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The Right Side Forum with Armstrong Williams looks at Valentine’s Day

- The Washington Times

The Right Side Forum, an hour-long conservative live news and talk show hosted by columnist Armstrong Williams, will feature a Valentine’s Day-themed show this week. His guests are Willie Jolley, CEO of Willie Jolley Worldwide and Dee Jolley, COO Willie Jolley Worldwide; plus George Vradenburg, chairman and co-founder, USAgainstAlzheimers, and Trish Vradenburg, vice-chair and co-founder, USAgainstAlzheimers.

Jay Gordon.  (Dave Kapp)

The return of Orgy (the band)

In 1998 Los Angeles-based band Orgy burst on to the scene with their powerful debut album, “Candyass.” After over a decade of rumors, 2016 finally sees Orgy back with a new lineup led by Jay Gordon, a slew of tour dates and a new two-part digital EP. Mr. Gordon discussed the band’s long, strange trip back.

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Associated Press

An injury-time own goal from defender Arnold Bouka Moutou helped Rennes to a 1-0 win over Angers as the Brittany club leapfrogged the promoted side in the French league standings.

Heat throws unexpected wrinkle into Olympic Marathon Trials

- Associated Press

After four years of measuring every workout, every race with stopwatches, the elite runners competing Saturday in the U.S. Olympic Team Marathon Trials might find their fate determined by the thermometer.

FILE - In this Nov. 6, 2007 file photo, the Facebook logo is displayed at a Facebook announcement in New York. Facebook lost a crucial legal battle Friday Feb. 12, 2016 as a Paris court ruled the social network can be sued in France over its decision to remove the account of a French user who posted a photo of a famous 19th-century nude painting. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle, File)

Facebook nude-painting case can face trial in France

- Associated Press

If you post a 19th-century nude painting on Facebook, is it art or impermissible nudity? That question is now cleared for trial in France, after an appeals court there ruled that an aggrieved user can sue the social network over the issue.

At a time when diversity in the arts is making international headlines, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center announced it will not host the CAM 2016 Perennial in March because it includes no Latino artists. The show features work by eight artists:Justin Boyd; Jimmy James Canales; Jennifer Ling Datchuk; Roberto Celis; Kristin Gamez; Raul Gonzalez; Karen Mahaffy and Anne Wallace.  This piece is by Jennifer Ling Datchuk.  (William Luther/The San Antonio Express-News via AP)

Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center notes lack of Latino artists

- Associated Press

At a time when diversity in the arts is making international headlines, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center announced it will not host the CAM 2016 Perennial in March because it includes no Latino artists.

Arkansas ex-judge asks to withdraw guilty plea

- Associated Press

A former circuit judge in central Arkansas asked a federal judge Friday to allow him to withdraw his guilty plea on a federal bribery charge, two weeks before he is scheduled to be sentenced.

FILE - In this Feb. 8, 2015 file photo, Arturo O'Farrill arrives at the 57th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.  O'Farrill is nominated for two Grammys, one for large jazz ensemble album for "Cuba:The Conversation Continues," and best instrumental composition for "The Afro Latin Jazz Suite." (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)

O'Farrill's Grammy-nominated CD expands US-Cuba dialogue

- Associated Press

Arturo O'Farrill's Grammy-nominated "Cuba: The Conversation Continues" just happened to be made in Havana by American and Cuban musicians at a dramatic turning point in relations between the two countries.

FILE - In this Jan. 11, 2016 file photo, executive producers Alex Gibney, left, and Kahane Cooperman participate in "The New Yorker Presents" panel at the The Amazon 2016 Winter TCA in Pasadena, Calif. The New Yorker regularly features a formidable mix of deeply-reported stories and profiles, fiction, slices of life, cultural coverage and cartoons. Makers of "The New Yorker Presents" achieved the small miracle of capturing the magazine's rhythm and pioneering a "60 Minutes"-style newsmagazine with the work done by documentarians instead of news reporters. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)

Amazon debuts series based on New Yorker magazine

- Associated Press

After working 18 years at "The Daily Show," Kahane Cooperman had only a weekend off last summer before starting a job running Amazon's new video version of The New Yorker magazine.