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In Miami Beach, live theatre returns - in vacant storefronts

In Miami Beach, live theatre returns - in vacant storefronts

NEW YORK — This fall, the seven deadly sins will be found all along an iconic Miami Beach thoroughfare — but they'll be socially distanced, thankfully.
Elton John announces new North American dates for final tour

Elton John announces new North American dates for final tour

NEW YORK — After postponing several shows because of the coronavirus pandemic, Elton John is saying hello to the yellow brick road of touring.

Poet Nikky Finney wins $100,000 lifetime achievement prize

NEW YORK — Nikky Finney has won the Wallace Stevens Award, a $100,000 lifetime achievement honour presented by the Academy of American Poets.
Lebanese teen from Beirut joins global pop band

Lebanese teen from Beirut joins global pop band

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — A teenage singer from Lebanon this week became the latest to join a global pop band formed by Simon Fuller, the man behind the Spice Girls and “American Idol,” which aims to transform young unknowns into internet superst

Michigan House votes to repeal ban on ticket scalping

LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan House on Tuesday voted to lift the state's rarely enforced ban on ticket scalping, bringing the long-proposed bill closer to the governor's desk.

Tommy DeVito, founding member of the Four Seasons, dies

NEWARK, N.J. — Tommy DeVito, a founding member of the 1960s Four Seasons band, has died from the coronavirus at the age of 92, NJ.com reported.
Review: SuperM supercharges dance floors with super album

Review: SuperM supercharges dance floors with super album

SuperM, “Super One" (SM Entertainment/Capitol Records) The K-pop group SuperM go big on their first studio album “Super One,” with familiar rhythms but also bold choices.
Is credit card relief little help? Check out debt management

Is credit card relief little help? Check out debt management

As cardholders experience financial difficulties due to COVID-19, some credit card issuers are promoting their hardship programs.

2 antiquities dealers charged with defrauding buyers

NEW YORK — Two dealers of ancient art were indicted Tuesday for allegedly creating fake ownership histories for the antiquities they sold through auction houses in New York.
Review: Millie Bobby Brown has fun with ‘Enola Holmes’

Review: Millie Bobby Brown has fun with ‘Enola Holmes’

There is a long, questionable and occasionally successful tradition of spinning off iconic literary and film characters through relatives distant and not from James Bond Jr. to John Shaft II and III.