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At 'Drunk Shakespeare' everyone gets tipsy

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| In this off-Broadway show, audiences imbibe along with the Drunk Shakespeare Society, "a group of professional drinkers with a Shakespeare problem."

How Kentucky fell in love with Japanese food

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It all started when Toyota announced it would open its first American plant in Georgetown in 1985 — long before sushi was available at every local supermarket.

'Beetle Bailey' cartoonist Mort Walker dies at 94

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Walker began publishing cartoons at age 11 and was involved with more than a half-dozen comic strips in his career, including "Hi and Lois" and "Sam & Silo."

Sundance market cools with few breakouts or Oscar pics

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"Film distributors are shying away from provocative content these days and leaving that room for other, newer, less traditional outlets."

It's Christmas in January for musicians and producers at NAMM

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The National Association of Music Merchants' annual trade show in Anaheim is a huge marketplace for instruments and the latest gadgetry.

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What does Pati Jinich hope to bring to the table? Authenticity

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"Pati's Mexican Kitchen" isn't the archetypal Mexican cooking show. The granddaughter of Eastern European Jewish refugees, Jinich was a policy analyst at a D.C. think tank.

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The Secret Sisters are playing by their own rules now

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Lydia and Laura Rogers launched their career to much acclaim. Then things took a sour turn. Now, they're back with a new album, "You Don't Know Me Anymore."

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National Gallery cancels 2 upcoming shows after sexual misconduct allegations

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Both artists, Chuck Close and Thomas Roma, have been subjects of recent accusations by multiple women. The museum says it is "not the appropriate time to present these installations."

Domhnall Gleeson's 'Futile and Stupid Gesture'

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After his latest "Star Wars" movie, the Irish actor dove into the role of Henry Beard, who helped launch the satirical magazine National Lampoon.

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