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Alaska TV reporter quits on air to promote pot

Deborah Williams, spokeswoman for "Big Marijuana. Big Mistake," a group opposing a ballot measure to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Alaska, speaks at a news conference in Anchorage, Alaska on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Williams addressed the media after local KTVA's Anchorage television reporter Charlo Greene, not seen, abruptly quit during a live telecast Sunday, Sept. 21, night, announcing she owned a medical marijuana company and was devoting all her efforts to getting the ballot measure passed. Alaska voters will decide in November whether to join Washington and Colorado in decriminalizing pot. (AP Photo/Mark Thiessen) ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A television reporter quit her job on live TV with a big four-letter flourish after revealing she owns a medical marijuana business and intends to press for legalization of recreational pot in Alaska.


Lion King is best-selling production of all time

Cast members from 'The Lion King' speak onstage at the 67th Annual Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York, June 9, 2013 New York (AFP) - Blockbuster musical "The Lion King" was named the most successful production in history, raking in $6.2 billion at the box office -- more than any other stage show or movie.


Kris Jenner files to divorce Bruce Jenner

FILE - This April 5, 2009 file photo shows Kris Jenner, left, and her husband Bruce Jenner at the 44th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas. Kris Jenner filed for divorce Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in Los Angeles, from estranged husband, Bruce Jenner, citing irreconcilable differences. (AP Photo/Dan Steinberg, File) LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kris Jenner is ending her 22-year year marriage to Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner.


Chicago museum only US site for Bowie exhibit

CHICAGO (AP) — An art exhibition chronicling the five-decade career of musician David Bowie opens Tuesday at Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art, the only U.S. stop on its schedule.

Demonstrators protest Met Opera's 'Klinghoffer'

Protestors attend the arrivals at Metropolitan Opera 2014-15 Season Opening on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in New York. The crowd was protesting the Met's decision to premiere a controversial opera "Death of Klinghoffer," in October about the hijacking of the Italian cruise ship Achille Lauro and the murder of Jewish passenger Leon Klinghoffer. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP) NEW YORK (AP) — Demonstrators marked the start of the Metropolitan Opera's season on Monday evening by protesting the planned production of "The Death of Klinghoffer" from outside of New York City's Lincoln Center.


Neil LaBute skewers Hollywood in 'The Money Shot'

In this image released by The O and M Company, Gia Crovatin, from left, Fred Weller, Callie Thorne and Elizabeth Reaser appear during a performance of "The Money Shot," in New York. (AP Photo/The O and M Company, Joan Marcus) NEW YORK (AP) — That old saying about the meek inheriting the Earth doesn't remotely apply to the cutthroat world of Hollywood filmmaking, where an obsession with youth, beauty and shock value may generally top most artistic concerns. Yet sometimes the meek can triumph in surprising ways.


Shonda Rhimes lays claim to Thursday nights on ABC

FILE - In this July 15, 2014 photo, showrunner Shonda Rhimes speaks during the "How to Get Away with Murder" panel at the Disney/ABC Television Group 2014 Summer TCA at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. ABC's entire Thursday prime-time schedule is composed of shows run by Rhimes. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File) BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Let's just go ahead and make it official. "Thursday" should be renamed "Shonday."


Box office top 20: 'Maze Runner' outruns the field

NEW YORK (AP) — The young-adult novel adaptation "The Maze Runner" proved far quicker at the box office than the weekend's other new wide releases: Liam Neeson's grim thriller "A Walk Among the Tombstones" and the ensemble dramedy "This Is Where I Leave You."

Eric Lynch, Howard Stern's diminutive foil, dies

This January 2013 photo provided by Johnny Fratto shows Eric Lynch in Beverly Hills, Calif. Eric "The Actor" Lynch, the diminutive member of Howard Stern's "Wack Pack," who for years launched into comical, frequently foul-mouthed rants during calls to Stern's radio show, died in Calif. on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. He was 39. (AP Photo/Johnny Fratto) LOS ANGELES (AP) — Eric "The Actor" Lynch, whose fear of werewolves, love of professional wrestling and angry, often foul-mouthed rants endeared him to fans of Howard Stern's radio show for more than a decade, has died at age 39.


LA attorney faces suspension over doctored photos

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge has recommended a six-month suspension for a Los Angeles attorney who posted doctored photos on her firm's website that show her with high-profile people such as President Obama, Hillary Clinton and George Clooney.

Hulu sets '11/22/63' series based on King novel

FILE - In this Dec. 7, 2012 file photo, novelist Stephen King speaks to creative writing students at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell in Lowell, Mass. King's time-travel novel about the Kennedy assassination is being adapted as a small-screen miniseries. Streaming service Hulu said Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, that the nine-hour series, titled "11/22/63" after King's book, includes the author and J.J. Abrams as executive producers. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola, file) LOS ANGELES (AP) — Stephen King's time-travel novel about the Kennedy assassination is being adapted as a small-screen miniseries.


'The Maze Runner' weaves way to top of box office

Dylan O'Brien, Amy Astley, Ki Hong Lee and Kaya Scodelario attend the "Maze Runner" New York City screening on September 15, 2014 in New York Los Angeles (AFP) - Sci-fi action film "The Maze Runner" weaved its way to the top of the North American box office this weekend, earning $32.5 million on its debut, industry figures showed Monday.


For Nick Cave, vision shaped in 'horrible' hometown

Australian songwriter and screenwriter Nick Cave poses at the 64th Berlinale Film Festival in Berlin, on February 10, 2014 New York (AFP) - Over a four-decade career, Australian singer and writer Nick Cave has sought to probe the nature of both God and sexual desire through his frank, intense songs.


Judge upholds video limits in Jodi Arias trial

FILE - This Jan. 9, 2013 file photo shows Jodi Arias appearing for her trial in Maricopa County Superior court in Phoenix. A judge has ruled, Monday, Aug. 4, 2014, that Arias can represent herself in the upcoming penalty phase of her murder trial. (AP Photo/Matt York, File) A judge Monday refused to lift restrictions on camera coverage of the penalty phase of Jodi Arias' retrial.


Review: Solid Washington in mediocre 'Equalizer'

In this image released by Columbia Pictures, Denzel Washington appears in a scene from "The Equalizer." (AP Photo/Sony, Columbia Pictures, Scott Garfield) If you were lucky enough to catch Denzel Washington in "A Raisin in the Sun" on Broadway, you saw the hugely charismatic actor portray, in an iconic role, the full complexity of a human being: strengths and weaknesses, attributes and flaws, durability and vulnerability. All topped off, of course, with that boyish Washington charm.


Cuban salsa singer split between island and US

In this Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 photo, salsa musician Manuel Gonzalez, poses for a photograph in Miami. Gonzalez, a one-time medical student, is known as the salsa doctor. He is a one-time medical student who decided to devote himself to music instead, and has toured around the world and his native Cuba. In 2001, he left the island and settled in Miami. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky) MIAMI (AP) — In his most famous song, Cuban salsa singer Manuel Gonzalez croons about creating a bridge between Miami and Havana.


Pink Floyd sets Nov. 10 release date for new album

This CD cover image released by Columbia Records shows "The Endless River," a new album by Pink Floyd to be released on Nov. 10. The album was assembled from 20 hours of material recorded during the band's 1993 sessions for "The Division Bell." (AP Photo/Columbia) NEW YORK (AP) — Pink Floyd's new album will arrive on Nov. 10.


Milan perfects the wearable lightness of fashion

A model wears a creation for Missoni women's spring-summer 2015 collection, part of the Milan Fashion Week, unveiled in Milan, Italy, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno) MILAN (AP) — Reflecting on a Milan Fashion Week that marked the re-emergence of denim and the pre-eminence of the flat Birkenstock-inspired sandal, the question was bound to surface: Wherein lies luxury?


Yves Saint Laurent film is French pick for Oscar bid

French director Bertrand Bonello arrives for the screening of "Saint-Laurent" at the Cannes Film Festival in France, on May 17, 2014 Paris (AFP) - A biopic exploring the darker side of the late French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent is to represent France as a possible contender in the Best Foreign Language Film category at next year's Oscars.


Review: Easy Rawlins eyes Hearst-like case

This book cover image released by Doubleday shows "Rose Gold," by Walter Mosley. (AP Photo/Doubleday) "Rose Gold" (Doubleday), by Walter Mosley


Competency hearing slated for boy in artist death

DETROIT (AP) — A boy accused of helping rob and kill a French street artist outside an abandoned Detroit housing project has been ordered to undergo a psychological competency exam.

Review: Bezmozgis novel explores loyalty, betrayal

This book cover image released by Hachette shows "The Betrayers," by David Bezmozgis. (AP Photo/Hachette) "The Betrayers" (Little, Brown and Co.), by David Bezmozgis


Brilliant new biography of Tennessee Williams

This book cover image released by W. W. Norton & Company shows "Tennessee Williams" Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh," by John Lahr. (AP Photo/W. W. Norton & Company) "Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh" (W.W. Norton & Co.), by John Lahr


Dutch 'Dark Blood' director George Sluizer dead at 82

Dutch filmmaker George Sluizer looks on during a photocall for his film Dark Blood in Berlin on February 14, 2013 The Hague (AFP) - Dutch director George Sluizer, best known for making the last movie featuring Hollywood actor River Phoenix, has died in Amsterdam after a long illness, Dutch media reported on Monday. He was 82.


Maestro Muti skipping strike-plagued Rome theater

ROME (AP) — Riccardo Muti won't be picking up the baton to conduct at Rome's strike-plagued Teatro dell'Opera.

Review: Hudson lacks personal style on 3rd album

This CD cover image released by RCA Records shows, "JHUD," the latest release by Jennifer Hudson. (AP Photo/RCA Records) Jennifer Hudson, "JHUD" (RCA)


9 Marquez e-books coming out in English

In this 2003 photo released by the Fundación Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano (FNPI), Colombian Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez, left, appears in Monterrey, Mexico. E-books for some of Gabriel Garcia Marquez's best known work, including the novel "Love in the Time of Cholera," are coming out for the first time in English. The Penguin Random House imprints Vintage Books and Vintage Espanol announced Monday that nine English-language e-books will be published Oct. 15. (AP Photo/Andres Reyes, FNPI) NEW YORK (AP) — E-books for some of Gabriel Garcia Marquez's best known work, including the novel "Love in the Time of Cholera," are coming out for the first time in English.


Chris Brown ready to stop getting in his own way

FILE - In this Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 photo, Chris Brown poses for a portrait while promoting his sixth album, "X," in Los Angeles. The R&B star acknowledges past mistakes on the album and says in an interview that he’s changed since getting out of jail in June: “You can’t continuously mess up.” (Photo by Omar Vega/Invision/AP, file) BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Chris Brown celebrated his 25th birthday in jail last May by making his own "spread cake": chocolate, peanut butter, bread and milk.


Clarification: Obit-Polly Bergen story

FILE - In this July 18, 1963, file photo, actress Polly Bergen works on a scene during the filming of “Move Over, Darling,” in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. Bergen, an Emmy-winning actress and singer, who in a long career played the terrorized wife in the original "Cape Fear" and the first woman president in "Kisses for My President," died Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, at her home in Southbury, Conn., publicist Judy Katz said. She was 84. (AP Photo/Don Brinn, File) NEW YORK (AP) — In an obituary Sept. 20, The Associated Press reported that actress Polly Bergen's survivors included daughter Pamela Fields. The story should have made clear that the daughter goes by P.K. instead of Pamela.


Review: Lee Ann Womack heads off in new direction

This CD cover image released by Sugar Hill Records shows "The Way I'm Livin'," by Lee Ann Womack. (AP Photo/Sugar Hill Records) Lee Ann Womack, "The Way I'm Livin'" (Sugar Hill)


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