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Don Henley tells court he never gave away drafts of 'Hotel California' lyrics

Don Henley tells court he never gave away drafts of 'Hotel California' lyrics

NEW YORK (AP) — Don Henley never gave away handwritten pages of draft lyrics to “Hotel California” and other Eagles hits, he said Monday, calling them “very personal" in testimony that also delved into an ugly but unrelated episode: his 1980 arrest .
Bye-bye, birdie: Maine's chickadee makes way for state tree and North Star on new license plate

Bye-bye, birdie: Maine's chickadee makes way for state tree and North Star on new license plate

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Bye-bye birdie: Maine's chickadee is making way for other images on a new license plate unveiled Monday that gives homage to an old flag growing in popularity and reappearing on hats, tote bags and T-shirts.
Proof copy of Harry Potter book, bought for pennies in 1997, sells for more than $13,000

Proof copy of Harry Potter book, bought for pennies in 1997, sells for more than $13,000

LONDON (AP) — A proof copy of the first Harry Potter novel that was bought for pennies in a second-hand bookshop almost 30 years ago has sold at auction for 11,000 pounds ($13,900.
Primary-care teams, access to health records key fixes for family doc crisis: report

Primary-care teams, access to health records key fixes for family doc crisis: report

TORONTO — A new report says patients across Canada see more primary health-care teams, access to their own electronic records and faster licensing of foreign-trained physicians as key ways to solve the country's family doctorshortagecrisis.
FX reaches back over 400 years for its next ambitious series, adapting the hit novel 'Shogun'

FX reaches back over 400 years for its next ambitious series, adapting the hit novel 'Shogun'

NEW YORK (AP) — When FX sent screenwriter Justin Marks a copy of James Clavell’s hit 1975 novel “Shogun” with the idea of turning it into a series, he initially couldn't put it down. That's because he was reluctant to pick it up.
Adidas sells another batch of Yeezy sneakers left over from breakup with Ye

Adidas sells another batch of Yeezy sneakers left over from breakup with Ye

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Shoe and sports clothing maker Adidas said Monday it had started a third sale of the Yeezy sneakers it was left with after severing ties with Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West.
Book Review: Thomas Mullen’s portrayal of a divided nation in 1943 draws parallels to today

Book Review: Thomas Mullen’s portrayal of a divided nation in 1943 draws parallels to today

It’s 1943, a quarter century after the armistice that ended the so-called Great War, and Americans are once again fighting in foreign lands, battling the ascendant Empire of Japan in the Pacific and confronting Germany’s Afrika Corp along the souther
After drifting apart as kids, Stephen and Robbie Amell lead sci-fi franchise 'Code 8'

After drifting apart as kids, Stephen and Robbie Amell lead sci-fi franchise 'Code 8'

For years, Toronto-born cousins Stephen and Robbie Amell inhabited the same superhero universe but never interacted on screen. “Steve and I knew that we wanted to work together.
Actor Gérard Depardieu faces another sexual assault complaint as #MeToo echoes through French cinema

Actor Gérard Depardieu faces another sexual assault complaint as #MeToo echoes through French cinema

PARIS (AP) — French actor Gérard Depardieu faces another complaint of sexual assault, this time from a movie decorator who alleges he groped her during filming in 2021.
Musicians' muse Pattie Boyd auctions love letters from Eric Clapton and George Harrison

Musicians' muse Pattie Boyd auctions love letters from Eric Clapton and George Harrison

LONDON (AP) — Love letters to Pattie Boyd from both George Harrison and Eric Clapton are going up for sale at Christie’s auction house, alongside clothing, jewelry and other memorabilia from the renowned model and musicians’ muse.
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