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CBSNews: Entertainment

"It's a one-in-a-lifetime time thing": Paul Simon ends farewell tour

The setlist at recent stops has ranged from his first 1960s hit with ex-partner Art Garfunkel​, "The Sound of Silence," to selections from a disc released weeks ago

Alejandro Escovedo on what brought him back from the "depths of darkness"

His new album, called "The Crossing," is an apt title for a man whose life has had many crossings of its own

Scenes from Riot Fest

The three-day Chicago music festival featured such acts as Elvis Costello and Pussy Riot

Inside the award-winning stop-motion studio behind "Robot Chicken"

Stoopid Buddy Studios has 40 miniature sound stages, a workshop that handcrafts puppets and a department that creates tiny costumes

Review: Michael Moore takes fire hose to democracy's enemies in "Fahrenheit 11/9"

The filmmaker's latest documentary looks at how activism and raised voices can overcome threats to democratic ideals, from the Trump White House to Democratic Party elites

Alejandro Escovedo describes his journey back from the "depths of darkness"

Alejandro Escovedo is a musician who truly crosses boundaries. From leading a punk band that opened for the Sex Pistols to his latest album which he recorded with an Italian band in Rome, his career

Saturday Sessions: Alejandro Escovedo performs “Something Blue”

From the leader of a punk band that opened for the Sex Pistols to his latest album – recorded with an Italian band in Rome – Alejandro Escovedo's career defies easy definition. The artist was inspired

Saturday Sessions: Alejandro Escovedo performs “Sonica USA”

From the leader of a punk band that opened for the Sex Pistols to his latest album – recorded with an Italian band in Rome – Alejandro Escovedo's career defies easy definition. The artist was inspired

The Dish: Chef David Burke

World-renowned chef David Burke got a top-notch education at the Culinary Institute of America and a prestigious pastry academy in Paris. He made his reputation by just 26 after becoming executive

Saturday Sessions: Alejandro Escovedo performs “Outlaw For You”

From the leader of a punk band that opened for the Sex Pistols to his latest album – recorded with an Italian band in Rome – Alejandro Escovedo's career defies easy definition. The artist was inspired

Journalist captured by pirates on what got him through 977 days in captivity

Back in 2011, journalist and author Michael Scott Moore agreed to write a book about the pirates who'd been plaguing the coast of East Africa. He hoped to get close to his subject but not as close as

Private memorial service held for Burt Reynolds

A family spokeswoman says Reynolds' ex-wife Loni Anderson and their son Quinton Anderson Reynolds were among the speakers

Chris Evans to star in Apple crime drama "Defending Jacob"

The story focuses on a father who is dealing with the accusation that his 14-year-old son is a murderer

Unreleased Chris Cornell songs to drop in November

The first track from both projects is titled "When Bad Does Good"

Shemar Moore loves "S.W.A.T." so much it inspired one of his tattoos

Moore portrays the leader of a specialized tactical unit in Los Angeles in the CBS series

Preview: Candice Bergen says she gets "all weepy" before every episode of "Murphy Brown"

Cast members and show creator Diane English talk about the timeliness of rebooting the series 20 years later

Google Doodle celebrates "Mister Rogers"

Stop-motion animated Google Doodle video recreates the opening to the show, with Rogers' voice singing his iconic song, "Won't You Be My Neighbor?"

"S.W.A.T." star Shemar Moore talks Season 2, family and tattoos

"S.W.A.T." star Shemar Moore plays Sgt. Daniel "Hondo" Harrelson, the leader of a specialized tactical unit in Los Angeles. Moore joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the Season 2 premiere of the hit