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  • 4th year since Las Vegas massacre: 'Be there for each other'

    LAS VEGAS (AP) — People who are healing and some still struggling gathered Friday to remember those who died and were injured during the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history four years ago on the Las Vegas Strip.
  • Shattered by blast, landmark Beirut museum tries to rebuild

    BEIRUT (AP) — The artist meticulously cuts small pieces of yellow and red glass, then lays them in a pattern to recreate the stained-glass windows that were the trademark of Beirut’s Sursock Museum, shattered in last year’s port explosion.
  • Blues guitar legend Buddy Guy looks back on a special career

    NEW YORK (AP) — Blues guitar legend Buddy Guy has influenced some of the greatest rock guitarists of all time, including Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Gary Clark Jr. But the factors that led to his inspiration may not have happened if Guy hadn't taken a stand – literally.
  • NYC Chinatown museum reopens with anti-Asian racism exhibit

    NEW YORK (AP) — A New York City museum dedicated to telling Chinese American history marked its reopening to the public on Wednesday, with an exhibit on Asian Americans and racism that it curated partially through submissions gathered during the pandemic and a surge of anti-Asian bias incidents around the country.
  • Moisés Kaufman brings to NY whole new 'Seven Deadly Sins'

    NEW YORK (AP) — It started last fall in a series of vacant storefronts along an iconic Miami Beach thoroughfare as a safe way to offer theater during the coronavirus pandemic. Now Moisés Kaufman has brought “Seven Deadly Sins” to New York City, with seven new short plays about pride, greed, wrath, envy, lust, gluttony and sloth.
  • Justice delayed? In wealthy California town, officer kills 2

    DANVILLE, Calif. (AP) — Just past the Village Theatre and a quaint corner chocolate shop is the intersection where Officer Andrew Hall shot and killed a 33-year-old mentally ill man in 2018.
  • Suit: Georgia election law threatens voting, speech rights

    ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia’s sweeping new overhaul of election laws threatens the fundamental right to vote, freedom of speech and the separation of powers, according to a federal lawsuit filed Monday.
  • Artists, activists rush to save Black Lives Matter murals

    INDIANAPOLIS - Neither woman could bring themselves to watch the video of George Floyd’s final moments, his neck pinned under a Minneapolis police officer’s knee.
  • Book Review: Peter Frampton looks back in a gentle memoir

    Peter Frampton, “Do You Feel Like I Do?” (Hachette Books)
  • Priest and abstract-expressionist painter Bill Moore dies

    LOS ANGELES - Father Bill Moore, a Catholic priest and prominent abstract expressionist who spent decades spreading spiritualism through his paintings, has died at age 71.

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