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  1. Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz to Step Down

    6:04 pm 12/1/2016

    Schultz, who will remain at the company as executive chairman, will be succeeded by current president and chief operating officer Kevin Johnson.Read more

  2. 'A Bronx Tale': Theater Review

    6:00 pm 12/1/2016

    Robert De Niro and Jerry Zaks co-direct 'A Bronx Tale,' a musical version of Chazz Palminteri's one-man play about growing up in an Italian-American neighborhood, also turned into a 1993 film. Read more

  3. Donald Trump Kicks Off "Thank You Tour," Slams "Dishonest Press"

    5:53 pm 12/1/2016

    At a rally in Ohio, the president-elect boasted of his "landslide" victory, even though he "didn't have the press. The press was brutal." Read more

  4. President Obama Lights National Christmas Tree for Final Time, Shares "Message of Unity"

    5:01 pm 12/1/2016

    Obama reflected on his eight years in office: "What I've seen is a big-hearted and hopeful and resilient people who look out for each other."Read more

  5. 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' Advances Broadway Plans

    3:14 pm 12/1/2016

    Producers of the two-part play, a smash hit on London's West End, are in negotiations to open a New York production in spring 2018 in the refurbished Lyric Theatre. Read more

  6. Donald Trump Voices His Support for Los Angeles Olympic Bid

    3:08 pm 12/1/2016

    Trump spoke with IOC president Thomas Bach "to express his strong support" for the 2024 Games.Read more

  7. How a Canadian Oliver Stone Fan Rescued the Director's Dot-Com Web Domain

    2:28 pm 12/1/2016

    The namesake site has been returned to the 'Snowden' director after being allowed to expire, shedding light on the perils of celebrity cyber-squatting.Read more

  8. Meet the Cuban-American Artist Who Has Made Fans of Beyonce and Jay Z

    1:07 pm 12/1/2016

    At his Art Basel opening, Brooklyn-based Jose Parla talks Cuba and Castro.Read more

  9. SAG-AFTRA, Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation Call on Hollywood to Spotlight HIV/AIDS

    12:13 pm 12/1/2016

    The industry can do more to highlight today’s stories, said panelists at a World AIDS Day event Wednesday night.Read more

  10. Hollywood Flashback: Before 'Hamilton,' Eartha  Kitt Spoke Truth to Power

    11:00 am 12/1/2016

    The actor-singer shared her opposition to the Vietnam war at an event hosted by President Johnson and, following a media backlash, left the country for a few years as the CIA labeled her a "sadistic nymphomaniac with a "very nasty disposition."Read more

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