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Grammy Award-winning singer Nancy Wilson dies at 81

(Reuters) - Grammy award-winning singer Nancy Wilson, whose hits ranged from R&B to jazz and funk, died at her California home at age 81 on Thursday after a long illness, her publicist said. Read More


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Rolling Stones' Keith Richards (almost) quits drinking

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Keith Richards, the hard-partying lead guitarist of the Rolling Stones, has quit drinking - almost - saying he "just got fed up with it." More »


Janet Jackson gets Rock Hall of Fame place on Brit-heavy list

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Janet Jackson finally won her place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Thursday when the pop singer was named as one of seven music acts to be getting a place in music history. More »


'Mary Poppins' return brings world some magic, cast say

LONDON (Reuters) - The return of Mary Poppins to the big screen brings some much needed magic to the world in uncertain times, the cast of the new film about the beloved nanny said on Wednesday as they premiered the highly anticipated movie in London. More »


Musical 'A Star is Born' leads film contenders for SAG awards

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Musical drama remake "A Star is Born" led a wide range of contenders for the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Wednesday, landing four nominations, including best movie ensemble. More »


Cuban ballet star Carlos Acosta stars in own biopic

HAVANA (Reuters) - For Carlos Acosta, the son of a black truck driver in Communist-run Cuba, overcoming poverty, prejudice and politics to become a global ballet legend, write a best-selling memoir and create his own dance company was not enough. More »


Cosby's lawyers cite grounds for appealing sexual assault conviction

(Reuters) - Attorneys for Bill Cosby outlined their grounds on Tuesday for appealing his sexual assault conviction, citing what they called errors in legal procedure that may have biased the jury and warrant a new trial for the once-beloved comedian. More »


Broadway's 'To Kill a Mockingbird' puts new spin on racial injustice

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Almost 60 years after it was first published as a book, "To Kill a Mockingbird" opens this week in a first Broadway theater adaptation whose themes of racial injustice are just as relevant today. More »


Beauty meets despair in racial injustice movie 'Beale Street'

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Some films about race in America are angry, many are passionate, or terrifying or heartbreaking, and a few are funny. More »


Movie-mad India could overtake U.S. as top user-base - IMDb

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Movie-mad Indians and the cheap data packs on their smartphones could make India the biggest user-base market for IMDb over the next five years, the Amazon-owned movie rating website said on Wednesday. More »


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