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As the 150th anniversary of the burning of Darien approaches, historian Buddy Sullivan wants to clear up what he considers a misconception about the south Georgia town's Civil War history.
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About 130 people have retraced Arlo Guthrie's journey immortalized in the song "Alice's Restaurant Massacree" to raise money and awareness for Huntington's disease.
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Veteran star John Hurt has been unveiled as an incarnation of The Doctor as the latest series of Doctor Who reached its climax last night.
Kerry Washington may have taken television by storm, playing crisis manager Olivia Pope on ABC's Scandal , but she joked Sunday that she is still haunted by being cast as a frog in a college musical.
A guitar played by John Lennon and George Harrison of the Beatles has sold for $408,000 at auction.
Penne Hackforth-Jones, one of the nation's most recognisable actors, died on Saturday, months after being diagnosed with lung cancer.
The Coen brothers' resurrection of the pre-Dylan folk scene in Greenwich Village serenaded Cannes with its period music and melancholy tale of a self-destructive, feline-toting musician.
Hudson didn't see it. But now that she's a mother herself - of two sons, Rider and Bingham - the 34-year-old actress says she treasures the comparison.
The spunky song-and-dancer entertainer and actress Debbie Reynolds, now 81, looks back with humor and zestful spirits in her memoir "Unsinkable" at a personal life that might well have done a lesser lady in and at an enviable career that is still going strong.
Cynthia Nixon makes her directorial debut with a benefit reading of Jules Feiffer's 1967 comedy Little Murders May 19 at Off-Broadway's Acorn Theatre.
Pregnant reality star KIM KARDASHIAN has fuelled rumours she's expecting a daughter with rapper KANYE WEST - the invitations to her baby shower feature a dancing ballerina.
"This may be the year that Austin earns its place on the map as a movie capital," concludes Melena Ryzik in a profile of our city's film scene, which appears in this Sunday's New York Times .
Obama has reportedly spoken about 'going Bulworth.' Michael Tomasky says that would be a terrible idea-and he has another Hollywood role model in mind for the president.
For so many of us, Julie Andrews loomed large in our childhoods, a constant presence through repeated viewings of those two iconic films, MARY POPPINS, and THE SOUND of MUSIC.
Baz Luhrmann's film The Great Gatsby has the turbulent emotions of F. Scott Fitzgerald's book.
Summer in Little Italy will officially start on Saturday, May 25, with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 12 Noon marking the opening of the Mulberry Street Pedestrian Mall , it was announced by Ralph Tramontana, President of the Little Ital Merchants Association which has operated the Mall since its creation 25 years ago.