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- Top 10 concerts from Sands Event Center's first year
- BRIEF: Charlotte Alexander to become SLO film festival director
- Culturejam ; There is a strong outdoors feel to Dublin's artistic life, but some of the best culture still goes on behind closed doors, say Rosa Abbott and Daniel Gray
- Gillian Anderson is fired up in 'The Fall', but Whicher is suspiciously dull ; The former 'X-Files' star channels her inner Helen Mirren in a new crime drama set in Belfast
- The perfect children's film: a Western with aliens, Moses and true love ; Few things inspire children more than movies, so what are the favourite childhood films of actors, directors and producers at the Cinemagic festival?
- How to ace a boyband audition: be nice and don't sing Adele ; Louis Walsh is holding boyband auditions in Dublin this weekend. How can hopefuls impress the man who led Westlife, Boyzone and Girls Aloud to fame?
- Sex as a battlefield ; Although his fiction is at times overwhelmed by descriptions of women's bodies, James Salter is capable of a simmering, near- biblical intensity. His new novel does not do justice to his art
- Portland's Arts District to host theater festival from June 26-30 [Sun Journal (Lewiston, ME)]
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News Story of the Day
Updated May 17, 11:56 PM
FAIRFIELD, Conn. - Two commuter trains serving New York City collided in Connecticut during Friday's evening rush hour, sending 60 people to the hospital, including five with critical injuries, Gov. Dannel Malloy said.
About 700 people were on board the Metro-North trains when one heading east from New York City's Grand Central Station to New Haven derailed about 6:10 p.m. just outside Bridgeport, MTA and Bridgeport officials said.
The train was hit by a train heading west from New Haven to Grand Central on an adjacent track, MTA spokesman Aaron Donovan said.
Sports Story of the Day
Updated May 17, 10:15 PM
His son, Matt Venturi, said he died in a hospital in Rancho Mirage, Calif. Venturi had been hospitalized the last two months for a spinal infection, pneumonia, and then an intestinal infection that he could no longer fight.
Venturi died 11 days after he was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame.
"When dad did receive the election into the Hall of Fame, he had a twinkle in his eye, and that twinkle is there every day," Tim Venturi said that night.
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