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Turner Prize 2018 rewards art activists tackling crime, rights and race
Forensic Architecture uncovers and exhibits facts about crimes and rights abuses.
Kate Bush creates Emily Bronte moors memorial
The musician's words about the Wuthering Heights author will be carved in stone.
Olly Alexander: 'The landscape has changed for queer artists'
Olly Alexander says pop stars no longer have to worry about discussing their sexuality.
Meghan Markle's Suits exit airs on TV in the US
The fiancée of Prince Harry makes her final appearance as Rachel Zane in the US legal drama.
Kim Kardashian hits back at Kanye West 'mental health' claims
Kim Kardashian says Kanye West is "being himself" and denies claims he's suffering from mental health issues.
Avengers: Infinity War earns five-star reviews
Reviews for Marvel's superhero get-together applaud its ambition, though not every critic is a fan.
Simpsons actor 'willing to step aside' from Apu role
The actor told Stephen Colbert it felt "the right thing do" amid racial stereotyping claims.
BuzzFeed partners with Netflix for documentary series
The series, which launches in July, will go behind-the-scenes as journalists pursue stories.
Sierra Boggess pulls out of BBC West Side Story Prom over 'whitewashing'
Sierra Boggess withdraws from a West Side Story performance after complaints about "whitewashing".
Strictly Ballroom: Not many 10s for West End musical
The West End stage version of Baz Luhrmann's 1992 film struggles to impress critics.