SPINETTA MARENGO, Italy (AP) — Hats off, Bogie.
The traditional Italian hat maker Borsalino, whose fedora has defined the rough-and-tumble images of Robert Redford, Frank Sinatra and Humphrey Bogart, has a plan to appeal more to women and millennials by pushing into high-end fashion, streetwear and even sportswear.
PROVINCETOWN, Mass. (AP) — Winter on the Outer Cape can be tough. The hustle and bustle of the summer is gone. The sun sets early. It's cold, and most restaurants aren't open. It can feel like a long wait under the covers until spring arrives.
But the town health department, along with the library, school, and housing and economic development officials hope to get people out of their houses and into class through its "Winter Wednesdays" program.
The elevator pitch for Steven Knight's "Serenity" would be: "'Key Largo' meets 'Westworld.'" And it's every bit as ridiculous as that sounds.
NEW YORK (AP) — The executive director of New York's legendary Friars Club has pleaded guilty to having filed false income tax returns.
Prosecutors say Michael Gyure failed to report roughly $433,000 in compensation between 2012 and 2016. He started working at the Manhattan club known for celebrity roasts in 2008.
Gyure has also agreed to pay over $156,000 to the Internal Revenue Service. He faces up to three years in prison.
NATICK, Mass. (AP) — A Boston-area war museum is contrasting the reality of America's entry into World War II with the iconic wartime film "Casablanca."
"The Real and Reel Casablanca" launched Nov. 8 at the International Museum of World War II in Natick and runs through February.
The special exhibit opened on the 75th anniversary of "Operation Torch," when Allied forces invaded French North Africa from the Moroccan port city of Casablanca in 1942.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The airport hangar facade from the opening scene of "Casablanca" has found a home a decade after being saved from the wrecking ball.
The arched facade dating to the 1920s has been in a Los Angeles parking lot since it was removed during 2007 renovations at Van Nuys Airport.
PARIS (AP) — Michele Morgan, a French actress who starred with Humphrey Bogart and Frank Sinatra and was the first winner of Cannes' best actress award, has died at 96.
President Francois Hollande said in a statement announcing the death that Morgan, whose sea blue eyes captivated French audiences, was "a legend who marked numerous generations."