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(Reuters) - Paul McCartney, Ed Sheeran and The Rolling Stones were among some 1,500 musicians who called on Thursday for the British government to help the live music business survive the novel coronavirus outbreak. "The future for concerts and ...
Universal Declaration of Human Rights inspires musical work, 'Voices'
By Sarah Mills LONDON - Composer Max Richter's new album "Voices" features narrators reading parts of the 70-year-old Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which he believes can stir hope in a world where we "lurch from crisis to crisis". His ...
The real untruth: How Jim Carrey co-wrote a satirical novel about Jim Carrey
Early on in Jim Carrey and Dana Vachon’s novel, Memoirs and Misinformation, there is a madcap passage where three of the book’s very famous characters behave very badly. Carrey, who is also the protagonist of the tale, is in a room at the ...
Mickey Mouse fans 'over the moon' as Tokyo Disney reopens
By Akira Tomoshige URAYASU, Japan (Reuters) - Tokyo Disney Resort welcomed visitors on Wednesday for the first time in four months after being closed due to the coronavirus, with fans practicing social distance as they returned to see Mickey Mouse ...
Syrian artist's Silent Demonstration watches over German war crimes trial
KOBLENZ, Germany (Reuters) - Forty-nine faceless figures stand on the lawn outside a German courthouse, facing the windows of a courtroom behind which two suspected members of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s security services are standing trial ...
New York attorney general announces $19 million settlement in Harvey Weinstein lawsuits
By Dan Whitcomb (Reuters) - An agreement has been reached to settle for nearly $19 million two sexual misconduct lawsuits on behalf of multiple women against imprisoned former Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, attorneys said on Tuesday. But lawyers ...
Musical 'Hamilton' goes from Broadway to America's living rooms
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Five years after taking Broadway by storm with its multi-racial, hip-hop take on America's founding fathers, "Hamilton" arrives in millions of homes around the world on Friday as a film. Shot over three days in 2016 at the stage ...
Kanye West praised for new single on racism, slammed for 'billionaire' tweet
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Kanye West received both plaudits and criticism on Tuesday when he released a powerful new single about racism and faith a day after congratulating his wife Kim Kardashian on what he said was her billionaire status. West was ...
Venezuelan music, dance teachers reach kids online amid pandemic
By Corina Pons CARACAS(Reuters) - With Venezuela now three months into a coronavirus quarantine that has kept children locked indoors, music and art teachers and storytellers are for the first time moving their classes online. The change is an uphill ...
The EU has opened its doors to Canadian travellers. Should you go?
The European Union has deemed travellers from Canada safe to enter EU countries. But just because you can, should you? The EU agreed Tuesday to relax temporary restrictions on non-essential travel for 14 countries as of July 1, including ...