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Erratic Chicano writer who vanished focus of new documentary
Oscar Zeta Acosta, a radical and volatile Mexican-American writer who was a sidekick to journalist Hunter S. Thompson and went missing in 1974, is the focus on a new PBS documentary
'American Idol' judges look for emotional connections in latest round of auditions
" American Idol " nearly went to the dogs -- quite literally -- Monday night during another round of auditions, but a few emotional performances really turned things around. As Lionel Richie said early on in the episode, the judges were looking for “the real note,” not just “the right note.” They
Archive of Studs Terkel radio shows to be released to public
More than 5,600 of Studs Terkel's radio interview programs on the Chicago station WFMT will be released to the public. The Studs Terkel Radio Archive will launch May 16, the 106th birthday of the late author, activist and oral historian. Terkel died in 2008 at age 96. The archive will be available
Minneapolis locals share musts in the Twin Cities
With all eyes on Minneapolis this weekend and the highly anticipated game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots, the Super Bowl is a time for the Twin Cities to shine. And while it seems all anyone can talk about is the weather -- yes, it's cold, get over it -- "Good Morning
January 29, 2018: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand hits the table, Ana Navarro joins as a guest co-host
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand hits "The View" table, Ana Navarro joins as a guest co-host.
Grammys 2018 Preview: Here's what you need to know
The 60th Annual Grammy Awards will air live tonight from New York City's Madison Square Garden -- the first time in 15 years that Music's Biggest Night will originate from the Big Apple. James Corden hosts the show, which begins at 7:30 p.m. ET. Of course, there are so many Grammy categories that
Jan. 22, 2008: Heath Ledger dies at 28
We're gonna churn out of the death of an accomplished young actor late today the body of one time Oscar nominee Heath Ledger was found a New York. It marks the tragic end of an active and promising Hollywood career here here's ABC's John Berman. You live your servant in you know didn't. With the
John Mayer wants to hear from fans ... by snail mail: Let's 'return to naturalism'
Remember back in the day when there was no social media or internet, and if you wanted to tell your favorite star how much you loved them, you had to write them a fan letter? Well, John Mayer wants to return to those days, and he wants you to come with him. The singer on Instagram encouraged his
Powerhouse Politics: Director Rob Reiner on his new film, 'LBJ'
Reiner compares the presidencies of Johnson and Trump, and comments on the Harvey Weinstein allegations.
Review: Pink's latest album showcases her unbelievable voice
In albums released this past Friday, Pink goes mostly into ballad mode, St. Vincent collaborates with producer Jack Antonoff, Robert Plant expands on his post-Zeppelin legacy, Wu-Tang releases a new collection, Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan rebrands himself as William Patrick Corgan and