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Luke Bryan Loves Collaborating With Other Artists

Luke Bryan explains why he enjoys collaborating with other artists, including his recent performance with Jason Derulo.

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Justin Moore's Daughters Are Adorable on the First Day of School

Justin Moore is just like any other proud parent in August, which means he’s sharing adorable first-day-of-school photos of his kids on Instagram.

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Chris Stapleton, Alan Jackson + More Added to 2017 ACM Honors

Chris Stapleton and Alan Jackson are among the big names who have been added to the 2017 ACM Honors.

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Florida Georgia Line Talk Drink Whiskey, Talk Babies on 'Seth Meyers' [Watch]

Whiskey, touring and babies were all on the table when Florida Georgia Line paid a visit to Late Night With Seth Meyers on Monday (Aug. 15).

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Kacey Musgraves Weighs in on Debate Over Confederate Statues

Kacey Musgraves had made her opinion known in the debate over the removal of Confederate statues.

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Kacey Musgraves Jumps Into Confederate Statues Debate on Twitter

Kacey Musgraves has weighed in on the debate over Confederate statues and monuments, engaging in active discourse on Twitter.

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Top 5 LoCash Songs

The Boot counts down five of the best songs by LoCash.

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Brett Young Announces Dates for First Headlining Tour

Brett Young has announced the cities and dates for his first-ever headlining tour.

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Prize-winning Polish-US playwright Janusz Glowacki dies

Renowned Polish-U.S. playwright and screenwriter Janusz Glowacki, who won top prizes for his bitter, ironic analysis of the difficult lives of immigrants, died Saturday at 78.

His wife, actress Olena Leonenko-Glowacka, announced his death but its cause was not immediately revealed.

Popular in New York and Polish artistic and intellectual circles, Glowacki was the author of award-winning plays "Antigone in New York" and "The Fourth Sister," which set classic themes in the contemporary world. A keen observer of reality, Glowacki's works are permeated with sarcasm but also with sympathy for the often-futile struggles of his characters.

Born in 1938 in Poznan, western Poland, he made a name for himself in the 1960s with short stories and screenplays, including for the movie "Hunting Flies" by Poland's leading filmmaker Andrzej Wajda. His dark and absurd humor was also helpful in protecting his works from censors, like the 1970 movie "The Cruise" that in a convoluted way showed the absurdities of life under communism in Poland.

He settled in New York in the early 1980s, choosing not to return to Poland after its communist authorities imposed martial law. He was in London for the opening of his play "Cinders" when the clampdown was announced.

Glowacki did return to Warsaw after the 1989 ouster of communist rule.

In 1987, his drama "Hunting Cockroaches" won the Hollywood Drama League Critics Award. "Antigone in New York" was awarded the Le Balladine Award in Paris for the best play of 1997, and "The Fourth Sister" won the main Grand Prize at the International Theatre Festival in Dubrovnik in 2001.

Funeral arrangements are still pending.

Glowacki is also survived by his daughter, Zuzanna Glowacka, and his ex-wife, Ewa Zadrzynska.

The Latest: Kennedy Center awards to go on without Trump

The Latest on President Donald Trump's decision not to participate in the Kennedy Center arts awards (all times local):

9:45 a.m.

The Kennedy Center arts awards program will go on.

Kennedy Center Chairman David M. Rubenstein and President Deborah Rutter say in a statement that they respect President Donald Trump's decision to cancel a traditional White House reception for the five honorees. The White House reception had been scheduled for Dec. 3.

Rubenstein and Rutter say a State Department reception and awards dinner on Dec. 2 and the Honors Gala on Dec. 3 will continue as planned.

They say the five honorees — Carmen de Lavallade, Gloria Estefan, LL COOL J, Norman Lear and Lionel Richie — are expected to attend both events. Several of the honorees had said they would not attend a White House reception presided over by Trump.


8 a.m.

The White House has announced that President Donald Trump and the first lady have decided not to participate in events honoring recipients of this year's Kennedy Center arts awards.

The statement says the decision to break with tradition was made to "allow the honorees to celebrate without any political distraction."

Past presidents and first ladies have hosted a reception for honorees at the White House before the Kennedy Center gala and sat with them at the televised event.

The decision comes a day after the entire membership of the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities resigned to protest Trump's comments about last weekend's violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

But Trump has long had a contentious relationship with the arts world and some of the Kennedy Center honorees already had said they would not attend the White House reception in December.

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