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  1. 'Captain America' soars again, tops 'Rio 2' to win U.S. box office

    'Captain America' soars again, tops 'Rio 2' to win U.S. box office

    LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Marvel's superhero in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" claimed a third straight box office win, collecting $26.6 million (15.82 million pounds) at the domestic bo...

  2. McCartney wows Uruguayans in packed stadium concert

    McCartney wows Uruguayans in packed stadium concert

    Montevideo (AFP) - Ex-Beatle Sir Paul McCartney wowed fans at a concert in Uruguay late Saturday, performing classics from his long career and dazzling the crowd with his rendition of "Let It Be".

  3. Byron Bay Bluesfest: Iconic Australian music festival celebrates 25th anniversary

    "Are you guys ready to dance or not?" cried out musicians of the funk band Public Opinion Afro Orchestra to the first night Bluesfest audience.

  4. Nigella Lawson granted entry to NZ

    Nigella Lawson granted entry to NZ

    Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson has been granted a waiver to work in New Zealand despite admitting cocaine use.

  5. I 'kidnap' Kylie, says Dannii

    I 'kidnap' Kylie, says Dannii

    Dannii Minogue says she occasionally "kidnaps" her busy older sister Kylie.

  6. Street rods roar into Hobart for national car show

    Street rods roar into Hobart for national car show

    Hundreds of hot rods have roared into Hobart for one of Australia's biggest classic and custom car shows.

  7. Aussie double at top of ARIA charts

    Australian singer/songwriter Chet Faker has claimed the No.1 album this week with his debut Built on Glass.

  8. The Who working on new album

    British rock veterans The Who are working on their first album since 2006's Endless Wire.

  9. Green Day frontman rocks with Replacements

    Billie Joe Armstrong made a surprise appearance at the Coachella festival by joining rockers The Replacements onstage.

  10. Jack White releases new vinyl in hours

    Jack White has played his new single on Record Store Day and four hours later a copy of the performance was available on a limited run of vinyl.

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