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Alicia Powell

Woodstock producer 'pretty bummed' at missed bid to recreate 1969 activism

10 Aug 2019

NEW YORK The man behind the failed Woodstock 50 anniversary festival said on Friday he was "pretty bummed" at losing out on a chance to encourage people to take action on global warming. | Video

In Harlem and on Broadway, The Temptations get their due

07 Jun 2019

NEW YORK The Temptations, whose string of hits in the 1960s and 1970s are being celebrated in a Tony-nominated show on Broadway, got a star on the Apollo Theatre's Walk of Fame in Harlem on Friday. | Video

Rami Malek to play Bond villain in franchise's 25th film next year

26 Apr 2019

OCHO RIOS, Jamaica Oscar winner Rami Malek will play the international villain who Daniel Craig's James Bond must battle in the British spy franchise's 25th film set for release next year, the producers announced on Thursday. | Video

For the ultimate 'Game of Thrones' fan. How to speak Valyrian

11 Apr 2019

NEW YORK American linguist David J. Peterson may have built up the unique and ancient languages for the television series "Game of Thrones" but when it comes to who speaks Valyrian best, there's no contest. | Video

Sara Bareilles: 'I wrote love songs about the Obamas'

04 Apr 2019

NEW YORK Singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles has turned her angst over the 2016 U.S. elections into art, writing love songs about former President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle. | Video

Souvenirs and secrets as 'Game of Thrones' cast walk last red carpet

04 Apr 2019

NEW YORK The cast and creators of "Game of Thrones" walked their last red carpet together on Wednesday, recalling memories of their years working on the international hit television series. | Video

Emily Blunt's terrifying moment as the new Mary Poppins

18 Dec 2018

NEW YORK She takes on a beloved movie character and dances with penguins, but what really terrified British actress Emily Blunt was descending slowly from the clouds as the new Mary Poppins. | Video

Broadway's 'To Kill a Mockingbird' puts new spin on racial injustice

11 Dec 2018

NEW YORK Almost 60 years after it was first published as a book, "To Kill a Mockingbird" opens this week in a first Broadway theatre adaptation whose themes of racial injustice are just as relevant today. | Video

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