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‘Halloween Hotness’ will include over 150 special guests, with Lifetime Achievement Award presented to pop icon Diane Franklin… “Halloween Hotness 7: Stronger Together” will take place Saturday, Oct. 16 at Madame Tussauds Hollywood (6933 Hollywood Blvd.). The star-studded charity fundraiser benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital was created by entertainment industry professional and event planner Brian Sikoff to ease
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Charlotte Casiraghi, the 35-year-old granddaughter of Princess Grace of Monaco, is hard to describe. Pauline Delassus of Paris Match magazine calls her “serious, studious, persevering, a competitor, discreet, smart and cultured”—terms not often associated with young royals.  But maybe that’s because Casiraghi has managed to parlay these traits into a multitude of part-time careers and
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Actors Keanu Reeves and Graham Greene, retired Lt.-Gen. Romeo Dallaire and musician Bruce Cockburn are among this year’s inductees to Canada’s Walk of Fame. Singer-songwriter Jully Black, late blues artist Salome Bey, wrestling star Bret (The Hitman) Hart and decathlete Damian Warner were also announced as 2021 inductees on Wednesday. Read more: Damian Warner chosen
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Wonderama wants you to “add some meaning to your Halloween-ing” and is proud to present the “Biggest Halloween Parade in History,” taking place in New York City’s Times Square celebrating Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF on October 30, 2021 starting at 7:00PM EDT. When we say, “big,” we mean it; this parade is 10 stories high! On
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You guys are really unique! Where does that come from? Edem: Living life and being lucky. As artists and musicians, we channel all our conscious and subconscious thoughts, emotions, and acumen into our art. It’s what we do. It’s natural and necessary for us. We serve. Brett: I’m glad to hear you think we’re unique. Life would
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Another day, another Trumpworld memoir. The latest damning dispatch from the Trump Administration comes courtesy of Stephanie Grisham, who served various roles in the White House throughout a four-year period: communications director and press secretary in the West Wing, as well as communications director and chief of staff in Melania Trump’s East Wing. In I’ll
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The Oscar winner tried to grab away the microphone while his writer-director sang his praises: “He is my great friend and comrade.” By Jordan Hoffman October 5, 2021 “Shhh! Shhh!” said film director Mike Mills from the stage at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall. To his right, in a hooded black sweatshirt that read “Support
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India is a country that has experienced something of a restorative and revitalized period in recent years. The region continues to see growth in a variety of ways. In Kiara Chettri, we may have found one of India’s best kept secrets, until now. With an Ariana Grande/Christina Aguilera like vocal range, Kiara Chettri is only
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Ever since his limestone-and-titanium Guggenheim Bilbao revolutionized architecture a quarter century ago, Frank Gehry has imbued concert halls, museums, and towers from New York to Seoul with flickering luminosity and irrepressible kinetic energy. The architect’s fascination with the human capacity to feel, whether through music, art, or other pleasures, is evident in many of his
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Super Yaki, the excellent independent purveyors of whimsical movie-related merchandise, are outdoing themselves this Halloween season. Here at The Mary Sue, we’re big fans of Super Yaki’s fun, tongue-in-cheek, and often incredibly in-joke cinephile products. I own several shirts myself—one that declares “CRIMSON PEAK WAS GOOD,” another that reads “written and directed by Cathy Yan,”
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NOTE: This article contains descriptions that might be offensive for some readers. Please read at your own discretion. Model Emily Ratajkowski has accused American-Canadian singer Robin Thicke of groping her during the filming of music video Blurred Lines. The 2013 hit song, which was incredibly popular at the time, topped numerous lists around the world
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The dystopian South Korean TV series is a sharp critique of capitalism—and a perfect escapism thriller. By Grant Rindner September 30, 2021 Squid Game.Courtesy of Netflix. Things are pretty bad right now, so bad in fact that a truly staggering number of people have made a bleak, violent psychological thriller their preferred form of escapism.
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