2014 12:51pm
Norm Lewis has been tapped to be Broadway's next Phantom in the megahit "The Phantom of the Opera," a move that makes him the first African-American to slip behind the famous mask on the Great White Way.

It's a drag: NYC mayors mock selves in annual show

03/20/2014 1:01pm
Rudolph Giuliani donning drag. Ed Koch stepping out of the mouth of a man-eating plant. Michael Bloomberg wearing a harness and flying 20 feet in the air while dressed as Spiderman.

Superman artwork of JFK makes it to his library

03/20/2014 1:12pm
Superman has finally soared into the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston.

Sheriff: Johnny Cash's great-niece found dead

03/20/2014 1:21pm
The great-niece of the late singer Johnny Cash has been found stabbed to death and stuffed in a box in a house, authorities in Tennessee said Thursday.

Rome's iconic Spanish Steps getting a face-lift

03/20/2014 2:11pm
Rome's iconic Spanish Steps are getting a makeover.

Salman Rushdie, Twitter CEO to receive PEN awards

03/20/2014 2:11pm
One writes novels and likes to tweet. The other is Twitter's CEO. Both men, Salman Rushdie and Dick Costolo, will be honored May 5 in New York at the annual gala of the PEN American Center.

'Divergent's' Theo James a fresh Hollywood flame

03/20/2014 3:01pm
Most movies made from young-adult best-sellers feature dashing leading men and "Divergent" is no exception. Taylor and Liam step aside. Soulful Brit Theo James could be the next YA obsession.

Fergie launches training to help abused women

03/20/2014 3:11pm
Songstress Fergie says the number of women who are abused by their partners "is totally unacceptable" and should be protected by existing laws that are often not enforced.

Workers occupy Paris opera in protest

03/20/2014 4:11pm
Union members have occupied Paris' Opera Garnier in a protest over proposed changes to labor rules for theater workers.

Federer dresses for success on tennis court

03/20/2014 4:21pm
Roger Federer says making a fashion statement is difficult, despite being friends with Anna Wintour.

Firing of officer who shared Rihanna photo upheld

03/20/2014 4:51pm
A police officer who distributed an evidence photo depicting Rihanna's injuries after she was attacked by Chris Brown was properly fired for her actions, a judge ruled Thursday.

Denis Johnson, Tobias Wolff to enter arts academy

03/20/2014 5:11pm
Fiction writers Denis Johnson, Ha Jin and Tobias Wolff are among this year's inductees into the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

No new Bob Woodward book coming this fall

03/20/2014 5:21pm
A publishing fixture will be missing from this fall's election season: A new Bob Woodward book.

Fantasia Barrino to return to 'After Midnight'

03/20/2014 5:51pm
Sad you missed Fantasia Barrino on Broadway in "After Midnight"? Well, good news: She can't stay away.

Review: Disney hits magic again with 'Aladdin'

03/20/2014 6:40pm
The Genie in the big new Broadway musical "Aladdin" opens the show with a bang, sets up the story and then — poof — he's gone. "Try not to miss me too much!" he says, tauntingly, as he leaves.

Suspect ID'd in Las Vegas 'Thunder' shooting case

03/20/2014 7:22pm
A man accused of firing a gun near the head of a performer in the Thunder From Down Under male revue during a backstage robbery attempt was identified by authorities Thursday as a Las Vegas resident with a history of scrapes with the law.

Police release new photos from Kurt Cobain suicide

03/20/2014 7:30pm
Seattle police on Thursday released previously unseen images showing drug paraphernalia from the scene of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain's suicide 20 years ago.

Minnesota Orchestra president to step down

03/20/2014 8:11pm
The Minnesota Orchestra says President and CEO Michael Henson will step down in August.
 
   
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