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John Wilkes Booth entered the theater box where Abraham Lincoln was attending a performance of "Our American Cousin" and shot him in the back of the head.
Because the pages of history can be made into a computer file, the city of Springfield is sharing documents of 1865 city council actions with the group organizing the 150th anniversary commemoration of President Lincoln's funeral.
It was a war we won, despite the burning of Washington D.C. by British soldiers in 1814.
The Oscar nominated filmmaker is penning a script with Irish screenwriter Audrey O'Reilly based on the terrorist bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland, which left 270 passengers and town residents dead.
Actress will speak about career and struggles with bipolar disorder at Laurel View Country Club in Hamden.
Here's a look at models, super or otherwise, who've made the leap to movies, starting with Kate Upton in "The Other Woman."
'CHEF:' Actor John Leguizamo attends the premiere for "Chef" during the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival on Tuesday, April 22, in New York.
First-time filmmaker Jordan Rubin walks us through the making of the wackiest movie at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Bloomington Civic Theatre is proud to present Gypsy at the Schneider Theatre, starring Dora Dolphin as Baby June.
Way up north on West End Avenue, Estelle Parsons and her husband, Peter Zimroth, call home a sunny, sprawling Hannah and Her Sisters -type apartment that basks in silver shafts of light from the Hudson.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie slammed "Late Show" host David Letterman Wednesday, pledging his allegiance to Letterman's successor, Stephen Colbert .
The recent death, at 76, of former US middleweight boxing contender, Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter, reminded the world of the courageous and tenacious struggle this black man waged to overturn his wrongful conviction and imprisonment for murder in 1966.
Ford has a chance to make a first impression with its Lincoln brand in China, and it is not taking the rare opportunity lightly.
His legend shall live on longer than that of fighters more skilled than he, if for no other reason than Bob Dylan wrote one of his more popular songs about him, and also for the fact that the Rubin "Hurricane" Carter case is boxings' JFK assassination, destined to be debated long after the principals involved exit their life stage on earth.
Jessica Chastain may soon be adding "biopic" to her already impressive resume, though not in the traditional sense of the word.
Two of film's mustiest tropes are stitched together in Jos Stelling's period melodrama The Girl and Death : A man falls in love with a prostitute while she wastes away of tuberculosis.