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Felicity Huffman Begins 14-Day Prison Term In College Admissions Scandal

Huffman must also pay a $30,000 fine, perform 250 hours of community service and spend a year on probation.

Technology | Entertainment

Fortnite Unveils New Chapter After Two-Day 'Black Hole' Shutdown

More than 5.5 million people watched the dramatic end of Fortnite's first chapter on Sunday. On Tuesday morning, the game relaunched as Fortnite Chapter 2.

Books | Arts | Entertainment | Music

How Julie Andrews Made Herself At 'Home' In Hollywood

In a new memoir, the actress writes about the films and creative collaborations — like Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music — that marked the height of her fame.

Entertainment | Arts

Roy, Oh Roy: That 'Succession' Finale Was A Trip

In the second season finale of HBO's Succession, the Roys regroup after their difficult congressional hearings. It turns out the family that yachts together ties itself into knots together.

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Not My Job: We Quiz 'Watchmen' Star Regina King On Luxury Watches

Oscar winner Regina King — who has appeared in Jerry Maguire, If Beale Street Could Talk and The Boondocks — is now starring in the HBO superhero series Watchmen.

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'El Camino' Gives Jesse Pinkman Life Beyond 'Breaking Bad'

The new Netflix movie starring Aaron Paul as a desperate Jesse, on the run immediately after the events of the Breaking Bad finale, explores the trauma that his association with Walter White created.

Entertainment | Arts | Music | NW Life

Aldous Harding Lives In The Haunted Ether With 'Zoo Eyes'

The New Zealand artist rounds out a bizarre and wonderful trio of videos from her stellar album, "Designer." She plays the Aladdin Theater in Portland Monday 10/14.

Entertainment | Arts

Rip Taylor Was In On The Joke

The comedian, who died Sunday, knew how to make an entrance — tossing confetti, laughing boisterously and insisting the audience join him.


Rip Taylor, Comedian Known For His Camp And Confetti, Dies At 88

Taylor was a mainstay of 1970s television game shows and variety programs, such as Match Game and The Hollywood Squares. One of his best-known gags was to throw confetti at the audience.

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Not My Job: We Quiz Race Car Driver Danica Patrick On Slowing It Down

Before she retired from professional racing, Danica Patrick lived life in the very fast lane, so we've invited her to answer three questions about going suuuper slooowly.