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Springsteen recounts struggle to live outside bliss of rock songs
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bruce Springsteen talked on Friday about his struggle to live in the real world rather than inside the lyrical songs he has composed over his 40-year career.
04/28/2017 10:27:24pm
Comedy series 'Roseanne' could be latest U.S. television comeback
(Reuters) - "Roseanne," the hit 1990s television comedy about a working-class American family, could be on its way back, Hollywood trade publications reported on Friday, marking the latest in a trend for revivals of 20-year-old shows.
04/28/2017 04:11:17pm
China's first androgynous all-girl pop band challenges ideal of femininity
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's all-girl "boy band", FFC-Acrush, had more than 749,000 followers on social networking site Weibo even before any of their music was released.
04/28/2017 07:16:14am
Trump, streaming likely winners in potential TV writers' strike
LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump may finally get a break.
04/28/2017 02:01:55pm
More Star Trek stamps? Make it so, says Canada Post
TORONTO (Reuters) - "Star Trek" fans can now get Starfleet's most famous figures to help deliver their mail, thanks to a new collection of seven stamps issued on Friday by Canada Post, the country's mail operator.
04/28/2017 01:29:14pm
Bad Boy Records family reunites for Sean Combs documentary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Rappers Faith Evans, Lil' Kim, Mase and French Montana turned out in a mini Bad Boy Records reunion to celebrate the Sean "Diddy" Combs documentary, "Can't Stop, Won't Stop: A Bad Boy Story."
04/28/2017 03:10:56pm
Emma Watson says 'The Circle' brought home pitfalls of social media
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Emma Watson says making her new movie "The Circle," about a fictitious social media giant, had been a tough and vulnerable experience that brought home issues of ethics and the boundaries of privacy in an increasingly public age.
04/27/2017 01:15:53pm
Ballet great Baryshnikov granted Latvian citizenship
RIGA (Reuters) - Latvia has granted citizenship to ballet great Mikhail Baryshnikov, who left more than 50 years ago when the Baltic country was still under the Soviet rule.
04/27/2017 09:34:45am
'Silence of the Lambs' director Jonathan Demme dies of cancer
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Jonathan Demme, the eclectic movie director whose work ranged from thrillers like "The Silence of the Lambs" to documentaries on leading musicians, died early on Wednesday of complications from esophageal cancer, his publicist said.
04/26/2017 07:30:25pm
Fox News anchor, others hit network with race bias claims
(Reuters) - Fox News faces renewed legal claims that it mistreated non-white employees, a week after network parent Twenty-First Century Fox Inc severed ties with its biggest star over unrelated sexual harassment complaints.
04/26/2017 05:48:25pm