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'Celebrating Charlie:' Charles Osgood Takes Final Bow As 'CBS Sunday Morning' AnchorThe poet, author and newsman has been telling the stories of others for more than 50 years.
Beyonce, Jay Z To Host Tidal X: 1015 Benefit Concert In BrooklynThe Tidal X: 1015 concert, hosted by Jay Z and Beyonce, is slated take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Oct. 15.
NYC's Fall 2016 Film Festival Guide: New York Film Festival, NewFest, MoreOur roundup of the best film festivals coming to NYC this fall, including Urbanworld, New York Film Festival, NewFest and more.
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Adele On Brangelina Divorce: 'It Feels Like The End Of An Era'At her concert in New York on Tuesday night, Adele brought up Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's breakup, telling the crowd she had to address "the elephant in the room.''
Brooklyn's Best Independent BookstoresOur roundup of the six best bookstores in Brooklyn, including powerHouse Arena, WORD Brooklyn, Book Thug Nation and more.
Angelina Jolie Files For Divorce From Brad PittAn attorney for Jolie Pitt, Robert Offer, said Tuesday that she has filed for the dissolution of the marriage. Offer said the decision was made "for the health of the family.''
Michelle Obama Teams With Broadway's Best In 'Let Girls Learn' ConcertThe 90-minute event included songs from "The Color Purple,'' "Wicked,'' "A Soft Place to Land'' from "Waitress,'' and a medley of songs by Carole King led by Chilina Kennedy.
1010 WINS Special Report: Living In Live TimeWe live in a society that strives for “likes,” but when it comes to the self-esteem of today’s young women, it seems it’s hardest for them to “like” themselves.
Jay Z: The War On Drugs Is An 'Epic Fail'The four-minute clip posted online by The New York Times Opinion section on Thursday features Jay Z -- also known as Shawn Carter -- narrating over artist Molly Crabapple's illustrations.

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