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Obama: African-American museum tells 'story of all of us'

September 26, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama on Friday celebrated the pending opening of the Smithsonian's new African-American museum and said the institution, decades in the making, is a powerful plac... more »»

Patterson pulls 'The Murder of Stephen King'

September 26, 2016 NEW YORK— James Patterson has decided that an upcoming novel, "The Murder of Stephen King," wasn't a good idea after all and is having the scheduled Nov. 1 publication withdrawn. more »»

Black American journey finally enshrined in national museum

September 26, 2016 By ERRIN HAINES WHACK Associated Press WASHINGTON — When the Smithsonian Museum of African-American History and Culture opens this week alongside the Washington Monument and the National Museum of... more »»

Eddie Murphy returns to screen

September 19, 2016 LOS ANGELES (AP) — You would think that being a comic legend, an Oscar-nominee and starring in some of Hollywood's greatest blockbusters would mean having an abundance of scripts to choose from. more »»

UN chief enlists DiCaprio and other stars to plead for peace

September 19, 2016 UNITED NATIONS — Leonardo DiCaprio, Stevie Wonder, Michael Douglas and other stars pleaded for peace and the survival of the planet Friday which Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said is “closer to... more »»

Oyelowo brings 2 inspiring tales from Africa to Toronto

September 12, 2016 TORONTO— David Oyelowo has two films making gala premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival. Both are warm, heroic tales from Africa. Both are directed by women. more »»

Lewis shows quiet side

September 12, 2016 LOS ANGELES (AP) — If Jerry Lewis is known for being caustic and cantankerous, he left that side of him behind for “Max Rose. more »»

DiCaprio unveils climate film

September 12, 2016 TORONTO (AP) — Leonardo DiCaprio has unveiled his climate change documentary “Before the Flood” at the Toronto International Film Festival, saying the film is intended to “give the scientific... more »»

Hip-hop collective Dungeon Family reuniting at festival

September 12, 2016 By JONATHAN LANDRUM Jr. more »»

Emeril Lagasse feasts globally on new Amazon Prime series

September 5, 2016 NEW YORK— Caution: Eat before you watch “Eat the World.” Do not come to this new Emeril Lagasse-hosted docuseries hungry for anything other than new insights about food, travel and culture. more »»

Tom Wolfe talks Darwin, Chomsky

September 5, 2016 NEW YORK (AP) — After satirizing everything from “radical chic” to 20th century architecture, Tom Wolfe is now mining the mystery of language and the reputation of the most influential linguist of... more »»

Pokemon, just go: France says no

September 5, 2016 PARIS (AP) — Attention, legendary Pokemon creatures: You may soon be expelled from the schools of France. more »»

Harry Belafonte hoping to lead a change

August 29, 2016 NEW YORK — Harry Belafonte feels America has lost its moral compass, and culture can help gain it back. more »»

Settlement for anti-whalers

August 29, 2016 WOODSTOCK, Vt. (AP) — The founder of a radical conservation group made famous by the television show "Whale Wars" says a settlement over anti-whaling activities only prevents the group's U.S. more »»


August 29, 2016 ATLANTA (AP) — Open your ears. What do you hear? If you’re listening to music coming out of the tinny speaker on your phone, you’re not hearing much. more »»

Ohio literary peace award to Marilynne Robinson

August 29, 2016 CINCINNATI (AP) — Writer Marilynne Robinson has been named the winner of a lifetime achievement award that celebrates the power of literature to foster peace, social justice and global understandin. more »»

Film explores Jackie’s role in JFK’s legacy

August 22, 2016 By WILLIAM J. KOLE Associated Press BOSTON — How much of John F. more »»

UN chief enlists star power to end poverty

August 15, 2016 LOS ANGELES — U.N. more »»

Vermont ballet group dances down on the farm

August 15, 2016 CHARLOTTE, Vt. — At the height of the summer, corn fields are getting taller, tomatoes are starting to ripen, cows are grazing — and ballet dancers are pirouetting and leaping across the grass. more »»



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