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Mayor Megan Barry! Pinball machines! Good church carpeting! Nashville has it all! [Read More]
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Gore's Inconvenient Truth sequel and a swampy black comedy captured the festival's opening mood. The 2017 Sundance Film Festival opened on January 19 and runs through January 29. Alissa Wilkinson is on the ground in Park City, Utah, from January 19 to 25, and we'll be running festival diaries those days with capsule reviews and reflections on the day's films. The first night of Sundance 2017 just happens to fall on the eve of Donald Trump's inauguration, and having been to a few Sundance opening nights in the past, I can tell you: The mood is weird. Earlier in... [Read More]
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Tonight, Mammal Gallery's Anti-Inaugural Ball will host an eclectic array of Atlanta-based artists and musicians... [Read More]
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A Dog's Purpose is about canine love. A disturbing video raises questions about how it was filmed. [Read More]
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Shows onstage this weekend include 'The Little Mermaid' at the Aronoff and 'First Date' at Ensemble Theatre. [Read More]
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Imagine a world where you can travel anywhere with a blink of an eye or stand on the edge of the solar system surrounded by starlight and silence. These surreal... [Read More]
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Kenyan businesswoman Nasra Ali wants Nigerians to start appreciating locally grown coffee. She is working with cooperatives in the eastern part of the country to promote their coffee. [Read More]
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An evening of qawwali with qawwals of 'Rockstar' fame... [Read More]
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A retrospective at Kumar Gallery, Delhi... [Read More]
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Update on 'Today in Entertainment: Hugh Jackman stars in new 'Logan' trailer; live updates from Sundance'... [Read More]
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The 2016 Sundance Film Festival opened on January 21 and screened its last movie on Sunday — one day after holding an awards ceremony where Nate Parker's incendiary American slave melodrama The Birth of a Nation won both the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award. Last year, the cancer dramedy Me and Earl and the Dying Girl pulled off the same sweep and then more or less faded from view, performing weakly at the box office and drawing mixed reviews. But there's a good chance The Birth of a Nation will actually still matter to moviegoers next January, and the... [Read More]
Can Donald of Orange on his naked white horse fix the Irish border question for good? [Read More]
Former taoiseach says EU Brexit discussions won't linger on 'who threw the bottle out of the pram'... [Read More]
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When Margaret Atwood published The Handmaid's Tale in 1985, she created one of America's most enduring dystopian myths. The book, which will be adapted into a TV series on Hulu this April, takes place in a late-20th-century America — now called Gilead — governed by a far-right religious group. In Gilead, a small group of straight, wealthy white men hold all the power. People of color have been relocated to internment camps or deported. Gay people are executed. Religious heretics are tortured into conversion or executed. It's illegal for women to read or hold property in Gilead. Wealthy straight white... [Read More]
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If we know anything about Hollywood celebrities, it's that their understanding of constitutional law is matched only by their stalwart vigilance against subversion and treachery. function readyHandler_3351332() [Read More]
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After making headlines with her Christmas ballad "Trump's Nuts Roasting over an Open Fire," singer Fiona Apple is at it again. This time, she's prepping for the Women's March on Washington with the chant "Tiny Hands." [Read More]
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This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Victor, Dan, and Mikey talk about whether the corporate culture at Apple is changing to one that has more difficulty innovating. We also tackle the latest rumors about iPads and Apple Pencil. [Read More]
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Donald John Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States at noon on Friday, on a day that is expected to offer less ceremony and flourish than previous inaugurations — while ushering in a transformative shift in the country's leadership.

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Two young girls were among eight survivors found Friday in the ruins of an Italian hotel buried by an avalanche two days earlier, police said.

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