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Arts & Ent. Features | August 26, 2016 Butler Eagle Online
Johnson tops Forbes list of highest-paid actors
NEW YORK — Dwayne Johnson elbowed Robert Downey Jr. aside to become the highest-paid actor with a fast and furious income of $64.5 million, according to Forbes magazine.

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Arts & Ent. Features | August 26, 2016
Phelps, gymnasts to present awards at MTV VMAs
NEW YORK — Recent Olympic gold medalists Michael Phelps and the Final Five are heading to the MTV Video Music Awards.

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Arts & Ent. Features | August 25, 2016 Butler Eagle Online
'MASTERCHEF'
Barnhouse advances
SLIPPERY ROCK — A mystery box full of unfamiliar ingredients and a skills challenge that focused on one of his least favorite foods wasn’t enough to keep Nathan Barnhouse from advancing yet again on the televised cooking competition “MasterChef.”

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Arts & Ent. Features | August 23, 2016
‘GMA’s’ Robach sorry for ‘colored people’ reference
NEW YORK — “Good Morning America” co-anchor Amy Robach has apologized for saying “colored people” on Monday’s broadcast of the ABC program.

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Arts & Ent. Features | August 22, 2016
‘Ben-Hur’ crashes, ‘Squad’ stays on top
NEW YORK — A big-budget remake of “Ben-Hur” was trampled under a herd of holdovers and new releases at the box office, the latest casualty in a bruising summer for Hollywood.

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Arts & Ent. Features | August 20, 2016 Butler Eagle Online
Toby Keith On everything from politics to Swift-ian economics
Last month, 23 years after Toby Keith landed his first hit, “Should’ve Been a Cowboy,” one of the biggest country songs of the 1990s, he released its unofficial sequel, “A Few More Cowboys.”

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