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CAMDEN, Tenn. — Upon first glance, the scene at the Birdsong Drive-In theater last Saturday night would fit perfectly in the 1970s.

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LOS ANGELES -- Subtitle this: "Parasite" is the first non-English language film to win best picture in the 92-year history of the Academy Awards.

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NEW YORK -- In the real world, political primaries are looming, impeachment is ongoing and heavy news never seems to stop. But during commercial breaks in the Super Bowl, advertisers did their best to serve up an antidote heavily spiked with fun.

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LOS ANGELES -- The edgy, avant-pop album that siblings Billie Eilish and Finneas created in a small bedroom made a big splash at the 2020 Grammy Awards, winning 11 honors for the musical family.

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There's a new signal pumping out over the e-waves of McCracken County.

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It can be hard to gauge the cultural taste of a place. One would have to look at the movie stubs of a community, the book store inventory of a town and the Nielsen numbers for the radio listeners to get as good of a read as you can by looking at what's flying off the shelves of the local library.

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BETHLEHEM, West Bank -- The mysterious street artist known as Banksy has displayed a politically charged Nativity scene in Bethlehem, the town revered as Jesus' birthplace, just in time for the busy Christmas season.

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The newest residence of Paducah's Artist In Residence (A.I.R.) Studio is examining the cyclical nature of time alongside the relationship between humanity and the Earth.

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Taylor Swift has moonwalked past Michael Jackson's record at the 2019 American Music Awards, taking home six honors including artist of the year and artist of the decade.

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With a little less than half a year to go until the 11th Lower Town Arts & Music Festival, the organizers are excited to put on their traditional Halfway to Lower Town concert at Dry Ground Brewing Company next Wednesday.

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The yuletide season is coming to the Yeiser Art Center a little early this year with the Bizarre Holiday Art Bazaar & Bake Sale this Saturday.

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Paducah's B&B Book Club has been taking their meetings to the next level lately, holding conversations with Kentucky authors about their works.

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The cast of Market House Theatre's production of Roald Dahl's "James and the Giant Peach" rehearses on Monday at the playhouse. Debuting tonight at 7 p.m. downtown, the play will run through Sunday afternoon. For showtimes, tickets and more information, visit www.markethousetheatre.org.

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The Yeiser Art Center's annual Art Through The Lens photography exhibition returned this past weekend, bringing entries from around the region and world to the downtown gallery.

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In preparation for an upcoming full-length project, Hickory singer/songwriter Seth Crane released a new single, "Fly Away," earlier in September.

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LOS ANGELES -- "Game of Thrones" resurrected the Iron Throne at Sunday's Emmy ceremony, ruling as top drama on a night of surprises in which "Pose" star Billy Porter made history and the comedy series "Fleabag" led a British invasion that overturned expectations.

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Though it's still warm outside, Market House Theatre is hoping to give their audience chills with "Something Dark," a ghost story for the stage from veteran Los Angeles playwright Paul Elliott.

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West Kentucky Community and Technical College announced Tuesday that "Nothing Like an Ocean" -- a short story collection by Kentucky author Jim Tomlinson -- would be the school's One Book Read for 2019-2020.

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With the recent release of their self-titled first album just weeks behind them, DayWaster -- Paducah's most friendly hardcore punk band -- is ready to make some more noise.

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With the beginning of the fall semester at West Kentucky Community and Technical College also comes the start of a new season at the Clemens Fine Arts Center.

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With just three weeks left before the 30th annual Kenlake Hot August Blues Festival, organizer Lew Jetton is getting antsy.

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LOS ANGELES -- The Western-inspired revenge tale "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" swept the female-focused and led Screen Actors Guild Awards Sunday with wins for best ensemble, best actress for Frances McDormand and best supporting actor for Sam Rockwell.

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NEW YORK -- Hollywood effectively took the weekend off, resulting in one of the most dismal box-office results in 16 years.

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LOS ANGELES — Jerry Lewis, the manic, rubber-faced showman who jumped and hollered to fame in a lucrative partnership with Dean Martin, settled down to become a self-conscious screen auteur and found an even greater following as the tireless, teary host of the annual muscular dystrophy telet…

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Dear Annie: What’s the correct etiquette for giving gifts for “reverse order” weddings? I have seen several times where a couple will first have a small civil ceremony to get married without the immediate expense of a formal wedding. Then, about a year later, they will have a formal wedding …

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CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Jessica Simpson, 40; Adrian Grenier, 44; Sofia Vergara, 48; Arlo Guthrie, 73.

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Dear Annie: My husband is in his late 50s and works in road construction. Every time that he is assigned to a job that lasts at least six to eight weeks, he always seems to start trying to pick up a female co-worker, usually in the age range of 25 to 35. He will buy them cigarettes and lunch…

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Dear Annie: The COVID-19 pandemic broke my relationship. I was with my guy for 14 years, and we live in different towns. When all this stuff started, we both agreed that we couldn’t see each other because his elderly mother lives with him. That was all fine. But then I asked him to please st…

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Dear Annie: For 25 years, a very close couple would get together with us for a nice meal. We did lots of things including trips and outings. Eighteen months ago, my friend suddenly died. Her husband is now dating a very lovely woman (I hear), and we are glad he is happy.

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Dear Annie: I am about to retire. I don’t want to sit around watching TV after retirement, so I’d like to adopt a retired greyhound to keep me company.

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Dear Annie: I am really tired of all this negative news about “broken” families. I raised my two children, and we were not “broken.” It is time for single parents (mostly mothers) to band together. I could have made three times as much as I did had I taken those jobs that took me away from m…

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Dear Annie: My husband has a long history of being unfaithful to me. He says that it isn’t cheating because he can’t help himself. I’ve forgiven him five times.

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Dear Annie: Your column is part of my morning ritual. I have three grandchildren, and they’re all approaching the age where they’ll be learning how to drive. Our adult children are now 48, 44 and 41. Some years ago, when they were learning how to drive, I came across John Violette’s “Contrac…

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Dear Annie: With this pandemic and people out of work, this might be a good way to get a few people back to work AND to save a ton of money. Both small and large businesses need to purge their mailing lists. I get mail from places I may have sent for a catalog years ago but haven’t done busi…

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Dear Annie: I was reading “Don’t Call Me ‘Dear’ ” and wanted to give you my two cents’ worth. I am a woman, 72 years old. If someone calls you “dear,” “sweetie,” “sweetheart” or something like this, you should take it as a compliment. This applies whether the person doing the calling is a wo…

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Dear Annie: I’m heartbroken over an event that took place 52 years ago.

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Dear Annie: I know a 60-year-old woman who wears high-heeled shoes and no pantyhose with miniskirts — without even a slip underneath. When she wears light-colored miniskirts, they’re somewhat see-through in the daylight. She wears bikini-style underwear, and through the skirt, there are visi…

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Dear Annie: I am shattered and torn apart. My son, who served eight and half years in prison for drugs, was released last Thanksgiving. Within four days of release, “Ray” had a job as a cook, had joined a gym and was working out every day. His life was all positive.

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Dear Annie: Two and a half years ago, while my business was doing well, my marriage of 30-plus years wasn’t.

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Dear Annie: My parents and my in-laws have a habit of cleaning out their houses by bringing their unwanted things to my house. When we first moved in together, my husband and I thought they were trying to help by giving us things so we wouldn’t need to buy them, but it’s been over a decade, …

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Dear Annie: I so enjoy your column, and, as usual, you are on target in your advice concerning the woman who was hurt by not being notified about her cousin’s death.

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Dear Annie: It’s horrible to be judged. Here is my story: I am fortunate to have a nice car. This vehicle is my first new vehicle after 15 years of saving. From my additional savings, I am able to provide to others and deliver the items they need. I also have friends who do not have transpor…

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Dear Annie: I was given up for adoption at four months old and was adopted by my maternal grandparents. I was raised as an only child, even though I knew who my siblings were and saw them regularly. My biological mother sowed seeds of hatred and division between my siblings and myself at eve…

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Dear Annie: Recently, you printed a letter from a woman whose boyfriend excessively belched. Well, now I am here to complain about my wife’s sneezes.

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Dear Annie: I’ve been applying for jobs but having no luck. I did interview at two places this month. It did not work out at either. I’m wondering about one part of the interview. When they ask if I have any questions for them, what am I supposed to say? I really need work and, honestly, don…

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Dear Annie: My mother and I usually have a very good relationship, but for the few months leading up to quarantine, and during quarantine, we have been getting on each other’s nerves. Whenever one of us does something, the other criticizes it. Sometimes I have no idea what to say, and I can’…

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Dear Annie: Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, my husband doesn’t cough or sneeze into his arm. He sometimes coughs into his hand. No matter how hard I try to instill in him how he could be affecting everyone in the household, he argues that it’s bull.

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Dear Annie: Caring for my 91-year-old mother is taking a toll on me. For the past five years, I have made sure my elderly parents were doing well. My father battled bladder cancer for over 25 years, but in the end, cancer won out big time. I quit my teaching job to help support my mother wit…

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Dear Annie: My siblings and I were never close. In fact, my brother and I could have been considered “mortal enemies” as we grew up. Since our mother passed nine years ago, there has been little to no contact.