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Friday, March 1, 2024 | Back issues
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An Oscars comeback? How the film academy went global and found its footing again

There are more than 10,500 members of the academy from more than 75 countries and territories.

Rihanna, Zuckerberg in India for party thrown by Asia’s richest man

Ivanka Trump and Microsoft founder Bill Gates are also expected to attend the three-day celebration.

Unmasking Diddy’s accuser

MANHATTAN — A federal court in New York did not allow an anonymous accuser to remain anonymous if she wants to pursue her claims that rapper Sean Combs, aka P. Diddy, and his record label’s president, Harve Pierre, sexually assaulted her with third man when she was 17. Just as the anonymous victims of Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey were required, she will have to reveal her identity so the defendants may find witnesses to build their defense.

Cyndi Lauper inks deal with firm behind ABBA Voyage for new immersive performance project

Lauper hopes to create “immersive theater piece” that transports audiences to the New York she grew up in.

California, natives and casinos

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A federal court in California found in favor of the Alturas Indian Rancheria tribe, which challenged California’s alleged bad-faith negotiation over a new tribal-state gaming compact. The tribe and the state must now conclude the compact within 60 days.

‘Naked Gun’ reboot set for 2025, with Liam Neeson to star

Neeson will reprise a role made famous by the late Leslie Nielsen.