Performing Arts

Takei’s musical to hit Broadway

NEW YORK – George Takei is next boldly going somewhere special – to Broadway.

The “Star Trek” star’s personal and...

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Visual Arts

Film highlights art from Works Progress Administration

Eighty years after the federal Works Progress Administration put unemployed artists to work creating sculptures and murals for post offices and courthouses...

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Carlile’s music captures her life changes

NEW YORK – She still has friends who work at Columbia, so singer Brandi Carlile isn’t gloating about her first disc after being dumped by the...

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James Patterson increases grant to school libraries to $1.5 million

It’s starting to look like James Patterson can’t give his money away fast enough.

Just two weeks after the bestselling writer announced...

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Film & TV

Past and present drug movies are cautionary tales

“Far Too Far,” the second anti-drug feature by independent filmmaker Justin Hunt, a native of New Mexico who now lives in Colorado Springs, will...

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