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Zoë Saldana Talks Marriage and Her Husband's 'Romantic' Tattoo

"I hate the sensation that you have when you get home and you think, 'I'm a coward,' " says the Guardians of the Galaxy star

How Prince George spent his first birthday

Grandparents, godparents and Queen Elizabeth II were all in attendance to celebrate Prince William and Kate's son on Tuesday

Cameron Diaz halts interview over Drew Barrymore questions

The "Sex Tape" star was none too thrilled when a radio DJ asked about her "Charlie's Angels" co-star and real-life friend

The digital age of comics has arrived

Comic book fans can now get their "superhero fix" in more ways than ever before. Bigad Shaban takes a look at what's new in this digital age of comics.

Jake Gyllenhaal seeks work in "Nightcrawler" promo

The "Prisoners" star lost more than 20 pounds for his role in the new crime drama from the writer of "The Bourne Legacy"


ArtsBeat: Giving Another Debut Author the Colbert Bump

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ArtsBeat: Giving Another Debut Author the Colbert Bump
Stephen Colbert, whose endorsement of the Hachette author Edan Lepucki, helped sales of her book “California,” has now singled out “Sweetness #9,” by Stephan Eirik ... more

Liane Moriarty: 'We're all capable of things that are breathtakingly cruel'

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Liane Moriarty: 'We're all capable of things that are breathtakingly cruel'
The Australian novelist talks to Bethanne Patrick about sexual violence, spousal abuse and adult bullying in her new book Big Little Lies Continue reading...

Books of The Times: Catherine Lacey’s ‘Nobody Is Ever Missing’

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Books of The Times: Catherine Lacey’s ‘Nobody Is Ever Missing’
In Catherine Lacey’s novel “Nobody Is Ever Missing,” a woman abruptly flees her life in New York and flies to New Zealand, where she has ... more

Bookends: When It Comes to Fiction About National Tragedy, How Soon Is Too Soon?

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Bookends: When It Comes to Fiction About National Tragedy, How Soon Is Too Soon?
Daniel Mendelsohn and Anna Holmes discuss whether there is an appropriate amount of time to wait before turning national tragedy or trauma into art.

Only Ever Yours by Louise O'Neill review

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'The novel itself is based around a misogynistic society bred after the remnants of the old world, ours today, were lost causing new orders to ... more

Real-estate heir charged for urinating on candy

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Real-estate heir charged for urinating on candy
A New York City real estate heir who admitted killing his neighbor a decade ago in Texas is facing a new charge that accuses him ... more

How 2 wedding rings ended up on balloon trip

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How 2 wedding rings ended up on balloon trip
A mystery involving wedding rings and a pair of balloons has apparently been solved.         

Tree honoring Beatles icon killed by beetles

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Tree honoring Beatles icon killed by beetles
A pine tree in Los Angeles that was planted to honor the late George Harrison of the Beatles was killed by beetles.         

For sale: 170-foot bottle of ketchup

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For sale: 170-foot bottle of ketchup
Would you relish having a towering ketchup bottle? That emblem of roadside Americana could be yours if you fork over enough money.         

Woman shot man over bad sex, police say

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Woman shot man over bad sex, police say
A 58-year-old Michigan woman is accused of shooting a man because she was unhappy with their sexual encounter.         

'Star Wars': X-Wing back in picture in J.J. Abrams clip

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By Anthony Breznican New promo for Star Wars: Force For Change charity initiative shows fans an old fave

Mark Ruffalo talks potential for a 'Hulk' movie

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By Anthony Breznican ''If it's in the cards that we're doing the next version of this, I see some fertile ground''

'Apes' overtakes 'Purge' as No. 1 movie: $36M

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By Anthony Breznican Mayhem-in-the-streets sequel at No. 2 with $28.3M; ''Sex Tape'' fizzles at No. 4

Beyonce presents 'Fifty Shades' teaser

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By Ariana Bacle Teaser posted on singer's Instagram doesn’t show too much; trailer arrives July 24

'Purge: Anarchy' tops 'Apes' on Friday

published Fri, Jul 18 2014 23:00 GMT
By Anthony Breznican Mayhem-in-the-streets sequel pulls in $13M; ''Sex Tape'' sluggish at No. 4

Witness Kimbra's Strange, Disco-Kissed 'Miracle' of a Track

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Kimbra is aiming to be much more than — wait for it — somebody that you used to know...

Saul Williams: Tupac Musical Failed Because Iggy Azalea's Winning

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Though Tupac Shakur musical Holler If Ya Hear Me outlasted http://www...

The Nostalgia Machine Transports You to Your Favorite Musical Year

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At last, someone has invented a time machine without the use of a hot tub or a DeLorean.This one is — surprise! — a website ... more

Music Review: Marieann Meringolo Sings at the Metropolitan Room

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Music Review: Marieann Meringolo Sings at the Metropolitan Room
Marieann Meringolo delivers ballads and melodrama with grand style (and a trio) at the Metropolitan Room.

Flying Lotus Announces October LP 'You're Dead!'

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Since the release of his otherworldly 2012 album Until the Quiet Comes, the Los Angeles-based beatmaker Flying Lotus has mostly busied himself with his rap ... more

ArtsBeat: London Theater Journal: On Artifice and Oxygen, Earnest and Jeeves

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ArtsBeat: London Theater Journal: On Artifice and Oxygen, Earnest and Jeeves
Productions of the comedies “Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense” and “The Importance of Being Earnest” operate on the “it’s only a play” premise, calling ... more

ArtsBeat: Learning ‘Lear’: We Really Are Putting on a Play

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ArtsBeat: Learning ‘Lear’: We Really Are Putting on a Play
John Lithgow gets a visit by an old friend.

ArtsBeat: New Victory Theater to Host 10 New Works for Children

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Among the shows are works from Taylor Mac and the Civilians company.

ArtsBeat: Prototype Festival to Bring Three World Premieres to New York

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The Prototype festival, celebrating experimental opera and theater, will bring experimental works to New York City.

ArtsBeat: In Performance: Everett Quinton of ‘Drop Dead Perfect’

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The actor performs a scene from Erasmus Finn’s “Drop Dead Perfect,” a camp melodrama set in 1952.

Ranking new Weird Al Yankovic songs from worst to best

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Ranking new Weird Al Yankovic songs from worst to best
Here's our ranking of the songs from #8Days8Videos by Weird Al Yankovic. Just think of it as "Mandatory Fun."         

15 female icons of the New Wave era: Go-Go's, Joan Jett

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15 female icons of the New Wave era: Go-Go's, Joan Jett
With the Go-Go's playing metro Phoenix, here's a look at 15 iconic female artists of the New Wave era.         

My Phoenix Bikes app a new resource for city cyclists

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My Phoenix Bikes app a new resource for city cyclists
The free app offers interactive maps and tips for commuters, cruisers and serious bike riders across metro Phoenix.         

Top 10 butt-kicking women in film

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Top 10 butt-kicking women in film
"Alien," "Terminator," "Haywire" and more movies with don't-mess-with-them women.         

ArtsBeat: ‘The Leftovers’ Recap: What Kind of Despair Drives Self-Inflicted Pain?

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ArtsBeat: ‘The Leftovers’ Recap: What Kind of Despair Drives Self-Inflicted Pain?
Some deeply unsettling images ruin the holiday cheer.

ArtsBeat: ‘True Blood’ Recap: The Calm Before the Storm?

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ArtsBeat: ‘True Blood’ Recap: The Calm Before the Storm?
Episode 5 of the final season’s 10 had a close-the-chapter feeling. But surely there’s plenty of danger ahead.

ArtsBeat: ‘Halt and Catch Fire’ Recap: Love, Competition and Glory

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ArtsBeat: ‘Halt and Catch Fire’ Recap: Love, Competition and Glory
This AMC show has a strong episode for character and plot development.

Hasbro Selling ‘My Little Pony’ Fan Art

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Hasbro Selling ‘My Little Pony’ Fan Art
The toy company, along with other brands and big retailers are starting to sell the technology and using it to lure shoppers, while manufacturers see ... more

James Garner, Leading Man, Dies at 86

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Mr. Garner slid seamlessly between television and the movies but was best known as the amiable gambler Bret Maverick in the 1950s western “Maverick.”