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Grammys to honor Loretta Lynn, Takeoff, McVie

The Grammys will pay homage to lives of Loretta Lynn, Migos rapper Takeoff and Christine McVie with star-studded performances during Sunday's show. The Recording Academy announced Wednesday that the ceremony will honor the three musicians who died last year. Kacey Musgraves will perform “Coal Miner’s Daughter” in tribute to Lynn. Quavo and the Maverick City Music will hit the stage to honor his nephew Takeoff with the song “Without You.” Sheryl Crow, Mick Fleetwood and Bonnie Raitt will collaborate to perform “Songbird” to remember McVie. Read more


Lauded fashion designer Paco Rabanne dies at age 88

Spanish-born fashion designer Paco Rabanne has died at age 88. The company that owns the Rabanne brand on Friday announced the death of the designer known for perfumes and his metallic, space-age fashions. Fashion and beauty company Puig described Rabanne as a “visionary designer” and “among the most seminal fashion figures of the 20th century.” Rabanne’s fashion house shows its collections in Paris and is scheduled to unveil the brand’s latest ready-to-wear designs during the upcoming Feb. 27-March 3 fashion week. Coco Chanel reportedly called Rabanne “the metallurgist of fashion.” He used various kinds of metal in his designs, including the chain-like mail associated with Medieval knights. Read more


Peace River Botanical & Sculpture Gardens presents 'Caribbean Colors' exhibit

Peace River Botanical & Sculpture Gardens knows what it is like to live through the devastation… Read more


'Knock at the Cabin' twists the home invasion horror

It’s a cozy relief to be able to throw open the door and find M. Night Shyamalan standing there with his near-annual helping of high-concept thriller. This quiet, gloomier time of year seems perfectly designed for Shyamalan to burst in with his signature brand of big-screen bonkers and some new twists to the age-old question of “Who’s there?” “Knock at the Cabin" is at once like every previous Shyamalan film and a thrilling departure, writes Associated Press Film Writer Jake Coyle in his review. Gimmicky set-up? Check. Queasy spiritualism? You bet. But as a self-contained, handsomely staged thriller, Shyamalan’s latest finds the filmmaker working in an appealingly straightforward and stripped-down fashion. Read more


'The Dream Builders,' explores the price of progress

Michigan-based writer Oindrila Mukherjee’s debut novel, “The Dream Builders,” creates a kaleidoscop… Read more

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