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Prince Tribute Concert Set for October

Artists will come together for a tribute concert to late pop icon Prince in October in his hometown Minneapolis, his family says.

The show will take place on October 13 at the newly built U.S. Bank Stadium, home of the Minnesota Vikings football team, Prince's sister Tyka Nelson wrote on Facebook.

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Pokemon Go a Campaign Weapon for Presidential Candidates

The global phenomenon Pokemon Go has made its way onto the US presidential campaign trail with the staff of both major candidates appealing to users of the smartphone game to catch voters.

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Real-Life 'Pianist' Family Wins Defamation Appeal

The family of the late Jewish-Polish protagonist of Oscar-winning Holocaust film "The Pianist" said Monday they had won an appeal against defamation over claims in a book that he was a Nazi collaborator.

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Harry Potter Magic Hits Asia as Fans Celebrate New Book

Harry Potter magic hit Asia on Sunday, as aspiring witches and wizards crowded into bookstores to get their hands on the first copies of a new play that imagines the hero as an adult.

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Celebrities Go All Out for Clinton at Convention

Donald Trump had promised to bring showbiz pizzazz to the Republican convention, but it was instead the Democrats who put on a slick show of A-list entertainers in their bid to elect Hillary Clinton.

Shortly before Clinton's high-stakes speech to accept the presidential nomination on Thursday, the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia brought out one of the biggest stars there is -- Katy Perry.

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Pink Floyd to Put Out Unreleased Tracks in Box Set

Pink Floyd will put out previously unreleased tracks as part of a giant box set that explores the experimental rock legends' foundations, the band's label said Thursday.

"The Early Years - 1965-1972," which will go on sale November 11, will feature 27 CDs that cover rare outtakes and live performances as the English band made its name, Sony Legacy Records announced.

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Radiohead are 'Creeps' Again on World Tour

Radiohead became rock anti-heroes with their first single "Creep" in 1992 and, after a tortured three-decade history with the song, the band is embracing it again.

The English experimental rockers on Wednesday closed out the second of two nights at New York's Madison Square Garden with "Creep" to the delight and disbelief of the sold-out crowd.

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Metallica, Rihanna to Headline Anti-Poverty Concert

Heavy metal greats Metallica and pop superstar Rihanna will headline the latest Global Citizen Festival, which will mobilize fans to fight the world's most extreme poverty.

The festival, to take place on September 24 in New York's Central Park, "sells" tickets based on actions taken such as social media postings and letters to promote development goals.

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Star Wars Set Door 'Could Have Killed' Ford, Court Hears

Hollywood star Harrison Ford could have been killed by a hydraulic door on a "Star Wars" movie set, a court heard Tuesday, as the Disney-owned production company admitted to safety breaches.

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'Aliens' Marks 30th Anniversary with Marriage Proposal

Filmmaker James Cameron and Hollywood star Sigourney Weaver were surprised by a fan proposing to his girlfriend as they celebrated the 30th anniversary of sci-fi classic "Aliens" on Saturday.

The pair were swapping nostalgia and behind-the-scenes anecdotes at San Diego Comic-Con when the man got down on one knee during the audience Q&A section and popped the question.

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