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Maurice Sendak was not interested in being loved. His curmudgeonly persona became as much a part of his legend as his famed book, "Where the Wild Things Are." But loved he was. The death on Tuesday of the author and illustrator who revolutionized children's books prompted an outpouring from authors and other celebrities roaring their terrible roars.
NEW YORK (AP) — When rapper G. Dep turned himself in for a nearly 2-decade-old shooting, he told police he wanted to clear his conscience.
LONDON (AP) — Jay-Z's protege Rita Ora says she's not dating Drake, they're just good friends.
NEW YORK (AP) — The red carpet is the main show at the annual gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute, and ascending the famous stairs is not something seasoned style veteran Sarah Jessica Parker takes lightly.
STOCKHOLM (AP) — Singer-songwriter Paul Simon and cellist Yo-Yo Ma have won the 2012 Polar Music Prize, Sweden's most prestigious award for musicians.
NEW YORK (AP) — The legendary punk-rock club CBGB closed six years ago. But now a group of investors has bought the assets of the club and plans to establish a CBGB music festival in various New York City venues this summer.
NEW YORK (AP) — Supermodel Linda Evangelista and billionaire French businessman Francois-Henri Pinault have reached a settlement in their child support fight over the care of their 5-year-old son. Details weren't available, but Evangelista had said in court papers that she was spending $46,000 a month on his expenses, including bodyguards and a 24-hour nanny.
LONDON (AP) — A man who had a cardiac arrest while jogging in London's Hyde Park says his life was saved with help from a famous passer-by — Dustin Hoffman.
NEW YORK (AP) — It's known as one of the most glamorous red carpets of the year, with movie stars, models and even a few star quarterbacks putting on their most fashion-forward outfits for the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute gala.
NEW YORK (AP) — Compost, "crack" and something called cereal milk — unlikely ingredients that have propelled Christina Tosi to the head of her culinary class.