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The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism expressed its deep disappointment in how a music, art and culture festival imploded, leaving hundreds stranded and angry.
Tehran, April 29, IRNA - Vice President and head of Environmental Protection Organization Masoumeh Ebtekar said on Saturday that Iran and Japan environment delegations are to visit Ahvaz this Monday
Actors Laura Dern from "Big Little Lies," Justin Theroux from "The Leftovers," Regina King from "American Crime" and Milo Ventimiglia from "This Is Us" discuss the possible upcoming writers' strik
Shahrekord, Charmahal and Bakhtiari Prov., April 29, IRNA -- A German tourist who was in need of help in Khoda Afarin Bridge woodland, between Ardal and Koohrang towns in Charmahal and Bakhtiari, was
Mashad, April 29, IRNA – Manager of Hasheminejad hospital in Mashad Majid Taghizadeh said on Saturday that a five-year old girl who was beaten up by her stepfather is diagnosed as brain dead.
Tehran, April 29, IRNA – An international conference on nanotechnology and nanomedicine is to be held at Institute of Materials and Energy in Alborz province.
What happens when a reporter for The New York Times spends one hour in Emily Dickinson’s former bedroom? Hear about Sarah Lyall’s experience and explore the room yourself in this 360 video.
When Hollywood writers went on strike in 1973, they were agitating for something new -- the creation of a health plan that would offer comprehensive coverage for its guild members. Since then, the
Hillary Clinton had come to talk about elephants. But she reserved some enthusiasm for a brewing technological revolution too. “This virtual reality experience you’re providing is so critical beca
SERIES Training Day Frank (Bill Paxton) and Kyle (Justin Cornwell) investigate the disappearances of several of Holly’s (Julie Benz) “working girls” and are led to a Hollywood producer known
The traditional music industry is playing "catch-up" when it comes to recognizing electronic music, according to some artists who have decided to cre
Christopher Dodd will step down as chairman of the Motion Picture Assn. of America after six years as the head of the lobbying arm of major Hollywood studios, according to two people familiar with
The first-ever Fyre Festival wasn’t supposed to be like this. Hyped as “the cultural experience of the decade,” the festival was supposed to launch the first of its two consecutive weekends Friday
The flash of faces across the CNN promo spot is instantly recognizable, a swirl of anchors and reporters ubiquitous in these news-obsessed times. The last one, however, is not the like the others.
An A-lister in his native Mexico, Eugenio Derbez has yet to break into the American mainstream. However, “How to Be a Latin Lover” may be the film that finally introduces him to a wider audience w
Art with a political edge, or at least a heightened awareness of this moment, is starting to make an impact at commercial galleries in the British capital.
UNDERRATED ‘Seed: The Untold Story’ on PBS: With the world struggling to navigate a crisis on seemingly every front, dedicating another hour to learn of another isn’t an easy proposition. That sai
The inaugural Fyre Festival, promoted by celebrities including supermodels Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski, was postponed Friday after attendees re
SUNDAY Your not-so-humble host finds himself in L.A. on the return of “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown.” 6 and 9 p.m. CNN Hailee Steinfeld, Miley’s kid sister Noah Cyrus and “America’s Got Talen
At 65, John Mellencamp no longer chases drama. “I have found that life is a big enough adventure,” he says calling from his 86-acre property in Bloomington, Ind. “Young kids go to the movies to be
He’s a rapper, a social media phenomenon, the guy yelling “ya” on Migos’s hit “Bad and Boujee.” What’s the secret of Uzi’s success? A panel discussion, on Popcast.
Zahedan, Sistan-Baluchestan prov, April 28, IRNA – The 4.9-magnitude earthquake which jolted in Chabahar, south of the Sistan-Baluchestan province on Friday caused no damage, said a senior local offi
Students at an Edmonton elementary school have been ordered to refrain from discussing 13 Reasons Why, a controversial Netflix series about the suici
The Fourth Edition of the International Jewelry and Art event, organized by Jewels of the World took place on April 26 at the prestigious Suites of Four Seasons Hotel.
Wayne Flynt, a friend of Ms. Lee, has written a book, “Mockingbird Songs,” in which he shares thoughts and correspondence regarding the literary enigma.
Comedy Central debuted its new weekly show, starring the Trump impersonator Anthony Atamanuik. He helped clarify the meaning of that “America First” slogan.
Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney pick up where they left off in Season 3 of the deliriously filthy comedy “Catastrophe.” And “Dear White People” becomes a TV series.
Lucas Hnath’s “A Doll’s House, Part 2,” funny and illuminating, dares to wonder what Ibsen’s Nora Helmer has been up to since she slammed that door.
Colourful Acadian group Les Hôtesses d’Hilaire shared ECMA wins with pop star Ria Mae, banjo player Old Man Luedecke and a host of Atlantic Canadian
Elle King remembers wanting to cry after one of the first gigs she played in Nashville. The young singer with roots in pop and rock was opening for Margo Price a few years ago and recalls doing tw
In the opening scenes of Russia’s new series The Optimists, Soviets stroll past shiny U.S. appliances at the 1959 American Exhibition in Moscow, held to bring two Cold War foes closer together.
The women each won $20,000 for their work, while an Iranian who won best short couldn’t accept in person and blamed “Mr. Trump’s fascinating decisions.”
Writer-director-editor Kenneth Mader’s sci-fi thriller “Displacement” is certainly ambitious. But for anyone unfamiliar with physics or averse to a while-you-watch cram course, this film might pro
Folk legend Joan Baez admits she's not the most obvious choice to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year. HBO will broadcast the ceremony on Saturday.
Universal was ready for its close-up in the first quarter of the year with strong performances from several films, including “Get Out,” “Fifty Shades Darker” and “Sing,” while visitors flocked to
Nintendo Co.'s Switch, a new hybrid game machine that works as both a console and a tablet, is selling well, helping the Kyoto-based company behind t
Eugenio Derbez is an icon in his home country of Mexico, known for countless popular films and television shows. But here in the U.S., Derbez often walks down the street with few people recognizin
Eugenio Derbez is an icon in his home country of Mexico, known for countless popular films and television shows. But here in the U.S., Derbez often walks down the street with few people recognizin
This documentary, one of several commemorating the riots’ 25th anniversary, assembles broadcast and helicopter footage into a taut chronological account.
A drama from Brazil about a psychiatrist who defied medical orthodoxy and treated patients with paint brushes instead of spikes and electroshock therapy.
It might come as a surprise that director Steven Shainberg of “Secretary” and “Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus” fame has tackled a genre film — the wild and kooky sci-fi/horror flick “Ru
There’s at least one hyphen too many where the intermittently entertaining South Korean historical-mystery-adventure-comedy-drama “The King’s Case Note” is concerned. There’s a workable, quirky Ho
The evening of Sept. 11, 2001, had been like any other for Abdulnasser Gharem — until it wasn’t. A self-taught artist and a young officer in the Saudi Arabian army, Gharem was relaxing at home in
Japanese game studio Atlus has loosened their online streaming restrictions for their game Persona 5, after gamers voiced their displeasure about bei
Mr. Jones, 86, has appeared in 20 Broadway plays since 1958 and has won two Tony Awards, for “The Great White Hope” in 1969 and “Fences” in 1987.
Universal was ready for its close-up in the first quarter of the year with strong performances from several films, including “Get Out,” “Fifty Shades Darker” and “Sing,” while visitors flocked to
Says the incoming dean of the USC School of Architecture, Milton Curry: "The school under my leadership will have a voice in the future of Los Angeles, the civic identity of Los Angeles."
“I always knew I could be an actor, even when nobody else did,” Oscar Isaac says. In the last few years, the 38-year-old has proved he was correct. Isaac, born in Guatemala and raised in Miami, go
Social media company Instagram pulled photos by U.S. photographer Imogen Cunningham promoting an exhibit at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, saying they
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and his mom, Virginia, open up about their relationship throughout the years and how rock-star moms have supported t
Connecting retrospective and introspective points of view, the 33rd edition of the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival begins with Thursday’s opening night gala, a 15th anniversary screening o
The biopic of Nova Scotia folk artist Maud Lewis had a higher per-screen average last weekend in Atlantic Canada than top-grossing The Fate of the Fu
A roundtable conversation with some of the creative minds behind "Bandstand," "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and other new musicals navigating the post-"Hamilton" Broadway landscape.
We talk to the “Moonlight” director about his cinematic style, his next project, his love of science fiction, and that crazy night at the Academy Awards.
There’s a strange sort of symmetry at work when, midway through speaking with “Catastrophe” star and co-creator Rob Delaney on a transatlantic phone call, the comic abruptly asks to cut an intervi
In the appealing new Netflix comedy "Dear White People," Justin Simien expands his 2014 movie about black life at a mostly white Ivy League college into a 10-part series. That this review is writt
A botched rollout of the Canada Council for the Arts's new online grant application process is causing confusion and headaches for artists and arts o
A botched rollout of the Canada Council for the Arts's new online grant application process is causing confusion and headaches for artists and arts o
The “Daily Show” host pondered the dilemma faced by black residents of Mississippi and Alabama: “So I either don’t get the day off, or I support slavery?”
The director wasn’t sold on the idea at first. “A talking raccoon — that’s a stupid idea,” he thought. Now? “I love the raccoon as much as I love my family.”
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