Eric Church cancels 25K tickets bought by scalpers

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Country star Eric Church has been battling ticket scalpers for years as his popularity grew and he began selling out arenas. But he's taken his biggest step yet by cancelling more than 25,000 tickets to his spring tour that were purchased by scalpers and putting them back on sale for fans to purchase.

The "Springsteen" singer told The Associated Press he's going to do everything he can do to stop what he calls a criminal organization that's making millions.

'Lego Batman' stays No. 1, conquers 'The Great Wall'

NEW YORK — "The Lego Batman Movie" commanded the Presidents Day weekend box office, staying No. 1 for the second straight week, while the China-focused "The Great Wall" failed to show much muscle in North America.

CoverGirl male model apologizes for Ebola comment

NEW YORK -- The first male spokesperson for CoverGirl cosmetics is apologizing for saying he was scared to be traveling to Africa because he was afraid he'd get the Ebola virus.

Seventeen-year-old James Charles tweeted on the eve of a school trip to South Africa: "I can't believe we're going to Africa today omg what if we get Ebola?"

Digital artist featured in Capital One exhibit

An art exhibit highlighting the work of digital artist Parris D. Duhon will be on view through the end of March in the lobby of Capital One Downtown.

Some of his pieces, such as “Mardi Gras Cinderella” are in grayscale while others, like “Plastic Yield,” incorporate vivid pops of color.

Library exhibit highlights black pioneers of aviation

JENNINGS — The Carnegie Public Library, 303 N. Cary Ave., will host an exhibit on African-American pioneers of aviation.

Photos, books and other personal memorabilia of Arthur W. Freeman, one of the Tuskegee Airmen, and his aunt, Bessie Coleman, the first African-American woman to earn a pilot’s license, will be on display 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday at the library.