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Elton John and his biopic “Rocketman” landed at the Cannes Film Festival where star Taron Egerton was moved to tears after the premiere

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Police in West Virginia have arrested a popular romance writer on drug charges following a traffic stop on Interstate 79

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Kleber Mendonca Filho’s Cannes entry, “Bacurau,” is a feverish and violent Western about a rural Brazilian community defending itself from a hard-to-comprehend invasion

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A French film titled “Les Miserables,” a Cannes Film Festival entry, gives a gritty, modern view of the Paris suburbs that were a setting for Victor Hugo’s classic novel

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‘I won’t forget’: Trump pardons former media mogul Conrad Black after saying he would remember his support

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Russia’s Channel One TV has annulled the results of a popular TV talent show after uncovering evidence of fraud in its most recent competition that led to a landslide win for a pop star’s daughter

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Koons effected in art what President Trump effected in politics: He choreographed a total collapse of the distinctions between achievement, fame, wealth, taste and success.

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Post TV critic Hank Stuever discusses the good, bad and so-bad-it's-good of TV.

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“We make decisions together,” choreographer says of artists with and without disabilities.

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In “Slanted,” Simon Tam tells the story of a legal battle that ended up at the Supreme Court.

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‘Charles Hinman: Structures, 1965-2014’ is the 86-year-old artist’s first D.C. retrospective.

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