A tentative deal has been reached to end Hollywood’s writers strike after nearly five months. The Writers Guild of America reached the deal Sunday with an alliance of studios, streaming services and production companies.
Lithuanian teenager Dominika Banevič and American Victor Montalvo have qualified for next year’s Paris Olympics after winning the World Breaking Championship on Sunday.
Giorgio Armani has closed Milan Fashion Week with good vibes and a front row that included frequent guests such as Cate Blanchett and Juliette Binoche.
MILAN (AP) — The Milan fashion world has become a designer carousel. Powerhouse Gucci and Swiss luxury brand Bally both introduced designers this season, while Tod’s bade their creative director farewell and Moschino is in an interim phase.
A landslide in western Sweden has caused a huge sinkhole on a major highway to Norway, and three people were injured when their cars and a bus skidded off the road.
Louisiana folklorist Nick Spitzer and Mississippi blues musician R.L. Boyce are among nine 2023 National Heritage Fellows being celebrated later this month by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Composer Rene Orth’s “10 Days in a Madhouse,” based on the 1887 book by trailblazing reporter Nellie Bly, opened Opera Philadelphia’s O23 Festival.
Rupert Murdoch stirs mixed feelings in Britain, where he transformed the media over half a century. U.K. journalists and politicians are both hailing and reviling the 92-year-old mogul after he announced he was stepping down as leader of his media empire.
Poland’s right-wing leaders are denouncing a new feature film by Polish director Agnieszka Holland as it opens in the country.
Everyone who enters Barter Theatre in southwestern Virginia is met and welcomed by Katy Brown, the producing artistic director.
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MILAN (AP) — Rain forced more than one fashion house to scramble for indoor locations in Milan and fashionistas to find a way to move about the gridlocked Italian city without the threat of a drenching Friday.
Amazon’s Prime Video will begin showing adds during shows and movies early next year, joining other streaming services that have added different tiers of subscriptions.
Another member of K-pop supergroup BTS has begun his mandatory military service in South Korea. Suga started serving on Friday as a social service agent, an alternative form of military service in the country.
U.S. breaking pros who hope to compete in the Paris Olympics next year have a challenge. As ambassadors to the country where the hip-hop dance form originated, they want to preserve breaking’s focus on originality and its ties to Black and Latino culture.
Many baseball fans, especially older ones, originally fell in love with America’s pastime by listening to ballgames on AM radio.
King Charles III has traveled to the southwestern French city of Bordeaux to focus on climate and the environment.
Movie star Anthony Mackie was back in his home town — and back at an old job — as he took part in a program to help people needing roof repairs and replacements after natural disasters.
A new poll shows that Americans are much more sympathetic to Hollywood’s striking writers and actors then they are to the studios on the other side of the table.
Actor Sophie Turner has sued her estranged pop star husband Joe Jonas to force him to turn over the passports of the couple’s two young daughters so she can take them to England.
Thousands have marched across Nigeria over the mysterious death of an Afrobeat star whose body has been exhumed for an autopsy as authorities investigate the cause of his demise.