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Warhol digital images from 1985 revealed by Pittsburgh computer club

PITTSBURGH - Previously unknown digital work made by pop artist Andy Warhol was resurrected from aging floppy disks by forensic computer experts from Carnegie Mellon University, the school announced on Thursday.

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Composer Tavener to mix with Pet Shop Boys at BBC Proms festival 24 Apr 2014

LONDON - Premieres of two pieces by Britain's late mystical religious composer John Tavener and a staging of the classic musical "Kiss Me Kate" were among the highlights announced on Thursday for the BBC Proms, one of the world's biggest classical music events.


Trip tips - Brazil's beachless metropolis is a foodie's paradise 2:08am BST

SAO PAULO - If your idea of Brazil is beaches and bikinis, São Paulo is not the place to go. That's what Rio de Janeiro is for.


Museum housing Henry VIII's flagship up for British award 24 Apr 2014

LONDON - A museum in the British city of Portsmouth that displays the salvaged hulk of King Henry VIII's flagship "Mary Rose", which sank in an attack on a French invasion fleet in 1545, is among the six finalists named on Thursday for a 100,000-pound prize.


'The Other Woman' serves up revenge in comic female fantasy 24 Apr 2014

LOS ANGELES - "The Other Woman" is a somewhat rare species in today's film fauna - a comedy by women, about women and for women.


A Minute With - Sam Claflin on horror, heroes and 'Hunger Games' 24 Apr 2014

LOS ANGELES - Sam Claflin has fought pirates, fallen in love with Snow White and participated in a "Hunger Games" battle-to-the-death, but in his latest film, the British actor takes on the frightening consequences of the supernatural.

Mary Higgins Clark retains No. 1 spot on U.S. best-sellers list

NEW YORK - Author Mary Higgins Clark's novel "I've Got You Under My Skin," held on to the top spot on the U.S. best-sellers list on Thursday for the second consecutive week.