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'An American in Paris,' 'Fun Home' lead Broadway's Tony nominations

NEW YORK - Two new musicals, "An American in Paris," a romance based on the Oscar-winning film, and the lesbian coming-out story "Fun Home" led the Tony nominations, theater's highest honors, on Tuesday with 12 nods each.

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Mayweather v Pacquiao packs a pricey pay-per-view punch

LOS ANGELES - Guadalupe Jaimes, a Chicago roofing supply salesman, calls the $100 pay-per-view price tag for a high-definition broadcast of Saturday's boxing mega-match "ridiculous."

Television, Sports, 27 Apr 2015

Kim Kardashian pledges support for stepfather Bruce Jenner

NEW YORK - Reality television star Kim Kardashian pledged her full support on Monday for her stepfather, Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner, who said last week that he identifies as a woman.

People 27 Apr 2015

Singer Amy Winehouse's father says new biopic misleading

LONDON - A new film about the late British singer Amy Winehouse is misleading, her father said on Monday, and the family of the six-time Grammy Award winner was disassociating itself from the production. | Video

Film, Music, People 27 Apr 2015

Two Elvis jets to grace Presley's Memphis home permanently

- Two jets that once belonged to Elvis Presley, the Lisa Marie and the Hound Dog II, will have a permanent home at the singer's Graceland mansion in Memphis, Tennessee, Graceland said.

Music, People 27 Apr 2015

'Avengers' expands universe with 'Ultron' as Marvel goes dark

LOS ANGELES - The caped crusaders are back in force in "Avengers: Age of Ultron," but this time, the evil they battle is bringing them face to face with the darker consequences of being a super hero. | Video

27 Apr 2015
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Red legacy of Victorian novelist still defines British streets

LONDON - Anthony Trollope is best known as a British novelist whose chronicles of the minor dramas, snubs and triumphs of Victorian country life still win readers worldwide. But he left his mark on Britain's streets as well as its bookshelves.

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