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ReutersMay 18 (Reuters) - Malmo in Sweden was hosting the grand final of the 58th Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday. Here are some facts about the contest: * The first contest took place in 1956. It was originally conceived in Monaco by Marcel Bezencon...
Tags: Music, Sweden, Human Rights, Politics, Entertainment
Reuters* 26 countries will compete in Saturday's final * Denmark has the best odds, followed by Norway and Ukraine * Sweden revels in pop nostalgia as host By Mia Shanley STOCKHOLM, May 17 (Reuters) - Bare-chested Irish drummers, a Ukrainian giant and a...
Tags: Music, Norway, Ukraine, Finland, Stockholm (Sweden)
With no ABBA reunion in sight, patrons can take a chance on a new museum devoted to the 1970s Swedish pop super-group. Opening Tuesday in Stockholm, the museum will display band memorabilia, including star-shaped guitars, gold records, concert footage...
ReutersContact: TEXT: Belinda Goldsmith + 44 207 542 2299 TV: Terry Moseley + 1 646 223 6667 PICTURES: Sam Mircovich + 1 213 955 6774 TOP 20 ENTERTAINMENT STORIES SCHEDULED FOR MAY May 1 - World Premiere of "The Great Gatsby" (LA, text, TV, pix) - AEG...
Tags: Movies, Music, AEG, American Idol (tv program), Television
Emma Watson seemed poised and looked elegant as she accepted the Trailblazer award at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards Sunday in Culver City. She stood out at an event where, as my colleague Glenn Whipp writes, many of the stars seemed to use the Macklemore song...
All The RageErmanno Scervino, which has designed the uniforms to be worn by Azerbaijan's athletes at the London games, is among the fashion brands and designers helping amp up the style quotient at the 2012 Olympics. Others include Ralph Lauren (U.S.), Giorgio Armani...
Pop2itLoreen, a 28-year-old Swede of Moroccan-Berber descent, won the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest with her dance song "Euphoria," beating out a sextet of dancing Russian grannies to take the title on Sunday (May 27) in Azerbaijan....
LEIPZIG, GERMANY — Some of the stories you find covering events like the World Transport Forum are expected — a rigorous discussion of how best to move goods with a minimum carbon profile — but others are unexpected, like the big...
Last week, on my way home from seeing friends Friday night, hunger pains set in as I drove along Los Feliz Boulevard. It was 2 a.m., rain was softly grating down my windshield and I hadn't had dinner. There was only one solution in sight: Conrad's. It...
World NowStreet protests and clashes. Cyberattacks. Angry words from Iran. This probably wasn’t the kickoff that Azerbaijan had hoped for as it hosts Eurovision, a glitzy singing contest this week that aims to pit the best crooners and chanteuses on the...
World NowOne year ago, a massive earthquake killed 185 people and destroyed much of downtown Christchurch. In the year since the magnitude 6.3 quake, New Zealanders have tried to piece together their lives and rebuild, even as earthquakes continue to rock the...
World NowPortuguese officials tried to stop Carnaval revelers from taking the day off Tuesday, saying it was a time to sacrifice. Many people partied anyway....
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