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LONDON (AP) — An antique Stradivarius violin that was stolen from its owner at a London railway station in 2010 has fetched almost 1.4 million pounds ($2.3 million) at auction.
DALLAS (AP) — A memorial service is scheduled in North Texas for Country Music Hall of Fame member Ray Price, who died this week.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Lucille Ball's classic antics are colorized in an "I Love Lucy" holiday special airing on CBS. But daughter Lucie Arnaz's vivid family Christmas memories don't require any embellishment to shine.
BERLIN (AP) — Germany says it won't return two paintings once owned by a Jewish businessman who fled the Nazis, even as the western city of Cologne agreed to hand back almost a dozen other valuable drawings to heirs in two separate cases.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Talent agency William Morris Endeavor Entertainment is teaming with investment firm Silver Lake Partners to buy sports marketing firm IMG Worldwide, combining a powerful force in entertainment with one of the powerhouses in sports marketing.
LONDON (AP) — Tom Hiddleston has gone from the theater to "Thor" and back again.
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. (AP) — Beyonce's new album was so secret, one of its producers only knew of its release 90 minutes before it dropped.
LONDON (AP) — The former lead singer of the rock band Lostprophets was sentenced Wednesday to 29 years in jail, with a British judge saying that Ian Watkins had "plumbed new depths of depravity" in committing a string of sexual offenses against very young children.
David O. Russell says 'American Hustle' cons are 'small potatoes' to the Koch brothers.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Just in time for a new movie about the making of "Mary Poppins," the 1964 Disney classic starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke has been selected for preservation at the Library of Congress so future generations of Americans can see it.