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Avengers Campus to let Disneyland visitors sling like Spidey

Avengers Campus to let Disneyland visitors sling like Spidey

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Some assembling is still required, but the Avengers are gathering in a big way at Disneyland.
Reluctant rock star: Pianist Alexandra Streliski on being a Junos outlier

Reluctant rock star: Pianist Alexandra Streliski on being a Junos outlier

TORONTO — Forgive pianist Alexandra Streliski if she bristles over being called a "rock star" for the classical music community.
Reluctant rock star: Pianist Alexandra Streliski on being a Junos outlier

Reluctant rock star: Pianist Alexandra Streliski on being a Junos outlier

TORONTO — Forgive pianist Alexandra Streliski if she bristles over being called a "rock star" for the classical music community.
Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt's book tackles forgiveness

Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt's book tackles forgiveness

NEW YORK — Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt has made a career of writing what she knows, from teaching about healthy body image to grappling with entering the real world after graduating college.
Review: How `Unexpected Spy' author went from college to CIA

Review: How `Unexpected Spy' author went from college to CIA

“The Unexpected Spy: From the CIA to the FBI, My Secret Life Taking Down Some of the World’s Most Notorious Terrorists,” St.
Poland sets date for Frederic Chopin piano competition

Poland sets date for Frederic Chopin piano competition

WARSAW, Poland — Culture authorities in Poland said Monday that the 18th edition of the international Frederic Chopin piano competition will take place Oct. 2-23 in Warsaw.
Poland sets date for Frederic Chopin piano competition

Poland sets date for Frederic Chopin piano competition

WARSAW, Poland — Culture authorities in Poland said Monday that the 18th edition of the international Frederic Chopin piano competition will take place Oct. 2-23 in Warsaw.
Weinstein faces sentencing, prison in landmark #MeToo case

Weinstein faces sentencing, prison in landmark #MeToo case

NEW YORK — Harvey Weinstein is back in court Wednesday for the final act of the rape trial that landed him behind bars: a sentencing hearing where the once-powerful film producer will learn just how long he’ll stay in prison for his landmark #MeToo c
Review: 'The Hunt' is a clunky swipe at a divided America

Review: 'The Hunt' is a clunky swipe at a divided America

Fittingly, few films in recent memory arrive with a bigger target on its back than “The Hunt.” Our quick advice? Lower your weapons.

Leslie Marmon Silko wins $100,000 prize from arts academy

NEW YORK — Leslie Marmon Silko, winner of a lifetime achievement award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, sees universal reach in her writings about her Laguna Pueblo heritage.
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