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Review: A gutsy memoir by child of an Andy Warhol superstar

Review: A gutsy memoir by child of an Andy Warhol superstar

“Don’t Call Me Home,” by Alexandra Auder (Viking) It takes guts and a sense of humor to kick off your debut memoir with an insult from Andy Warhol. “Seeing Alexandra was sad — a big rug-rat hanging off Viva — she’ll probably turn out a mess.
Celebrity birthdays for the week of May 7-13

Celebrity birthdays for the week of May 7-13

Celebrity birthdays for the week of May 7-13 May 7: Singer Thelma Houston is 80. Actor Robin Strasser (“One Life To Live,” “Passions”) is 78. Singer-songwriter Bill Danoff (Starland Vocal Band) is 77.
Sixties Scoop drama 'Little Bird' among May streaming highlights

Sixties Scoop drama 'Little Bird' among May streaming highlights

Here's a roundup of standout TV series and films debuting on subscription streaming platforms in May: “Little Bird” Named Esther Rosenblum when she was adopted by a Jewish family as a young child, Bezhig Little Bird still remembers a life years earli
Name etched in gold, King Charles' school remembers him

Name etched in gold, King Charles' school remembers him

LONDON (AP) — King Charles III hasn’t even been crowned yet, but his name is already etched on the walls of Hill House School in London. A wooden slab just inside the front door records Nov.
Paris exhibit celebrates 'first celebrity' Sarah Bernhardt

Paris exhibit celebrates 'first celebrity' Sarah Bernhardt

PARIS (AP) — The pioneering French stage star Sarah Bernhardt was one of the world’s most famous women by the time of her death in 1923 — a status she owed not just to acting talent but her modern instinct for self-publicizing and using the press to
'Super Mario Bros. Movie' hits $1B, is No. 1 for 4 weeks

'Super Mario Bros. Movie' hits $1B, is No. 1 for 4 weeks

NEW YORK (AP) — It's still Mario Time at the box office. “The Super Mario Bros. Movie” led ticket sales for the fourth straight weekend in U.S.
Known for laughs, DC dinner spotlights risks to journalism

Known for laughs, DC dinner spotlights risks to journalism

WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House Correspondents' Association dinner — known for its fun albeit ferocious jabs at Washington — took a more solemn tone this year as President Joe Biden acknowledged the several American journalists under siege in autho
Battle for late Johnny Winter's music to play out in court

Battle for late Johnny Winter's music to play out in court

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Nearly nine years after Johnny Winter’s death, a battle for control of the legendary blues guitarist’s music is being fought in court with allegations of theft and greed flying back and forth.
‘Woolly delinquents’ celebrate Charles’ coronation in yarn

‘Woolly delinquents’ celebrate Charles’ coronation in yarn

LONDON (AP) — Heather Howarth tugged at King Charles III’s ears and tittered with satisfaction. The other ladies who gather to knit and natter in her small English village thought the ears should be bigger.
Willie Nelson inhales the love at 90th birthday concert

Willie Nelson inhales the love at 90th birthday concert

LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Are there any more real cowboys?” Neil Young sang Saturday night at the Hollywood Bowl on a rare evening when he was neither the headliner nor, at age 77, even close to the oldest artist on the bill.
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