Bob Dylan has sold his personal archive of notes, draft lyrics, poems, artwork and photographs to the University of Tulsa, where they will be made available to scholars and curated for public exhibitions, the school said on Wednesday.
“Girls” star Lena Dunham has apologized for accusing Spanish magazine “Tentaciones” of heavily photoshopping a photo of her that it featured on their cover after the publication responded with proof that the photo was real.
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Amir Haddad, simply known as Amir, a French-Israeli dentist turned pop-singer will be representing France in the 2016 Eurovision contest.
Iranian poet Payam Feili hopes to seek asylum in Israel soon. After facing discrimination, harassment and arrest for being openly gay in Iran, Feili was forced to flee the country. He explained to the PEN American Center, a writers group aimed at supporting freedom of expression, how he was taken from his home and held for 44 days without being charged. Feili then lived in Turkey for two years and now seeks asylum in Israel.