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Tears flow as Grateful Dead say farewell in Chicago

CHICAGO - The Grateful Dead gave what they say will be their last group performance on Sunday, playing to some 70,000 singing, dancing and tearful fans in Chicago's Soldier Field.

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Comic-Con International to stay in San Diego for now, spurning L.A.

- Comic-Con International will remain in San Diego through 2018, despite an effort by the city of Los Angeles to attract one of the world's top conventions for comic books and pop culture, officials said on Thursday.

02 Jul 2015

Rolling Stones to stage major career exhibit at London gallery

LONDON - Veteran rockers The Rolling Stones will put on their first major exhibition looking at their more than 50 years in music at a London gallery next year, showcasing some 500 items including original stage designs, guitars and costumes. | Video

Music 02 Jul 2015

Trump's Miss USA pageant finds new broadcaster after NBC drops show

- The independent U.S. cable network REELZ will telecast the Miss USA pageant on July 12, the company announced on Thursday, stepping in after NBC dropped plans to broadcast the show because of inflammatory remarks about Mexican immigrants made by co-owner and U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Television, U.S. 02 Jul 2015

Tycoon Vincent Bollore takes aim at French satire show

PARIS - French billionaire Vincent Bollore, chairman of media group Vivendi, faced a political backlash on Thursday following reports he wants to shut down a satirical TV show renowned for its attacks on the country's elite.

Television, 02 Jul 2015

Inspired by Spice Girls, Britain's Little Mix eye movie next

LONDON - Taking inspiration from the Spice Girls, whose popularity endures 15 years after the group split, British all-girl pop band Little Mix say they would like their version of the 1997 "Spice World" movie. | Video

Film, Music 02 Jul 2015
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Patterson's 'Truth or Die' nabs top spot on U.S. bestsellers list

NEW YORK - "Truth or Die," James Patterson's newest novel, shot straight to the top of the U.S bestsellers list on Thursday, pushing Stephen King's "Finders Keepers" into sixth place.

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