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For nearly 2 1/2 hours at Time Warner Cable Arena, Justin Timberlake made a most convincing argument for concert of the year, delivering 28 songs over two sets that teased, surprised and showstopped.

Archie Andrews will die taking a bullet for his gay best friend.

The monkey business is a good business to be in at the box office.

Jack Bauer's very busy day comes to an end, thus ending the series.

When he learned from his dad about a neighbor's child who despite mental handicaps displayed savant behavior, University of Alabama graduate Winston Groom already was a successful journalist and novelist, but he didn't envision such a story ever becoming a pop-culture phenomenon.


  • Looking for culinary adventure? We pulled together a sampling of international cuisines around town. Get packing.

Paul Haggis’ drama “Third Person” is, like his Oscar-winning “Crash,” a series of interlocking stories. Grade: C+

Toppman: As wars against terrorists drag on from the Dead Sea to Afghanistan, the combat seems literally endless.

“Earth to Echo” is an engagingly unassuming “E.T.” knockoff. Grade: C+

“Snowpiercer” might have been just another generic action movie. It’s something more off-kilter and more disturbingly satisfying. Grade: B+

At ilios noche at Quail Corners, you’ll find vibrant Mediterranean dishes well beyond what that moniker usually connotes around Charlotte.

Two summers ago, Megan Jean and Byrne Klay experienced a turning point in their career as performing musicians.

Through Aug. 31, the Capital Grille's "Generous Pour" means you can get pours of any of seven "wo...

On Dining

News and notes from the local restaurant scene:

Ancient Cities released its self-titled album earlier this week and celebrate the release tonight...

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