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Topic - Entertainment_Culture
North Carolina's film incentives may finally become a permanent fixture in the state's economic development pitch to television and movie producers. Or it could get written out of the script.
This year's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony will take place in New York while being simulcast on screens at the museum in Cleveland.
Lady Gaga is scheduled to give the keynote address at the South by Southwest music festival and conference in Austin, Texas.
Some people can sing, some can play instruments and some write songs. A lucky few can do it all.
After decades of attempts to preserve portions of the old Mother Road, U.S. Route 66, comes an effort to preserve landmarks from the landscape: vintage advertising that touted everything from long-gone motels to car dealers to shaving cream.
A hip-hop video contest will be held for Boston high school students during the city's participation in National Youth Violence Prevention Week.
Ladies and gentlemen, start your cameras.
Michael Gunter, vice president for student affairs at Southeast Arkansas College in Pine Bluff, can hardly wait until fall.
Former President Jimmy Carter is scheduled to be in southwest Ohio on April 1 for a book-signing event.
Car lovers and gearheads can mark June 9 on their calendars. That day, Charleston will host this year's Hot Rod Power Tour - an annual mega-road trip that covers seven U.S. cities over the course of seven days.
Gerard Mortier, a Belgian opera director whose nonconformist style often grated the tradition-bound elite and who became a fiercely avant-garde impresario, has died. He was 70.
The state labor agency has sued a weekly Junction City newspaper over a rental ad that prohibited families with children.
Life doesn't slow down for Dianna Williams, a dance coach who operates a studio in Jackson. From holding tryouts for her dance teams to working the daily grind of training and mentoring her dancers, it's a full plate for the owner of Dollhouse Dance Factory.
State police say a man wanted in connection with a fatal weekend shooting in Tallulah has been apprehended.
A fourth aftershock from an earthquake that occurred in Cuba two months ago was felt in parts of the Florida Keys.