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George R.R. Martin Won't Write For Season Six Of 'Game Of Thrones'

George R. R. Martin will not be writing for season six of "Game of Thrones." Martin broke the news on his blog on Friday, where he explained his decision. "Writing a script takes me three weeks, minimum, and longer when it is not a straight adaptation from the novels." He said he would be focusing on writing the sixth novel in the series, "The Winds of Winter."

Bruce Springsteen Releases New Year's Eve 1980 Nassau Coliseum Concert

Bruce Springsteen has released his New Year's Eve show he played in 1980 at the Nassau Coliseum Concert. The release is the fourth offering, which is part of his campaign to reissue classic concerts from his archives. This particular release, which is known to bootleg collectors as Nassau Night, features the Boss performing 38 songs and was the final show in a three-night stand.

Angelina Jolie Reveals Ovary And Fallopian Tube Removal

Angelina Jolie reportedly elected to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed in a preventative procedure against ovarian cancer. The actress previously had her breasts removed after learning that she carries the BRCA1 gene, which puts her at high risk for breast and ovarian cancers. She broke the news in a New York Times op ed piece, saying she was contacted by doctors following blood work.

Brian Williams Makes First Public Appearance Since NBC Scandal

Disgraced NBC "Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams made an appearance at his alma mater Mater Dei Prep, where he donated $50,000 during a Save the Seraphs Gala on Saturday Night. The Asbury Park Press reports that Williams helped the school from closing its doors. "This is Mater Dei. It's been a very, very important part of my life," Williams told The Two River Times.