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Shia LaBeouf Arrested in Texas for Public Intoxication

Shia LaBeouf was arrested in Austin, Texas on Friday.

Why Vin Diesel Is Serious About Stunts

The actor opened up to ET about an accident on the set of his 2002 film ‘xXx.’
The 'Ally McBeal' star is ready for her big TV return!
Awwww family!
Once again, The Rock wins social media.
It's certainly causing a debate.
Even an Academy Award can't fix a broken heart.
The Love Story co-stars open up about reuniting for the national tour of Broadway's Love Letters.
There's been a lot of talk of a Magnum, P.I. remake, but what does the original Thomas Magnum have to say about it?
And she’s not even the first Kardashian to frame one.

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CBS 2 Vince Gerasole gets a sneak peek at this year's Open House Chicago.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright makes a cameo appearance as herself.

7 Best Books Written By Internet Celebrities

There used to be a day when celebrities were movie stars and rock stars. The World Wide Web changed everything and created a whole new brand of star: the Internet sensation.
The lottery cited a “commitment to the latest technology” along with “increased operating costs, aging drawing equipment, and growth in the number of games” as factors necessitating “a strategy to modernize the way drawings are conducted…”
Season seven of "The Good Wife" brings about a new path in life for Alicia.

Tony Awards Show Sets Dates, But Still No Home

The Tony Awards will be held June 5 next year, but where the ceremony will be held is still up in the air.

7 Farm To Table Books For Everyday Chefs

The only thing better than eating food is reading about food.
The Amazon comedy-drama is based on the family experiences of Lane Tech alum Jill Soloway.
In a “Survivor” first, viewers had the opportunity to choose the 20 castaways who will compete on this season of the reality competition, titled “Survivor: Second Chance.”
“Chi-Town Rising” is considered the first-of-its-kind event for the Second City. Instead of New York’s giant glitter ball in Times Square, a star will rise at midnight along the west tower of the Hyatt Regency Chicago, organizers said.