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Foo Fighters honor Taylor Hawkins with a star-studded music marathon at Kia Forum

ANAHEIM, Calif. — “It’s gonna be a long night,” Foo Fighters’ frontman Dave Grohl kept telling the sold-out crowd at Kia Forum in Inglewood Tuesday night.

He’s made this promise/threat in the past and it has resulted in three-hour, hit, cover and rarities-filled sets, especially during the San Fernando Valley band’s shows in ...Read more

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Hailey Bieber never 'stole' Justin from Selena Gomez: 'I was raised better than that'

Hailey Bieber isn’t saying “Sorry” to Selena Gomez, or anyone else for that matter.

During her appearance on the latest episode of the “Call Her Daddy” podcast, the model, 25, responded to years of speculation that she “stole” husband Justin Bieber from the 30-year-old former Disney Channel star.

“It’s not my character to ...Read more

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Jeffrey Dahmer's prosecutor speaks out against Netflix's characterization of cops in 'Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story'

The prosecutor who obtained the conviction of Jeffrey Dahmer — the notorious serial killer whose chilling crimes are the focus of Netflix’s controversial new series “Monster: The Jeffery Dahmer Story” — is reportedly pushing back at how the real-life drama is portraying Milwaukee police.

Former Milwaukee District Attorney Michael ...Read more

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'Jeopardy!' champ Amy Schneider weds Genevieve Davis in California: 'I'm so lucky'

Amy Schneider and Genevieve Davis wed earlier this year during a "small private ceremony" in Alameda County, California, the "Jeopardy!" champion announced Tuesday on social media.

Schneider — who boasts the second-longest winning streak in "Jeopardy!" history — was "delighted" to share the happy news, along with a few photos from the ...Read more

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After getting booted from Try Guys, Ned Fulmer apologizes for his 'workplace' affair

Looks as if one of the Try Guys decided to try what it was like to have a “consensual workplace relationship” in what appears to be a very small workplace. It didn’t work out well.

“Ned Fulmer is no longer working with The Try Guys,” the comedy group tweeted Tuesday. “As a result of a thorough internal review, we do not see a path ...Read more

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'West Wing,' 'Veep' casts to reunite to raise money for Wisconsin Democrats

Presidents Jed Bartlet and Selina Meyer are back in office for a joint political fundraiser with the casts of “The West Wing” and “Veep.”

The casts of the two prestige political shows are teaming up for a livestreamed fundraiser for Wisconsin Democrats on Oct. 9, stars Bradley Whitford and Julia Louis-Dreyfus announced Tuesday.

“In ...Read more

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Is this what history sounds like? Lizzo plays James Madison's 1813 flute at DC show

Lizzo is basking in her historical glory after playing a two-century-old crystal flute previously owned by the fourth president of the United States.

The "About Damn Time" and "Truth Hurts" singer, who is a trained flautist, shared a series of videos of the landmark moment from her Tuesday concert at the Capitol One Arena in Washington, D.C.

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Katie Couric reveals breast cancer diagnosis and treatment: 'I've felt fine'

Katie Couric revealed Wednesday on social media that she was diagnosed with breast cancer in June.

On her website, the veteran broadcast journalist and podcast host shared an essay detailing her treatment so far and urging readers to get their annual mammograms.

"Every two minutes, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States,"...Read more


Review: Ordinary people struggle for extraordinary justice in 'Argentina, 1985'

Films about important historical moments are often marked by a heavy solemnity, a sometimes suffocating respectfulness that can make one forget that these events involved real people, human beings with passions and foibles. This is especially common when the subject matter is as dreadful as the 1970s-1980s military dictatorship in Argentina and ...Read more


Sound Advice: iPhone can be used in place of discontinued iPod touch

Q. I read your recent article about playing iTunes music without an iPod. I am in a similar situation but want something more mobile. Would buying an iPhone SE with enough storage capacity to fit my needs be a good idea? I would not get phone service, but just use it as my iPod. I have around 55 GB of music.

B.G., Minneapolis

A. This is indeed...Read more

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Maisie Williams talks about her 'traumatic relationship' with her father

Actor Maisie Williams recently opened up about her traumatic childhood relationship with her father.

In a recent appearance on the "Diary of a CEO" podcast, Williams talked about her life before her "Game of Thrones" stardom and how the trauma she endured at an early age has contributed to her ongoing mental health struggles.

"I, as a young ...Read more

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It's best that Marilyn Monroe doesn't know what Andrew Dominik really thinks of her

Andrew Dominik spent more than a decade making a movie about Marilyn Monroe. So you’d think he would hold her in higher esteem. Apparently not.

In a new interview with the British Film Institute, the director let it rip about the background work he did in adapting Joyce Carol Oates’ 2000 novel, “Blonde,” for the screen. Apparently, the ...Read more

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Movie review: 'The Greatest Beer Run Ever' recounts war story that's stranger than fiction

For his follow-up feature to his Oscar-winning 2018 film “Green Book,” director Peter Farrelly (known mostly for his comic collaborations with his brother Bobby) has turned to a genial true story from the Vietnam War. “The Greatest Beer Run Ever” isn’t your typical Vietnam film. Based on a wild, wildly improbable real-life tale, it ...Read more

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'Reasonable Doubt' review: A Shonda Rhimes-esque legal drama that does Rhimes' style even better

A legal drama with plenty of soapy intrigue, “Reasonable Doubt” on Hulu stars Emayatzy Corinealdi as Jax Stewart, a glamorous Los Angeles attorney to the rich and powerful. At work? She’s on point. At home? Well, things are considerably messier.

Shonda Rhimes didn’t invent this formula, but she perfected it — notably with shows like �...Read more

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Family guide to new movie releases


Rated R for strong violent content and grisly images, and language.

What it’s about: A horror film about a contagious death curse with one notable symptom: smiling.

The kid attractor factor: This is a fairly intense horror movie — teens might be interested but not kids.

Good lessons/bad lessons: Be true to yourself and your ...Read more

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Redbox's top 10 DVD rentals

The top 10 DVD rentals at Redbox kiosks for the week of Sept. 19:

1. Where the Crawdads Sing — Sony

2. Minions: The Rise of Gru — Universal

3. Elvis (2022) — Warner

4. Bandit (2022) — Redbox Entertainment

5. Jurassic World Dominion — Universal

6. The Black Phone — Universal

7. Lightyear — Disney

8. The Reef: Stalked — RLJ...Read more

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Anne Martinez swings for the fences with 'Bat'

LAS VEGAS — Anne Martinez can sing it.

She can also write it, direct it, design it, costume it, produce it, choreograph it, dance it, negotiate it, sign it and promote it.

She can perform an aerial act, too, if need be.

There is not much in show business, including the business, outside of Martinez’s skill set. So, it is not a surprise ...Read more

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Pitt grad Zakiya Young brought her Western Pa. expertise to 'Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin'

PITTSBURGH — High schoolers being terrorized by a mysterious figure threatening to reveal their deepest secrets isn't just a Philadelphia area thing. There's apparently plenty of that to go around in Western Pennsylvania, too.

HBO Max recently completed airing the first season of "Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin," a twisty teen thriller ...Read more

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Harry Styles' song 'As It Was' sets new record with another chart-topping week

It’s a new record for Harry Styles.

The pop superstar’s smash hit “As It Was” recorded its 15th week atop Billboard’s Hot 100 singles chart — making him the first British artist to have a No. 1 hit in the U.S. for that long.

Elton John had two songs — “Candle in the Wind” and ”Something About the Way You Look Tonight” —...Read more

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Hugh Jackman is returning as Wolverine in 'Deadpool 3,' Ryan Reynolds says

It's finally happening: Longtime frenemies Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman are reuniting onscreen for "Deadpool 3."

Reynolds announced Tuesday on social media that Jackman will return as Wolverine for the highly anticipated Marvel film, coming to theaters Sept. 6, 2024.

"We've been working very hard on the next 'Deadpool' film for a good long ...Read more