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Tom Brady scares fans with cliff jump

- The Washington Times

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady sent fans on the internet into a panic when he posted a cliff jumping video from his family vacation to Costa Rica to his Facebook page on Saturday.

This image released by Amplify Releasing shows Rinko Kikuchi in a scene from "Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter." (AP Photo)

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter’

“Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter” is a sad and lonely movie about a sad and lonely woman who embarks on an impossible quest for something that cannot possibly be real.

Actor Scott Glenn, who plays former U.S. defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld in "W.", poses for a portrait at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2008. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Scott Glenn takes a walk on the dark side in ‘The Barber’

- The Washington Times

Scott Glenn has made a career out of facing the darkness. Perhaps it is little wonder, then, that the 74-year-old veteran of nearly 100 TV and movie roles over a 50-year career accepted the lead role of Eugene in “The Barber,” a suspense-thriller that opens Friday in the District.

"Do You Believe?" is a movie described as "Crash" for Christians. The film offers a cast of big stars and bigger expectations.

Lee Majors, Cybill Shepherd, Brian Bosworth discuss ‘Do You Believe’ faith film

Billed as “Crash” for the Christian crowd, the faith-based film “Do You Believe?” from Pure Flix Entertainment — the company behind last year’s megasuccess “God’s Not Dead,” which cost just $2 million to make but grossed $62 million — offers a cast of big stars and bigger expectations.

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- Associated Press

Greg Latta, a musician of all trades who sings, writes songs and plays multiple instruments, is a recipient of a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award.

Mississippi marks year of 3 women artists

- Associated Press

Three major artists in the literary and visual arts - author and photographer Eudora Welty, poet, novelist and scholar Margaret Walker and artist Marie Hull - are in the spotlight this year, with major events and exhibitions to propel fresh perspectives and new eyes on their works and legacies.

First Lady Michelle Obama speaks during a taping of the Black Girls Rock award ceremony at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Saturday, March 28, 2015, in Newark. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

Michelle Obama declares 'Black Girls Rock!'

- Associated Press

Michelle Obama celebrated the beauty, power and tenacity of black women while spreading her own message of education for girls at Black Girls Rock!, an annual event honoring trailblazing women of color from all walks of life.

New RISD president hopes to educate the world about art

- Associated Press

The prestigious Rhode Island School of Design didn't have a furniture department when Rosanne Somerson arrived in 1972 as an undergraduate from Philadelphia. But that wouldn't stop her from becoming renowned for her intricately designed tables and chairs over the last four decades.

Rihanna, Madonna, Taylor Swift set for iHeartRadio Awards

- Associated Press

Rihanna will perform her new single for the first time, Sam Smith will deliver his soulful vocals, and Taylor Swift will be in the audience dancing along in her typical awards show form.

Harwood woman creates fun-filled flash mob dance scenes

- Associated Press

Court side in the Comcast Center in College Park, the scene looked like hundreds of other University of Maryland home basketball games. The evening of Feb. 16, 2013, the opposing team was Duke.