Frank Oceana s redemptive set at FYF Fest 2017 brought Brad Pitt along for the ride
Frank Ocean performs during FYF Fest at Exposition Park in Los Angeles on Saturday, July 22, 2017. Two years after the quirky soul and R&B singer dropped out of FYF Fest just days before he was set to headline, Ocean returned to the eclectic Los Angeles fest on Saturday, July 22, and delivered a set that was both subtle and stunning in its artistry.
Veterans' Voices: Alton and Eugene Leuschner
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New Easton business offers more than books and puppets
It isn't easy for a bookstore to stay afloat in the age of the iPad, especially an independent store. But Andrew Laties has succeeded before.
Faces of Greenwich: Mehki Williams lived in New York City and...
M: I have basketball tournaments on weekends and summer school during the week, and I'm probably going to Nantucket in August. M: First I lived in the Bronx and like, Manhattan, and then I was in Vermont, Burlington.
'Tim and Eric Awesome Tour': They're not afraid to go beyond funny
I don't think it's a spoiler to tell you that Tim Heidecker - the Tim half of alt-comedy duo "Tim and Eric" - ends the "Tim and Eric 10th Anniversary Awesome Tour" parading across the stage wearing only black dress socks and padded flesh-toned underwear. In fact, there's not much in this madcap two-hour-and-20-minute variety show that, if revealed, could be considered a spoiler.
Intercepts: Sessions discussed campaign matters with Russian
Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee on June 13, 2017 in Washington, D.C. The nation's chief law enforcement officer was expected to face sharp questioning on his prior contacts with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak and his involvement in the firing of FBI director James Comey.
Long-distance motorcycle trips seek to empower women
In this July 2016 photo provided by Alisa Clickenger, Clickenger leads a group of women riders over the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco at the end of a cross-country trip to honor two sisters from Brooklyn, N.Y., who made a similar ride in 1916. Clickenger operates Women's Motorcycle Tours, which conducts motorcycle rides that cater exclusively to women, and estimates she's traveled more than 250,000 miles on motorcycles.