NEW YORK – Janet Jackson exposed a breast on national television a decade ago and it sparked national outrage. Miley Cyrus’ flash barely caused a shrug.
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Get ready for big, Durango.
Everything about this show is big. The subject matter is big and heavy – enduring love, heartbreaking loss,...
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- ’The Book of Mormon’ satirical musical finally in Utah
- From concept to curtain at the Strater
- Former DHS thespians perform Shakespeare in open air
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At first glance, they are cheap, yellow, rubber dishwashing gloves with a peculiar floral pattern – perhaps an ingenious, cutting-edge promotional movie...
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- When legend becomes fact, paint the legend
- The art of the hustle
- Open Shutter brings distinct, surprising outlooks with two new photography shows
Why would Billboard circulate a poll asking music industry executives whether they believe Kesha or Dr. Luke when it comes to the singer’s lawsuit...
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- Taylor Swift: Pop's queen conquers a crowd
- Isbell nails follow-up to career-making disc
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NEW YORK (AP) – Thurber Prize judges have made it official: Women are funny, too.
Nearly 20 years after its founding, the all-male...
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- Unique characters, setting create entertaining new novel
- Herald contributor Gulliford wins Colorado Book Award
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Film & TV
Looks like they picked the wrong week to move to a fourth-world country.
“No Escape” is an outlandish, sometimes brutally violent,...
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