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Gregory Allen Howard, who wrote 'Remember the Titans,' dies

Gregory Allen Howard, who wrote 'Remember the Titans,' dies

NEW YORK (AP) — Screenwriter Gregory Allen Howard, who skillfully adapted stories of historical Black figures in “Remember the Titans” starring Denzel Washington, “Ali” with Will Smith and “Harriet” with Cynthia Erivo, has died. He was 70.
Michael Jackson's nephew to star in King of Pop biopic

Michael Jackson's nephew to star in King of Pop biopic

NEW YORK (AP) — Michael Jackson's 26-year-old nephew, Jaafar Jackson, will play the King of Pop in the planned biopic “Michael” to be directed by Antoine Fuqua.
After Tesla price cut, Ford follows suit with Mustang Mach-E

After Tesla price cut, Ford follows suit with Mustang Mach-E

DETROIT (AP) — Ford is cutting prices on its Mustang Mach-E electric SUV by as much as $6,000 just weeks after market leader Tesla took similar steps .
Eva Green tells UK court 'B movie' could have wrecked career

Eva Green tells UK court 'B movie' could have wrecked career

LONDON (AP) — Eva Green said in a British court Monday that she grew disillusioned with a film project because it was becoming a “B movie” that could ruin her career.
Celebrity birthdays for the week of Feb. 5-11

Celebrity birthdays for the week of Feb. 5-11

Celebrity birthdays for the week of Feb. 5-11: Feb. 5: Actor David Selby (“Dark Shadows,” ″Falcon Crest”) is 82. Singer Al Kooper (Blood, Sweat and Tears) is 79. Actor Charlotte Rampling is 77. Actor Barbara Hershey is 75.
Companies make progress on anti-Black racism, but workers worry about recession: poll

Companies make progress on anti-Black racism, but workers worry about recession: poll

TORONTO — Most Black Canadians feel their employers made progress addressing anti-Black racism last year — but they worry about what a recession could mean for those gains, a KPMG survey said.
Review: Making of 'The Way We Were' is a rich, gossipy tale

Review: Making of 'The Way We Were' is a rich, gossipy tale

“The Way They Were: How Epic Battles and Bruised Egos Brought a Classic Hollywood Love Story to the Screen” by Robert Hofler (Citadel) Most people seem to like their screen romances a little on the sad side.
Review: K-pop's NCT127 adds neo-chill hop to album repackage

Review: K-pop's NCT127 adds neo-chill hop to album repackage

“Ay-Yo — The 4th Album Repackage” NCT127 (SM Entertainment) NCT127 should be credited as inventors of a new genre: neo-chill hop.
Review: Searching for belonging in ‘Central Places’

Review: Searching for belonging in ‘Central Places’

NEW YORK (AP) — “Central Places,” by Delia Cai (Ballantine) Delia Cai’s debut novel has all the trappings of a breezy rom-com: Audrey, a successful 27-year-old New Yorker with a glamorous job in ad sales and handsome photojournalist fiancé, returns h
France buys new masterpiece for Orsay museum with LVMH gift

France buys new masterpiece for Orsay museum with LVMH gift

PARIS (AP) — France has acquired a stunning Impressionist masterpiece for its national collection of art treasures, with a donation from luxury goods giant LVMH paying the 43 million euros (nearly $47 million) for "Boating Party” by 19th-century Fren
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