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Yahoo! ArtsApr 14, 2021
Mississippi dad suffers stroke after Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Here's what happened.


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Yahoo! ArtsApr 14, 2021
Brooklyn Center, Minn., police release footage of Daunte Wright shooting, chief says he believes officer mistakenly grabbed gun instead of Taser


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Playbill NewsApr 14, 2021
Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: April 14
Bye Bye Birdie, starring Dick Van Dyke and Chita Rivera, opens on Broadway in 1960.

Billboard Music NewsApr 14, 2021
Ryan Reynolds and Salma Hayek Run From Bad Guys to ‘…Baby One More Time' in ‘Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard' Trailer
The Hitman's Bodyguard's delayed sequel now has a teaser trailer. Watch it here.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 14, 2021
W Galen Weston, retail tycoon behind Selfridges, dies aged 80


BBC Entertainment & ArtsApr 14, 2021
Jake Paul: YouTuber denies assaulting TikTok star Justine Paradise
The YouTuber has been accused of sexually assaulting the TikTok star, but says the claims are false.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 14, 2021
Pushback against restrictive voting measures gains momentum


Yahoo! ArtsApr 14, 2021
17-foot shark leaves Outer Banks, shows up 2,000 miles east on other side of Atlantic


Yahoo! BooksApr 14, 2021
Biden on Afghanistan: 'Time to end America's longest war'


Yahoo! BooksApr 14, 2021
Daunte Wright's aunt said she doesn't believe the officer who killed him mixed up her gun with her Taser


Billboard Music NewsApr 14, 2021
Bad Bunny & Tainy Reach Record-Extending Milestones Atop Latin Songwriter & Producer Charts
Bad Bunny and Tainy each extend their reigns, and hit notable milestones, on Billboard's Latin songwriter and producer charts (dated April 17).

NYTimes ArtsApr 14, 2021
Colton Underwood, ‘Bachelor' Star, Comes Out as Gay
The 29-year-old former football player had written about questioning his sexuality in a memoir, published in 2020.

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Yahoo! BooksApr 14, 2021
Pope asks US bishop to resign after cover-up investigation


Yahoo! ArtsApr 14, 2021
Kansas, Missouri suspend Johnson & Johnson vaccine, following lead of federal agencies


Yahoo! ArtsApr 14, 2021
3 takeaways from the first day of Derek Chauvin's defense in the killing of George Floyd


Yahoo! ArtsApr 14, 2021
Daunte Wright's family disputes claim officer mistakenly fired gun instead of Taser: 'An accident is knocking over a glass of milk'


AV Club FilmsApr 14, 2021
Taylor Swift's "Hey Stephen" isn't about Stephen Colbert, no matter what her vision board says
The music world is throwing up its collective fist in solidarity with singer-songwriter Taylor Swift on her recent move to emancipate her back catalogue. For those not Squad-adjacent, the music rights to Swift's first five albums were sold out from under her by her former label, seeing the singer decide that now would…

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NYTimes ArtsApr 14, 2021
The Long History of Those Who Fought to Save the Animals
In "Beloved Beasts," Michelle Nijhuis tells the stories of the men and women who have fought to rescue endangered animals from extinction.

Billboard Music NewsApr 14, 2021
Taylor Swift Is Obsessed With Stephen Colbert In Hilarious ‘Late Show' Segment
"Hey Stephen" is actually, in Swift's own words, about the master of horror Stephen King. Or is it?

Playbill NewsApr 14, 2021
Come From Away Sets Reopening Date in London's West End
The Olivier-winning musical will return to the Phoenix Theatre.

Billboard Music NewsApr 14, 2021
Harry Connick Jr. & Lauren Daigle Returning to ‘American Idol' for Comeback Show
The two guest performers on Monday (April 19) night's installment of American Idol are both making "comeback" appearances.

NYTimes ArtsApr 14, 2021
Oscar Live-Action Shorts: A History
Live-action shorts were once as mainstream as best picture. Now they're treated as afterthoughts. Their history reflects the evolution of Hollywood.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 14, 2021
Missouri GOP state lawmaker Rick Roeber resigns amid allegations he abused his children


Yahoo! ArtsApr 14, 2021
Caron Nazario ‘feared for his life' in pepper spray traffic stop


VultureApr 13, 2021
The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard's Trailer's Blog Post
Can bodyguards take "sabbatical"?

BBC Entertainment & ArtsApr 13, 2021
Jake Paul accused of sexual assault by Justine Paradise
The YouTuber has not yet commented on allegations from Paradise, a TikTok star.

Billboard Music NewsApr 13, 2021
Taylor Swift Turns ‘Fearless' Castoffs Into an EP of Gems With ‘From the Vault' 6-Pack
On the Billboard Pop Shop Podcast, we take a closer listen to the half-dozen "new" songs released as part of Swift's re-recorded "Fearless (Taylor's Version)."

AV Club FilmsApr 13, 2021
CG Tig Notaro is the best part of the Army Of The Dead Trailer, though everything else is okay too
The biggest and most Zack Snyder-y Zack Snyder movie ever is now finally out in the world (with his name in the title and everything), which means it's time to move on and see what other loud and varyingly tolerable tricks he has up his sleeve with Army Of The Dead—a return to the genre that birthed his 2004 Dawn Of…

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Billboard Music NewsApr 13, 2021
Phoebe Bridgers Is Raising Money for Daunte Wright's Family With Handwritten Tattoo Stencils
On Monday (April 12), Bridgers took to her Twitter to encourage fans to donate money to Wright's son and girlfriend by offering handwritten tattoo templates of her lyrics.

NYTimes ArtsApr 13, 2021
Missing Girls and a Bit of Mysticism, in Paula McLain's Debut Thriller
In "When the Stars Go Dark," the author of "The Paris Wife" tries her hand at a new genre.

NYTimes ArtsApr 13, 2021
An Old Man's Youthful Fascinations Animate Cynthia Ozick's New Novel
The protagonist of the author's latest work, "Antiquities," recounts his obsession with Egyptian artifacts and his boyhood friendship with an unusual classmate.

NYTimes ArtsApr 13, 2021
‘Love Made You Black': Gazes of Desire and Despair in a New Novel
Caleb Azumah Nelson's debut, "Open Water," sets a romance between 20-somethings against the backdrop of racial oppression in southeast London.

NYTimes ArtsApr 13, 2021
On the Run From the Nazis, Taking Train After Train
Written in the wake of Kristallnacht, "The Passenger," a novel by Ulrich Alexander Boschwitz, follows a Jewish man in an increasingly hostile world.

NYTimes ArtsApr 13, 2021
The 15th-Century Wool Worker's Son Who Made Books for Princes and Popes
"The Bookseller of Florence," by Ross King, tells the history of Renaissance bookmaking through the story of Vespasiano da Bisticci, who rose from humble roots to dominate the trade.

NYTimes ArtsApr 13, 2021
‘Our Towns' Review: Across America, Signs of Life
In this companion piece to the book of the same title, James and Deborah Fallows search for revitalization in American cities that had fallen on hard times.

Rolling Stone Movie NewsApr 13, 2021
Best Actress Oscar-Winners Since 2000, Ranked Worst to Best
From British royalty to the mighty Meryl Streep, our updated list of the ladies who've nabbed Academy Awards in the 21st century

NYTimes ArtsApr 13, 2021
With a New Museum, African Workers Take Control of Their Destiny
A Dutch artist worked with former plantation employees to create a "white cube" that they hope will one day display works returned from European museums.

BBC Entertainment & ArtsApr 09, 2021
Kate Garraway's husband returns home after a year-long battle with Covid-19
Derek Draper will receive round-the-clock care, the Good Morning Britain presenter said on Friday.

Rolling Stone Movie NewsApr 08, 2021
Cher Fights to Save ‘The Loneliest Elephant' in New Doc Trailer
Film will recount the story of Kavaan, an elephant long kept in captivity in Pakistan, who was finally moved to a wildlife sanctuary in Cambodia last year

Fandango.com Entertainment NewsOct 16, 2020
Watch Exclusive 'Love and Monsters' Clip: This Is Bad


True love endures all, even a massive invasion from outer space that leaves the Earth in apocalyptic ruins. In Love and Monsters, young Joel (Dylan O'Brien) is among the lucky survivors and is determined to reunite with his beloved girlfriend Aimee (Jessica Henwick). Now all he has to do is travel 80 miles on foot through unknown territory ruled by dangerous monsters that have conquered the planet. Clearly, he could use a little help! Early in his journey, accompanied only by a canine...

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