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Entertainment - CBSNews.com
Entertainment - CBSNews.com
Coachella, Stagecoach to be rescheduled amid coronavirus fears
There are currently six cases of coronavirus in Riverside County, where the Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals take place.
2020-03-11 02:17:23
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Butler University mascot set to retire after 7 years
Butler Blue III — otherwise known as Trip​ (short for triple) — has wobbled and slobbered his way into the hearts of fans and players alike.
2020-03-11 01:15:00
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LeBron reverses stance on refusing to play in empty arenas
James initially indicated he wouldn't play if the NBA wouldn't allow fans to see games in person over coronavirus fears.
2020-03-10 23:56:34
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Court rules Led Zeppelin didn't plagiarize "Stairway to Heaven"
"There is no direct evidence that the two bands toured together, or that Led Zeppelin band members heard Spirit perform 'Taurus,'" the court said in its decision.
2020-03-10 05:06:02
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Vanessa Bryant shares photo at mural of Kobe and Gianna
The mural depicts a well-known photo​ of Gianna and her dad, but the artist added a special tribute: a halo positioned between them.
2020-03-10 04:15:13
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Coronavirus swamping U.S. cruise lines
U.S. cruise lines say they're losing hundreds of millions by canceling trips and taking steps to fight the coronavirus.
2020-03-10 01:42:00
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New music from the unapologetic Dixie Chicks
The Dixie Chicks, comprised of lead singer Natalie Maines and sisters Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer, are one of the biggest female music acts of all time, with tens of millions of records sold, and 13 Grammy Awards. They talk with correspondent Tracy Smith about the Iraq War controversy that led to boycotts and blacklists of their music over comments made about President George W. Bush, and how failed relationships became a source of inspiration for their upcoming album, "Gaslighter," their first studio album together since 2006's Grammy-winning smash "Taking the Long Way."
2020-03-09 22:31:04
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Almanac: The Marx Brothers
March 8, 1959 marked a key date in the careers of the irrepressible Groucho, Chico and Harpo Marx, for that was the day they appeared together for the last time on screen, on TV's "General Electric Theater" on CBS. Jane Pauley looks back at the careers of the comedy icons.
2020-03-09 22:31:04
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Notable deaths in 2020
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who'd touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
2020-03-09 19:08:49
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10 songs you can wash your hands to
To prevent the spread of coronavirus, the CDC recommends washing your hands for 20 seconds — or the same amount of time it takes to sing "Happy Birthday" twice.
2020-03-09 01:41:34
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Dwyane Wade posts about daughter's first red carpet as Zaya
"Everyone allow her to re-introduce herself her name is Zaya Wade!" wrote the former basketball star on Instagram.
2020-03-08 23:09:12
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"Riverdance" steps up its 25th anniversary
In the 1990s "Riverdance," a boisterous celebration of Irish music and dance, became an unlikely show-biz phenomenon, with sold-out performances around the globe. Now it's back with a 25th anniversary show, headed for New York's Radio City Music Hall. Correspondent Mark Phillips talks with John McColgan and Moya Doherty, producers of the original "Riverdance" and its newest iteration, and with 22-year-old dancer Amy-Mae Dolan, who has never known a world without "Riverdance."
2020-03-08 22:52:11
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The Dixie Chicks on turning their bad times into ballads
One of the biggest female music acts of all time is back with their first album in over a decade, with their new single, "Gaslighter," an ode to manipulators
2020-03-08 17:22:49
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Sunday Profile: Mandy Moore
Mandy Moore was a certified teen pop star, and a regular presence on MTV, before stretching into acting. Just a few years ago, she had been so shaken by a divorce and lack of acting work she considered leaving Hollywood. But that was before landing a starring role in a show that exceeded all expectations, the TV hit "This Is Us." Moore talked with correspondent Luke Burbank about a young girl's music dreams, and a woman realizing her dreams with her new album, "Silver Landings," a collaboration with her second husband, musician Taylor Goldsmith.
2020-03-08 17:10:47
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Mandy Moore returns to music with "Silver Landings"
The teen pop singer-turned actress, who'd considered dropping out of the entertainment business before starring in the hit TV series "This Is Us," has now released a new album
2020-03-08 17:01:58
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Saturday Sessions: Christopher Paul Stelling performs "Hear Me Calling"
Florida native Christopher Paul Stelling won acclaim with his debut album "Songs of Praise and Scorn" in 2012 before three-time Grammy winner Ben Harper offered to produce his latest album. Stelling joins "CBS This Morning's" Saturday Sessions to play "Hear Me Calling" from the new album, "Best of Luck" before his big national tour.
2020-03-08 09:25:05
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Thai chef Jet Tila on keeping his family legacy alive through food
Jet Tila, known for his appearances on "Iron Chef" and "Chopped," is also famous in Los Angeles for his family's Thai grocery store, believed to be the first in the U.S. "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Michelle Miller sits down with Tila to talk about how he’s using cuisine to keep his family's legacy alive on a special edition of The Dish.
2020-03-08 09:04:04
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Arkansas police officer escorts girl to daddy-daughter dance
A young girl who lost her father found an unlikely friend to escort her to her Arkansas town's daddy-daughter dance — Officer Nick Harvey, who usually spends his days patrolling the halls of Central Elementary. Harvey's boss had told him about a volunteer opportunity to escort children in need to the event, and he showed up in a police cruiser to meet 8-year-old Avey Cox. Jamie Yuccas spoke with the pair and shares details of their heartwarming story.
2020-03-08 09:04:04
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Musician and writer James McBride pens poignant new novel
Classically trained musician, reporter, novelist and teacher James McBride is a modern day renaissance man. McBride's work has taken on some of the most profound issues in American culture, often with a cutting sense of humor. "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Jeff Glor sits down with McBride after he released his first book since winning the National Book Award seven years ago, titled "Deacon King Kong."
2020-03-08 09:04:03
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Music festivals and coronavirus: Will the shows still go on?
After South by Southwest and two Miami music festivals were canceled as a precaution against spreading COVID-19, some music fans are calling for more events to be shut down.
2020-03-07 16:12:02
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Taylor Swift donates $1 million to tornado relief
"Nashville is my home and the fact that so many people have lost their homes and so much more in Middle Tennessee is devastating to me," Swift said on Instagram.
2020-03-06 17:24:37
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Take Five: Arts & events around the U.S. (March 6)
Check out the "Sunday Morning" listings of events this coming week
2020-03-06 17:22:38
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Review: "First Cow," a primal drama of the American dream
An enticing new film depicts characters testing their ethical boundaries in order to succeed in the rough-hewn Oregon Territory of 1820.
2020-03-06 15:55:25
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Vanna White, a woman of letters
The co-host of "Wheel of Fortune" talks about her 37 years revealing puzzles, and filling in for Pat Sajak during his recent emergency surgery
2020-03-05 21:52:08
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Why singer-actress Mandy Moore nearly walked away from the entertainment business
Preview: The "This Is Us" star tells "CBS Sunday Morning" that, after four failed TV pilots, "I was kind of at the point where I was like, 'Maybe this acting thing is done for me'"
2020-03-05 21:52:00
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Dixie Chicks announce first album in over a decade
From the looks of it, the band is still "Not Ready to Make Nice."
2020-03-05 20:06:21
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Katy Perry reveals pregnancy in new music video
"Omg so glad I don't have to suck it in anymore," the pop star tweeted.
2020-03-05 18:41:37
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Alex Trebek beats odds and marks milestone in cancer battle
"I'd be lying if I said the journey had been an easy one," Trebek said in an emotional video. "There were some good days, but a lot of not-so-good days."
2020-03-05 14:51:14
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"90210" star pays tribute to Luke Perry on anniversary of death
"Though time heals wounds, the pain of loss lasts forever."
2020-03-05 03:35:53
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What to Stream: "I Am Not Okay With This," "Altered Carbon," and "Dispatches From Elsewhere"
"I Am Not Okay With This," a supernatural teen drama, and "Altered Carbon" season 2 are now available for streaming on Netflix, while the mysterious anthology series "Dispatches from Elsewhere" begins on AMC. TV Guide senior editor Krutika Mallikarjuna joined CBSN to talk about them.
2020-03-04 23:49:54
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