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Bon Iver frontman to curate new festival

NEW YORK  The frontman of Bon Iver, who won critical acclaim for his emotionally resonant indie folk rock, has announced a festival that promises to throw a spotlight on new music.Justin Vernon announced the inaugural festival to take place on July 17-18 in his hometown of Eau Claire in the Upper Midwestern state of Wisconsin, known for its scenic landscape of forest, rivers and lakes."After several years of touring and playing music festivals of all different types around the world, I wanted to put together

New "Annie" movie less about "Tomorrow" and all about today

New "Annie" movie less about "Tomorrow" and all about todayNEW YORK: Forget the curly red hair and Depression-era orphans. The hit musical "Annie" moves firmly into the 21st century in a new film version where the star is a street-smart African-American foster kid who rides New York buses, and her savior is a black cell phone billionaire who will stop at nothing to become mayor."Tomorrow" is still the signature song, but the "Annie," produced by a team that includes rapper Jay-Z and actor Will Smith, is all about today.Quvenzhane Wallis, 11, who two

Children's cartoons 'deadlier' than films for adults

London  Children s cartoons depict death more often than films for adults, and their main characters are more than twice as likely to be killed off, according to research released on Tuesday.The study found the main characters in children s cartoons were two and a half times as likely to die as protagonists in films for adults, and were almost three times as likely to be murdered -- often in violent ways.Important characters overall die in two-thirds of cartoons aimed at

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