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If the Tabernas Desert in Spain's Almeria region looks like the set of a Hollywood Western, that's because it was one.
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As part of a new series called "My Big Break," All Things Considered is collecting stories of triumph, big and small.
Hughes, who was one of Australia's most prolific TV and film stars, passed away in Sydney on Saturday .
He didn't see a child; he saw a thug. He saw someone whose skin color and loud gangsta music screamed out threat, someone who would sooner shoot than listen to reason.
The film called "The Address" follows the 50 boys at the Greenwood School in Putney who have learning disabilities as they struggle to learn and recite the words uttered by Abraham Lincoln in 1863.
Tampa Bay , March 8 : Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey will join Indian actor Vidya Balan at the IIFA Master Class Panel to be held here next month.
Liam Neeson has become the crown prince of over-the-top, B-movie action stardom with his new film, "Non-Stop," a generic thriller set in an all-too-common background of suspense-the airplane.
"Hunger Games: Mockingjay" director Francis Lawrence discusses the loss of Phillip Seymour Hoffman who died suddenly February 2. "We still think about him every day," says Lawrence.
RumorFix reports that Kalvert was found in his home on Wednesday, March 5, and that his death is being investigated as a suicide .
Catalyst Theatre returns to Vancouver for an encore presentation of Nevermore: The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe at Kay Meek Centre March 11-14.
How LBJ passed the '64 Civil Rights Act-by lying, schmoozing, charming, and threatening-is dramatized in the new Broadway play, starring Bryan Cranston.
Jennifer Connelly went home with her director every night - but that's no surprise, considering the cuddly chemistry between the pair on the set.
A construction worker stands on break, reflected in a wax rendition of the Underground Railroad at the Gettysburg Heritage Center.
From Cicero to hick, President Lincoln has many voices in Jerome Charyn's novelization of America's greatest leader-and he also has sex.
Abass Hassan Mohammed, originally of Somali, poses with a statue of Abraham Lincoln after becoming an American citizen on July 26, 2013 in New York City.
As a Black woman I'm happy. As a mentor to young women in my community, I'm happy about what this moment will mean to how they see themselves.