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- iTunes launching music festival at SXSW Updated: Feb-19-14 1:04 pm
- Sting's musical finds a Broadway home Updated: Feb-12-14 1:49 pm
- Class back on rise in UK - but elite different Updated: Feb-10-14 4:38 am
TUPELO, Mississippi - The executive director of Tupelo's arena says last week set a record: 28,811 people in four days.
LOS ANGELES - The Academy Awards were on at Elton John AIDS Foundation's viewing dinner party, but the real entertainment came from the performances, celeb watching, and the surreal moments of the evening.
LOS ANGELES - Show Bits brings you the 86th annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles through the eyes of Associated Press journalists. Follow them on Twitter where available with the handles listed after each item.
NEW YORK - Writing duo Gamble and Huff will receive the Johnny Mercer award at the Songwriters Hall of Fame ceremony.
CINCINNATI - A Cincinnati traffic reporter has gained national attention for his dramatic on-air parody of a Disney movie song.
NASHVILLE, Tennessee - The eclectic trio of Elton John, Kanye West and Jack White will headline this summer's Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival.
NEW YORK - The Tribeca Film Festival will again kick off with music, opening its 13th annual edition with a documentary on Nas and a performance by the rapper.
NEW YORK - iTunes is putting its stamp on South by Southwest, piggybacking on the annual event with its own music festival.
NEW YORK - Singer-songwriter Sting's new musical "The Last Ship" has found a nice berth on Broadway.
LONDON - For the past three decades, many Britons had hoped the rigid class system that defined their country from Dickens to "Downton Abbey" was finally dying. Now they fear that class, their old bugbear, is back on the rise.