Russian Dmitry Masleyev won first prize for the piano at the prestigious Tchaikovsky international music competition in Moscow.
Veteran comic actor Jim Carrey has labeled California's governor a "corporate fascist" for ordering tougher rules on mandatory vaccinations, claiming they can poison children.
Katy Perry pulled in $135 million in the past year to be the world's top-grossing musician, beating out Taylor Swift who has hinted at "bad blood" with the fellow pop singer.
I'm old but I'm not obsolete," Arnold Schwarzenegger says of his return as the fearsome cyborg from the future in his new movie "Terminator Genisys".
Glastonbury may be best known for its music, but many of the 175,000 people gathered at Worthy Farm come for the spiritual, political and family events that this year include Pussy Riot and the Dalai Lama among the performers.
A model at a Rick Owens fashion show in Paris brandished a banner saying "Please Kill Angela Merkel - Not", prompting the designer to note he had nothing to do with the "act of protest."
When Paul van Dyk tapped DJs from around the world for his latest album, he called it "The Politics of Dancing 3" to show the unifying power of dance music.
Beyonce will play her first full show in a year as the pop superstar headlines a festival in Philadelphia founded by her husband, rap mogul Jay-Z.
Pixar's critically acclaimed "Inside Out" -- an animated look at the mind of a pre-teen girl -- could not defeat the dinosaurs of "Jurassic World" at the North American weekend box office.
American rap mogul Diddy was arrested in Los Angeles for assault with a deadly weapon -- in this case, a kettlebell.
Tech giant Apple late Sunday bowed to pressure from pop superstar Taylor Swift and raised payments to artists for its forthcoming music streaming service.
About 17,000 people set out their mats and stretched into yoga exercises in New York's Times Square to celebrate the first International Day of Yoga.
It's been nearly three decades since Haiti's Triomphe cinema shuttered its doors, but the storied theater is back.
The mystery surrounding Daft Punk, the star French musical duo who usually keep their identities hidden under full-face robot helmets, will be lifted a little more in a new TV documentary to premiere next week.
Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson are gone from "True Detective," but HBO's Emmy-winning cop anthology series is back for a second season with the same dark.
Filming is underway in Poland on a new biopic about the life of Marie Sklodowska-Curie, the first woman ever to win not one, but two, Nobel prizes.
Brazilian singer Roberto Carlos, whose 55-year career has won him the nickname of the King of Latin music, will be honored at this year's Latin Grammys.
Hard Rock Cafe has finally fling its doors open in Almaty this weekend.
The Alexander McQueen label took centre-stage at London's fashion week for men with a collection that drew heavily on tattoo art and nautical themes.
Belgian singer Stromae has been forced to cancel a series of concerts after an adverse reaction to anti-malaria medicine.
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