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"Patrick Sweetie I'm so sorry they disrespected you like this," one person tweeted.


The weird ways of Sylvan Esso

According to singer Amelia Meath, it takes a year to make an album.

Audra McDonald invites the audience in

It's just an evening between friends when McDonald appears at Strathmore.

‘The Wedding Plan,’ the Grateful Dead and Audrey Hepburn all arrive on screens near you

A bride, a chauffeur's daughter and a bunch of Deadheads all walk into a theater...

The May 24 concert was almost like two shows in one.

Updating Shakespeare's tragedy was child's play for the author of "Girl With a Pearl Earring."

You, too, can fight Nazis or attempt to repair the International Space Station.

With simultaneous Markus Lupertz exhibits, the Hirshhorn and the Phillips Collection are collaborating for the first time.

Pope Francis looks less than thrilled.

ABC's new season of "The Bachelorette" is off and running.

Dr. Andrea advises a reader who is considering marching right out the door, and another reader who wishes her male friends at school would hang out with her after school too.

Squash on Fire boasts eight courts, including two all-glass “showcase courts” equipped to host tournaments.

This wild animal was pretty wild.

These are the important questions.

Writer-producer Moira Walley-Beckett adds a bleak tone to the buoyant 1908 story.

James and Pippa were all smiles at their large party for tabloid reporters.

Modern parenting or: How I learned to stop worrying and love YouTube.

And don't doubt her dancing skills either.

Old Hilltop is “antiquated” and “in need of substantial renovations.”

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