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Universal Orlando announces new King Kong ride for 2016

Tamara Lush, Associated Press  |  posted 2 minutes ago
King Kong first appeared on screens in New York City in 1933, but next summer, he'll be in Florida, headlining a new thrill ride at Universal Orlando.

Charlie Hebdo receives PEN award at literary gala in NYC

Hillel Italie, Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 11:51am
Under armed security and a cloud of conflicted opinions and emotions, the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo was presented a freedom of expression award on Tuesday night from the PEN American Center.

Hot Chocolate singer Errol Brown dies at 71 in the Bahamas

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 11:01am
Errol Brown, the lead singer of the band Hot Chocolate, has died in the Bahamas, his manager said Wednesday. He was 71.

CBS' Bob Schieffer leaving 'Face the Nation' this month

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 9:51am
Bob Schieffer's last Sunday as host of CBS' "Face the Nation" will be on May 31.

Darren Criss to host free Stars in the Alley concert May 27

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 9:51am
"Glee" star Darren Criss is hosting this year's Stars in the Alley concert, which features free performances from over 20 new and long-running Broadway shows.

Latest revival of 'The King and I' plans national tour

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 9:41am
The latest revival of "The King and I" plans to stick around at Lincoln Center and also to hit the road.

Francis Ford Coppola wins prestigious Spanish prize for arts

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 9:31am
Francis Ford Coppola, director of such classics as "The Godfather" trilogy and "Apocalypse Now," has won Spain's Princess of Asturias arts prize for his outstanding contribution to the world of film.

Author to face critics of new book about city's rape cases

Matt Volz, Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 9:21am
Jon Krakauer, the best-selling author of "Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town," is headed to the titular town Wednesday to face angry critics who say his decision to focus on the small Montana city is unfair.

Scientific study: Beatles, Stones eclipsed by hip-hop impact

Gregory Katz, Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 8:40am
The impact of hip-hop's arrival on the pop music scene eclipsed that of the Beatles-led British invasion of 1964, a computer analysis of 17,000 songs has found.

Bollywood star Salman Khan sentenced to 5 years in 2002 case

Rajanish Kakade, Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 7:22am
One of India's biggest and most popular movie stars, Salman Khan, was sentenced to five years in jail Wednesday on charges of driving a vehicle over five men sleeping on a sidewalk and killing one in a hit-and-run case that has dragged for more than 12 years.

Smashing Pumpkins frontman brings awareness to vets

John Carucci, Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 1:32am
When Smashing Pumpkins takes the stage this summer, part of the band's mission will be to raise awareness of the plight of U.S. military veterans.

Prince announces 'Rally 4 Peace' concert Sunday in Baltimore

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 1:10am
Prince has announced plans to perform at a concert in Baltimore following recent unrest in the city over the death of a man who was fatally injured in police custody.

Food critic Josh Ozersky found dead in Chicago hotel

J.m. Hirsch, Associated Press  |  posted May 5th - 10:21pm
Food critic Josh Ozersky, whose witty and snarky writing generally focused on his obsession with all things meat, has died in Chicago. He was 47.

Fans push to preserve Jim Morrison's New Mexico home

The Associated Press  |  posted May 5th - 9:22pm
Fans of Jim Morrison, the late singer for The Doors, are in a push to preserve his childhood home in New Mexico.

Team behind Tony Awards to produce Kennedy Center Honors

Brett Zongker, Associated Press  |  posted May 5th - 3:21pm
Producers who have created the Tony Awards show for the past 12 years will be given a "clean slate" and a mandate to update the "Kennedy Center Honors," marking a new direction for the CBS broadcast for the first time in nearly four decades.
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