Lawyers say they are trying to resolve Shia LaBeouf's disorderly conduct case stemming from an incident at a Broadway show last month.

A Milwaukee man who pleaded guilty in the theft of a $5 million Stradivarius violin is due to be sentenced, and his co-defendant is expected to change his not-guilty plea.

French luxury powerhouse Hermes has named Nadege Vanhee-Cybulski as their new womenswear designer.

Comic-Con is all about bringing fans close to the artists and properties they love — after navigating crowds and waiting in line.

Famed photographer Peter Beard has been sued by his model muse who says he owed her 34 signed photographs for two photo shoots.

A former British tabloid reporter was given a 10-month suspended prison sentence Thursday for his role in the long-running phone hacking scandal that shook Rupert Murdoch's media empire.

More art works have been found at the Munich apartment of the late collector Cornelius Gurlitt, including a sculpture apparently by Edgar Degas and another that could be by Auguste Rodin, the task force investigating the pieces' origin said Thursday.

This year's Venice Film Festival will tackle topics from the financial crisis to drone warfare, and feature performances from Willem Dafoe, Al Pacino, Jennifer Aniston and Ethan Hawke.

Organizers say Moogfest will return to Asheville in 2016, becoming an event that occurs every two years.

Organizers of an annual festival of laughter in western Michigan say the event will return for its fifth year in March.

Willie Nelson and the annual Farm Aid concert and food festival are coming to North Carolina.

A special project aims to foster the art of street performance in downtown Indianapolis.

The Detroit Institute of Arts is going to start putting up reproductions of paintings at outdoor sites throughout the area.

Meg Ryan sightings are increasing around central Virginia as the actress prepares to make her debut as a director.

Appalachian music master Ralph Stanley is being honored by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

The Texas Book Festival has revealed some of the authors that will headline the event this fall.

The Grand Rapids Community Legends project has added a sixth statue to a series that will grow to include former first lady Betty Ford four years from now.

David Bowie's duet with Bing Crosby on the entertainer's 1977 Christmas television special left an indelible impression on Crosby's teenage children.

Fact met fiction Wednesday in one of those Hollywood ways: The real-life president of the United States complains about "phony scandals" in the presence of the producer and the star of a hit TV drama about indignity and dishonor among Washington's political elite.

The Loch Ness Monster, tartan-clad bagpipers and giant pieces of shortbread took the place of footballers on the Celtic Park pitch as the Commonwealth Games began with a celebration of Scottish mythology and exports on Wednesday.

Actor Eric Stonestreet predicts that one day, it's not going to take an act of courage for an openly gay person to play in the NFL.

The hit Broadway musical "Mamma Mia!" is closing early next month after only three months on the Las Vegas Strip.

For a lucky fellowship of fans, Comic-Con is beginning early on a private train car trekking to the pop-culture convention.

When Nas became the first rapper invited to trace his family tree through the PBS series "Finding Your Roots," he welcomed the opportunity.

Hall of Fame football star Jim Brown — running out of time to retrieve his 1964 NFL championship ring — has sued a memorabilia dealer.

Shemar Moore is returning to his daytime roots with a two-day guest appearance on "The Young and the Restless."

Defense attorneys in the Colorado theater shootings are attacking the reliability of firearms analysis, saying it's subjective and lacks statistics to measure its accuracy.

The public affairs network TVW wanted to use a drone to film the state Capitol in Olympia for a documentary on drones.

The Spider-Man franchise will detour next with a "Sinister Six" spinoff in 2016, pushing "The Amazing Spider-Man 3" to 2018, Sony's Columbia Pictures said Wednesday in announcing an updated schedule.

Stephen Colbert will not only be following in David Letterman's footsteps, he'll be doing it on the same stage.

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