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BBC Entertainment & ArtsApr 17, 2021
Helen McCrory: Stars pay tribute to Peaky Blinders actress
Cillian Murphy, JK Rowling and Sir Sam Mendes lead tributes to the "fearless and magnificent" actress.

Yahoo! BooksApr 17, 2021
'You will be just fine,' says surgeon general of Johnson & Johnson vaccine, though pause continues


Yahoo! BooksApr 17, 2021
Princes William and Harry to be reunited before Prince Philip's funeral


Yahoo! BooksApr 17, 2021
Man who smoked legal weed in Nevada now faces years in prison in Dubai, lawyer says


Yahoo! BooksApr 17, 2021
‘Godzilla Shark' with 12 rows of teeth now has an official name — inspired by dragons


Yahoo! BooksApr 17, 2021
Philippine troops kill Egyptian, 2 Filipino militants


Yahoo! BooksApr 17, 2021
How Meghan ensured she had a part in Prince Philip's funeral - with a handwritten note on wreath


Billboard Music NewsApr 17, 2021
5 Uplifting Moments in Latin Music This Week (April 17)
From career milestones and new music releases to major announcements and more, Billboard editors highlight the latest news buzz in Latin music every week.

Yahoo! BooksApr 17, 2021
Prince Philip funeral: Royal Family has 'not been able to say goodbye to Duke of Edinburgh in the way they'd hoped or planned'- latest updates


Yahoo! BooksApr 17, 2021
Officials said a Black student who was killed by police had shot an officer - but days later they said the teen had not fired the shot


Yahoo! BooksApr 17, 2021
‘Godzilla' shark discovered in New Mexico gets formal name


NYTimes ArtsApr 17, 2021
When Her Mother Died, She Found Solace at a Korean Grocery
Michelle Zauner, a musician who performs under the name Japanese Breakfast, is making her book debut with "Crying in H Mart."

NYTimes ArtsApr 17, 2021
Pseudonymous Bosch's First Book Under His Real Name
In "The Anti-Book," Raphael Simon explores what happens when a bubble gum prize enables an angry boy to erase everything he hates about his life.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 17, 2021
Lawyer for the police officer who shot Adam Toledo complained that people hadn't asked how his client was doing


Yahoo! BooksApr 17, 2021
A week after she was found in a Florida Keys swimming pool, Georgia toddler dies


Yahoo! BooksApr 17, 2021
Officer wasn't shot by student's gun, new report says


Yahoo! ArtsApr 17, 2021
From Asian hate crime to a minimum wage: 25 things Ted Cruz has voted against this year


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BLM activist arrested for anti-Asian hate crime in Seattle (Yahoo! Arts)

Yahoo! ArtsApr 17, 2021
Attorneys for Black Army officer threatened by police criticize response as chief refuses to apologize


Playbill NewsApr 17, 2021
Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: April 17
In 2017, the musical Groundhog Day opens on Broadway.

Yahoo! BooksApr 17, 2021
Justice Department sues Roger Stone over $2M in unpaid taxes


Yahoo! BooksApr 17, 2021
Violent home invasion ends with masked man shot — by his own grandfather, NC cops say


Yahoo! BooksApr 17, 2021
'A little bit of healing to do': Georgia Republicans look to mend after months of 'dramatic division'


Yahoo! BooksApr 17, 2021
'Only Nato membership can bring us security': Q&A with Ukraine's President Zelenskiy


Playbill NewsApr 17, 2021
Celebrating the Legacy of Rebecca Luker on the Stage
The late Tony-nominated actor was born April 17, 1961.

BBC Entertainment & ArtsApr 16, 2021
Helen McCrory: The life and career of Peaky Blinders star
The actress, known for her roles in Peaky Blinders and three Harry Potter films, has died at the age of 52.

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Helen McCrory, British Star of Stage, Film and TV, Dies at 52 (NYTimes Arts)

USA Today: BooksApr 16, 2021
Post Hill Press doubles down on book by officer in Breonna Taylor raid following Simon & Schuster's withdrawal
Post Hill Press is moving forward with a book about Breonna Taylor after Simon & Schuster announced they won't distribute book.       

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Book by Officer Who Shot Breonna Taylor Is a New Test for Publishers (New York Times Books)

Billboard Music NewsApr 16, 2021
Warner Music Japan Exec & Allm Inc. CEO Talk New Solution to Bring Crowds Safely Back to Concerts
Representative director/CEO Teppei Sakano of Allm Inc. sat down with Warner Music Japan's Takehito Masui to elaborate on the novel solution they are working on together that may become key in welcoming audiences safely back to live shows and events.

NYTimes ArtsApr 16, 2021
Nature and Nurture: 8 Picture Books for Earth Day
Andrea Wang, Jason Chin, Travis Jonker, Grant Snider, Juana Martinez-Neal, Corinna Luyken and more depict our symbiotic relationship with the environment.

Rolling Stone Movie ReviewsApr 16, 2021
‘In the Earth': Ben Wheatley's Pandemic-Psychedelic Horrorshow
The British cult filmmaker returns with an eerie story of a global virus, a quest to find a missing scientist and a journey into the dark side of Mother Nature

BBC Entertainment & ArtsApr 16, 2021
Helen McCrory as Aunt Polly in Peaky Blinders
The 52-year-old actress, who has died of cancer, starred in the hit BBC period gang drama.

Billboard Music NewsApr 16, 2021
First Stream Latin: New Music From Sebastian Yatra & Myke Towers, Ximena Sariñana, More
First Stream Latin is a compilation of the best new Latin songs, albums and videos recommended by the Billboard Latin editors. 

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First Out: New Music From Rina Sawayama, Elton John, Troye Sivan & More (Billboard Music News)

Billboard Music NewsApr 16, 2021
‘American Idol' Contestants Will Sing These Oscar-Nominated Songs During Tribute Episode: Exclusive
Billboard has your exclusive look at the songs the top 12 will sing on Sunday night's (April 18) American Idol episode paying tribute to Oscar-nominated songs.

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‘Arlo the Alligator Boy' Review: Of Songs and Scales (NYTimes Arts)

Billboard Music NewsApr 16, 2021
DMX Memorial Service Set for Brooklyn's Barclays Center: Report
A public memorial service for late rapper DMX will be held April 24 at Brooklyn's Barclays Center, TMZ reports.

VultureApr 16, 2021
Simon & Schuster Won't Distribute Book by Cop Involved in Breonna Taylor Killing
The bar is on the floor, folks.

Billboard Music NewsApr 16, 2021
Tribeca Festival to Open With World Premiere of ‘In the Heights'
The Tribeca Festival is set to open its 2021 edition with In the Heights.

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‘In the Heights' Will Premiere at the Tribeca Festival (NYTimes Arts)

USA Today: BooksApr 16, 2021
Publishing company Simon & Schuster won't distribute book by officer from Breonna Taylor raid
Simon & Schuster announced it will not distribute a book written by Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, who took part in the fatal Breonna Taylor apartment raid.       

VultureApr 16, 2021
Amazon's Lord of the Rings Budget Would Make Smaug Blush at About $465 Million
And that's just for the first season.

Billboard Music NewsApr 16, 2021
H.E.R., Leslie Odom Jr. & More to Perform Oscar-Nominated Songs on Pre-Show, Not the Main Telecast
All five Oscar nominees for best original song will be performed in their entirety this year. But they'll be featured on a 90-minute "pre-show," not on the main Oscar telecast.

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Taylor Swift Reveals the ‘Fearless' Vault Song That Pointed to Her Pop Future (Billboard Music News)

CNBC Media NewsApr 16, 2021
Amazon's 'Lord of the Rings' series will cost at least $465 million for first season
Amazon's "Lord of the Rings" could be one of the most costly television series ever made, with its season one price tag coming in at around $465 million.

VultureApr 16, 2021
Younger's Molly Bernard Had a ‘Noble Duty' to Fill Diana's Shoes This Season
"I gotta say, I didn't do any neck training, and I regretted it."

VultureApr 16, 2021
That Falcon and The Winter Soldier Reveal Is More Than Just a Fun Cameo
Debuting this particular character at this particular stage in the MCU opens up some intriguing future scenarios.

Playbill NewsApr 16, 2021
New York Theatre Workshop Artistic Director James C. Nicola to Step Down in 2022
Nicola's 34-year career with the Off-Broadway company has seen the development of such works as Rent, Once, Hadestown, and Slave Play.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 16, 2021
Family to sue after Black man killed by MS police. Lawyers helped George Floyd's family


NYTimes ArtsApr 16, 2021
‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' Season 1, Episode 5: Shielded
As the series approaches its finale, the writers took some time in the penultimate episode to reestablish their characters.

Playbill NewsApr 16, 2021
Simon Russell Beale Will Star in World Premiere of Nina Raine's Bach & Sons at London's Bridge Theatre
The Bridge season will also include Suzan-Lori Parks' White Noise and Philip Pullman's The Book of Dust—La Belle Sauvage.

NYTimes ArtsApr 16, 2021
Feeling a Bit Cramped? ‘Couples Therapy' May Look Familiar
The Showtime docu-series lets viewers eavesdrop on real-life counseling sessions. The new season looks at relationships struggling under quarantine.

NYTimes ArtsApr 16, 2021
He's an Artist. His Medium? Wings, Tails, Scales, Beaks and Claws.
Our horror columnist looks at three new books, one of which is Polly Hall's shudder-inducing debut, "The Taxidermist's Lover."

NYTimes ArtsApr 16, 2021
Head of New York Theater Workshop to Depart in 2022
James C. Nicola, who balanced provocative programming with shows aimed at Broadway, will have served 34 years as artistic director.

New York Times MoviesApr 16, 2021
‘The Father' | Anatomy of a Scene
The director Florian Zeller narrates a sequence from his film featuring Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Colman and Olivia Williams

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How Anthony Hopkins Inhabits ‘The Father' (New York Times Movies)

VultureApr 16, 2021
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Recap: Secret Warriors
A talky penultimate episode hammers on the show's big themes while setting the stage for a big finale showdown.

Playbill NewsApr 16, 2021
In the Heights Film Premiere to Open 2021 Tribeca Festival, With Screenings Across New York City
Anthony Ramos, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Corey Hawkins, and more star in the film adaptation of the Lin-Manuel Miranda-Quiara Alegría Hudes Best Musical winner.

VultureApr 15, 2021
In the Earth Is a Slapdash Wilderness Horror Story for the Age of COVID
The new horror film from Ben Wheatley, made quietly and quickly last year, evokes the pandemic but can't figure out what to say about it.

VultureApr 15, 2021
Younger Goes Full Rom-Com in Its Farewell Season
With its central narrative tension resolved, the series shifts all the way into fun and frothy mode.

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Younger Season-Premiere Recap: Undefined (Vulture)

Time EntertainmentMar 11, 2021
How Princess Diana's Panorama Interview 25 Years Ago Paved the Way for Meghan and Harry's Oprah Tell-All
Princess Diana spoke earnestly and openly about her struggles with royal life in 1995

People Top HeadlinesApr 10, 2018
Cleveland Kidnapping Survivor Michelle Knight Is Married Five Years After Escape From Captivity
One of the three woman who survived being raped and held captive for more than a decade in a Cleveland home announced on Tuesday that she is married.

Michelle Knight made the announcement to Dr. Phil McGraw on an episode of Dr. Phil schedule to air on April 24.

"I've got really good news for you," she told the talk-show host while smiling broadly. "I'm married!"

Knight — who has since changed her name to Lillian Rose Lee — was kidnapped by Ariel Castro in August 2002, when she was 20, along with Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus.

The trio escaped from Castro's home on May 6, 2013. Since then, the women have gone their separate ways while they heal and get reacquainted with the lives they once led.

Knight's appearance on Dr. Phil will run before the May 1 release of her new memoir, Life After Darkness: Finding Healing and Happiness After the Cleveland Kidnappings.

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In her second book, she will discuss her battle with addiction, the truth about her relationship with Berry and DeJesus, and how she has adjusted to life after escaping Castro's house of horrors.

"Michelle shares how she dared to emerge into life again, rebuilding and re-creating her true self," says Mauro DiPreta, vice president and publisher of Hachette Books told PEOPLE exclusively in January. "And offers her thoughts on how anyone who has

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