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AP Exclusive: Letter that inspired Kerouac's 'On The Road,' sparked Beat Generation to be sold

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - It's been called the letter that launched a literary genre 16,000 amphetamine-fueled, stream-of-consciousness words written by Neal Cassady to his friend Jack Kerouac in 1950....

posted: November 23,2014





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TV Blog Buzz: Deadly mid-season finale of 'Walking Dead'; 'Parks and Rec' goodbye

TORONTO - "The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman is revealing a few details about the zombie drama's upcoming mid-season finale and the next looming battle....


Rare jade collection to be auctioned at A.H. Wilkens in Toronto

TORONTO - A rare collection of ancient Chinese jade pieces, some dating back 6,000 years, will be up for grabs in Toronto on Tuesday and are expected to "well exceed" their collective pre-sale estimate of $500,000, says A.H. Wilkens...


Chinese-French 'Blind Massage,' actor Chen Jianbin win big at Taiwan's Golden Horse awards

TAIPEI, Taiwan - A Chinese-French film about blind masseurs and Chinese actor and director Chen Jianbin scooped the most accolades at Taiwan's 51st Golden Horse movie awards, considered the Chinese-language equivalent of the Oscars....


Why now? Assault victim advocates point to shifting cultural attitudes in Cosby allegations

Tamra Wade struggled mightily over whether to go to the police more than a decade ago, when, she says, a trusted professor forced himself on her in an empty classroom. Ultimately she couldn't bring herself to do it....


Watercolor believed painted by Adolf Hitler a century ago sold at German auction for $162,000

BERLIN - A watercolour of Munich's old city hall believed to have been painted by Adolf Hitler a century ago was sold for 130,000 euros ($162,000) at an auction in Germany on Saturday....


German collector's cousin lays claim to inheritance as Swiss museum decides on vast art trove

BERLIN - A cousin of the late German collector Cornelius Gurlitt is laying claim to his priceless art trove, raising the possibility of a legal battle as a Swiss museum that Gurlitt named as his heir prepares to announce whether it will...








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