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21 min ago | USA Today
"Hunger Games: Mockingjay" director Francis Lawrence discusses the loss of Phillip Seymour Hoffman who died suddenly February 2. "We still think about him every day," says Lawrence.
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4 hrs ago | The Huffington Post
RumorFix reports that Kalvert was found in his home on Wednesday, March 5, and that his death is being investigated as a suicide .
6 hrs ago | North Shore News
Catalyst Theatre returns to Vancouver for an encore presentation of Nevermore: The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe at Kay Meek Centre March 11-14.
10 hrs ago | The Daily Beast
How LBJ passed the '64 Civil Rights Act-by lying, schmoozing, charming, and threatening-is dramatized in the new Broadway play, starring Bryan Cranston.
Jennifer Connelly went home with her director every night - but that's no surprise, considering the cuddly chemistry between the pair on the set.
A construction worker stands on break, reflected in a wax rendition of the Underground Railroad at the Gettysburg Heritage Center.
From Cicero to hick, President Lincoln has many voices in Jerome Charyn's novelization of America's greatest leader-and he also has sex.
Abass Hassan Mohammed, originally of Somali, poses with a statue of Abraham Lincoln after becoming an American citizen on July 26, 2013 in New York City.
As a Black woman I'm happy. As a mentor to young women in my community, I'm happy about what this moment will mean to how they see themselves.
Tampa Bay , March 5: Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey will conduct an acting workshop at the upcoming 15th International Indian Film Academy Weekend and Awards, which are making their US debut this year.
My paternal grandmother's name was Helen and my maternal grandmother's name was Madeleine.
Patricia Arquette is the newest CSI franchise star. The Emmy-winning Medium actress has been cast in the lead role in CBS' upcoming "CSI" spinoff.
Miley Cyrus is taking some heat for using teleprompters to read her lyrics while performing on her current Bangerz tour.
'First Thursdays' will see venues throughout the town centre including Blakey's, Blackburn Museum and the pop-up arts centre taking part.
A man dressed in a hood holds up a sign saying 'Will My Child Be Next?', during a protest march just prior to a town hall meeting March 26, 2012 in Sanford, Florida.
A bronze statue of Lincoln sits in the middle of downtown Hodgenville, Ky., and is older than the national Lincoln momument in Washington D.C. Bronze statue shows Lincoln as a boy sitting on a log reading.