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Monday , November 29 2021


Obama, Boss swap tales on podcast

Odd couple team up for Spotify series NEW YORK, Feb 28, (AP): Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen are teaming up for an eight-episode Spotify podcast …

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Thousands of people mourn death of Kuwaiti actor Balam

Infected with virus after taking the first dose of the vaccine KUWAIT CITY, Feb 28: Kuwaiti actor Mishary Al-Balam died due to coronavirus a few …

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It’s a smash hit! Chinese return big-time to movie theaters

BEIJING, Feb 27, (AP): The thrills and chills of the big screen are back big-time in the world’s largest film market. With the coronavirus well …

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‘Resident Alien’ invader gets lift-off

‘Resident Alien,” a new Syfy series that caught the attention of veteran TV critic Rob Owen and approving viewers, is evidence that inventive shows exist …

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Daniels, Day take on Holiday’s legacy

Film depicts ‘unsung civil rights hero’ Lee Daniels didn’t want to touch the story of Billie Holiday. “Lady Sings the Blues” already existed after all. …

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James Franco sexual misconduct case settled

A tentative settlement has been reached in a lawsuit that alleged James Franco intimidated students at an acting and film school he founded into gratuitous …

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Black Pumas grab Grammy attention

Band break out with rock, soul fusion NASHVILLE, Tenn., Feb 21, (AP): When Eric Burton and Adrian Quesada first started playing together in an Austin …

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A compellingly cruel Pike in ‘I Care’

An air of mystery surrounded Rosamund Pike in “Gone Girl” but there’s no mistaking her in “I Care a Lot.” Sporting designer suits and a …

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The sweet rise of ‘Queen Sugar’ director

Glaude also builds her production muscles NEW YORK, Feb 18, (AP): When the Oprah Winfrey Network series “Queen Sugar” debuted in 2016, Cierra Glaude worked …

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UK performers say post-Brexit visa rules spell disaster

LONDON, Feb 17, (AP): Leading British actors including Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart and Julie Walters warned the government on Tuesday that the UK culture sector …

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