Michael Melia, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 20th - 10:09pm
For a week, Toto Kisaku was held in a darkened Congolese cell, detained for putting on plays critical of the African nation's government. One at a time, his fellow inmates were led away to their deaths. Kisaku feared he would be executed next until he was set free by a guard who recognized him from his performances.
Russell Contreras, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 20th - 9:26am
Oscar Zeta Acosta, a volatile Mexican-American writer who was the real-life inspiration for Hunter S. Thompson's Dr. Gonzo in "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," is the focus of a new VOCES/PBS documentary.
In a story March 16 about Alicia Vikander's preparations for the new "Tomb Raider" film, The Associated Press reported erroneously that trainer and nutritionist Magnus Lygdback worked with Gal Gadot on "Wonder Woman." He is training Gadot for the upcoming sequel, but did not work with the actress on the original film.