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Climate-change play funded by feds heats up the skeptics

WASHINGTON - A new play about climate change opened Thursday in New York that's part thriller, part musical, part educational and all controversial. ... Full story

Music artist shares his passion for Latin music, salsa

Warning: Listening to salsa can be habit-forming. ... Full story

'Bachelorette' contestant dies in paragliding accident

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Eric Hill, a former resident of Citrus Heights and a contestant on an upcoming edition of the television series "The Bachelorette," has died from injuries suffered in a paragliding accident in Utah. ... Full story

Beyonce lands cover of Time's 100 most influential people issue

Beyonce has been named among this year's most influential people by Time magazine. ... Full story

'American Idol' judges rave over Sam Woolf

Sam Woolf finally gave the "American Idol" judges the performance they been asking him for Wednesday. ... Full story

HBO sells reruns of hit shows to Amazon's Prime Instant Video

HBO has cut a deal to sell reruns of many of its hit shows to Amazon.com Inc.'s Prime Instant Video platform. ... Full story

Justin Bieber pulls 'unbelieberble' stunt at shrine in Japan

Canadian pop star Justin Bieber sparked a buzz on the Internet Wednesday when he posted a photo of his visit to controversial Yasukuni Shrine on Instagram, a photo-sharing service. ... Full story

Watch Katy Perry go undercover in 'Birthday' video

“Candid Camera” meets “Jackass” in Katy Perry’s loopy new video for “Birthday” from her latest album, “Prism.” ... Full story

Latin American film festival grows in popularity

It began as a one-day showcase of a single film. ... Full story

Justin Bieber apologizes after Japan war shrine pics anger Chinese, Koreans

Tokyo - Canadian pop star Justin Bieber apologized Wednesday after visiting Japan's Yasukuni Shrine and posting photos of himself at the resting place of convicted World War II war criminals. ... Full story

Supreme Court hears arguments in Aereo online TV case

WASHINGTON - Supreme Court justices seemed torn Tuesday as they listened to the arguments in a complex technological case involving copyright law, the rights of TV broadcasters and a video startup called Aereo that is upending how viewers access television. ... Full story

Disney to make It's a Small World movie

Well, you knew this just had to be coming, right? Go ahead, join hands with your brothers and sisters around the globe and sing along … ... Full story

Supreme Court to hear TV broadcasters’ case against video service Aereo

WASHINGTON — Tuesday’s Supreme Court showdown pitting start-up video service Aereo against U.S. broadcasters has everyone from the White House to cloud computing advocates filing briefs and taking sides. ... Full story

Cine Las Americas brings diverse voices to big screen

When’s the last time you saw a movie made by a Chinese-Argentine director or a Comanche filmmaker? ... Full story

Coachella 2014: Pharrell Williams vs. the desert, now with Jay Z

During his Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival debut last week, Pharrell Williams looked miserable. ... Full story

Movie review: ‘Transcendence’ can’t transcend sci-fi cliches

For years, the rumor about Johnny Depp was that he wouldn’t take a role that required him to get a haircut. ... Full story

X-Men director reps question molestation lawsuit

Los Angles - Representatives for Hollywood producer and director Bryan Singer said Friday that he would fight a lawsuit by a man accusing him of sexual assault in 1998. ... Full story

Director Carlos Saldanha's trip to Amazon shaped 'Rio 2'

Director Carlos Saldanha had only one name on his wish list for the blue macaw Eduardo, the puffy chested patriarch in "Rio 2": Andy Garcia. ... Full story

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