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Concert fans angry as hyped Bahamas festival is canceled
MIAMI (AP) -- Organizers of a much-hyped music festival in the Bahamas canceled the weekend event at the last minute Friday after many people had already arrived and spent thousands of dollars on tickets and travel....

Berkeley praises police for keeping peace at Coulter rallies
BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) -- Berkeley officials declared their handling of protests over Ann Coulter's canceled appearance a success thanks to a massive police presence that ensured the city did not become a "fight club," the mayor said Friday....

'Moonlight' director Barry Jenkins ready to return to work
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Two months after his "Moonlight" pulled out a last-second, best-picture win at the Oscars, director Barry Jenkins says "it's time to work."...

The stars shined for Mary Hart; now Daytime Emmys will too
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) -- In the early 1980s, Mary Hart became the face - and the famously insured legs - of a new breed of TV show, the entertainment news magazine....

Cosby jury can hear about quaaludes, not accuser's lawsuit
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Jurors at Bill Cosby's sex assault trial can hear his explosive deposition testimony about quaaludes but can't hear about the lawsuit he settled afterward with the accuser, a judge ruled Friday....

Get to know the new Wonder Woman and Spider-Man
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- You know the names and you've met them briefly before, but this summer Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman and Tom Holland's Spider-Man take center stage in blockbusters all their own. Both face the gargantuan task of revitalizing brands and properties that could use some help: For "Wonder Woman," the thus critically-derided DC Comics films, and for "Spider-Man: Homecoming," Sony hopes its lone comic book property can launch its own extended universe. Good thing they're both superheroes....

Gwyneth Paltrow creating Goop magazine with Anna Wintour
NEW YORK (AP) -- Gwyneth Paltrow and Vogue editor Anna Wintour are teaming up to take the actress' Goop website to print through a partnership with magazine publisher Conde Nast....

Fox News sets a new late-afternoon show
NEW YORK (AP) -- Fox News Channel is replacing its late-afternoon program "The Five" with a panel show that looks similar....

Judges seal warrants related to arrest of 'Bachelor' star
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) -- Applications for warrants that allowed police to arrest "The Bachelor" star Chris Soules after a fatal crash and to obtain his blood and urine samples will be sealed indefinitely under rulings issued Friday....

Making new album an emotional rollercoaster for Mary J.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Mary J. Blige may be spitting fireball lyrics about her soon-to-be ex-husband on her new album, but the songs didn't start from a place of anger and hate....

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