Experts examine bones as Spain hunts for Cervantes’ remains

A team of archaeologists and anthropologists take notes after starting the excavation work after identifying three unrecorded and unidentified graves in the chapels crypt of the closed order Convent of the Barefoot Trinitarians in Madrid's historic Barrio de las Letras, or Literary Quarter, Spain, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015. Experts searching for the remains of Miguel de Cervantes hope they may be entering the final phase of their nine-month quest to solve the mystery of where the great Spanish writer was laid to rest. The 'Don Quixote' author was buried in 1616 at the Convent but the exact whereabouts of his grave in the tiny convent chapel are unknown. The bones found will be exhumed and analyze, after that, the experts will try to identify the bones using DNA profiling. (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza)

MADRID (AP) — Forensic experts began excavating graves and examining bones Saturday in a tiny chapel in Madrid, hoping to solve the centuries-old mystery of exactly where the great Spanish writer M

First Look: Reynolds charms in drama ‘Mississippi Grind’

Writers and directors Ryan Fleck, left, and Anna Boden, right, pose at the premiere of "Mississippi Grind" during the 2015 Sundance Film Festival on Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015, in Park City, Utah. (Photo by Danny Moloshok/Invision/AP)

PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — Two wildly different strangers with a shared and debilitating love of rainbows and poker take a high stakes gambling road trip from Dubuque, Iowa, to New Orleans in “Mississi

Al Pacino looks to diversify, not retire from acting

FILE - In this Sept. 21, 2014 file photo, Al Pacino arrives for the "Salome and Wild Salome" premiere in central London. Pacino, 74, stars in the film "The Humbling," about an aging actor who loses his craft and his appetite for acting. (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP, File)

NEW YORK (AP) — Al Pacino says he can relate to Simon Axler, the lead character in his film ‘The Humbling’ — about an aging actor who worries he’s lost his craft and his appetite for acting.

Lock of Lincoln’s hair among items auctioned in Dallas

This images provided by Heritage Auctions shows a lock of Abraham Lincolns hair, removed by Surgeon General Joseph K. Barnes shortly after Lincoln was shot, which sold for $25,000 Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015, at a Historical Americana auction in Dallas, Texas. The Donald P. Dow collection of Abraham Lincoln memorabilia that includes a lock of the slain president's hair sold for more than $800,000. (AP Photo/ Heritage Auctions)

DALLAS (AP) — A collection of Abraham Lincoln memorabilia that includes a lock of the slain president’s hair has been sold for more than $800,000 at auction Saturday in Dallas.

Pacific Crest Trail expects more hikers thanks to ‘Wild’

This image released by Fox Searchlight Pictures shows Reese Witherspoon in a scene from the film, "Wild." The movie Wild, which is based on the book by author, Cheryl Strayed, and which received Oscar nominations for best actress for Witherspoon and best supporting actress, for Laura Dern, has also increased interest in the Pacific Crest Trail. (AP Photo/Fox Searchlight Pictures, Anne Marie Fox)

More hikers are expected on the Pacific Crest Trail this year thanks to the movie “Wild,” according to the Pacific Crest Trail Association, which preserves and promotes the trail.

‘Deadheads’ ask to camp out during band’s Chicago concerts

FILE - In this May 9, 2009 file photo, The Dead, formerly the Grateful Dead, perform at the Forum in the Inglewood section of Los Angeles, Calif. Grateful Dead fans want Chicagos Soldier Field to allow a campout-style atmosphere during a weekend of concerts in July 2015 billed as the bands very last, but city officials say they wont be making that decision any time soon. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File)

CHICAGO (AP) — Fans of the Grateful Dead want a campout style atmosphere during three 50th anniversary concerts in July at Chicago’s Soldier Field, but whether the venue will allow it is another qu

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