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The other “Tristan”: Wolf Trap and WCO show same story as the Wagner opus, but it’s a whole different opera.

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In Midnight in Chernobyl (out Feb. 12), author Adam Higginbotham relates the history of the Chernobyl disaster utilizing accounts from people who worked at and lived close to the nuclear power station in Ukraine when it exploded 33 years ago. “Midnight in Chernobyl tells the entire story of the...

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A commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day in Port Jeff Station

By Donna Newman The Suffolk County Jewish community experienced a unique event on Jan. 27, co-sponsored by North Shore Jewish Center of Port Jefferson Station and Temple Isaiah of Stony Brook. The documentary film “Who Will Write Our History” about life in the Warsaw Ghetto in Poland during...

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One of the biggest winners of Grammys night wasn’t just Cardi B, who was the first female solo artist to win for rap album, but Kollin Carter, the stylist who put the singer into a series of internet-breaking outfits by the French designer Thierry Mugler. “One day I was with a friend and I...

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A roundup of news from the Television Critics Association winter meeting, where TV networks and streaming services are presenting details on upcoming programs. ___ 'BOOMERANG' IS BACK Halle Berry and … Click to Continue »

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NBA's investigation of possible tampering in the Sixers-Lakers Ben Simmons-Magic Johnson saga is merely due diligence

As far as the league's investigation is concerned, it's a bit of a waste of time. While more could've went on behind the scenes, from the surface it would appear that all of these guys know each other well and went through the proper channels in seeing if this mentorship was a...

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Neighborhood Development News

Compiled by Liz Goff New Astoria RentalsThe owner of a parcel at 11-35 31st Drive has filed plans to develop an eight-story residential building at the site, according to information posted on the YIMBY (Yes, In My Back Yard) website.read more

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How to Get Michelle Obama's Grammys Glow, Straight from Her Makeup Artist Carl Ray

The 2019 Grammys was full of jaw-dropping moments, among them, when former First Lady Michelle Obama appeared onstage alongside host Alicia Keys and Lady Gaga, Jada Pinkett Smith and Jennifer Lopez to open up about the importance of music in each of their lives. As Obama, 55, told the...

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From babies to bridezilla, The Wedding Planner writer reveals nixed sequel details

Every day until Valentine’s Day Entertainment Weekly is celebrating our special romantic comedy-themed Untold Stories issue. Check out all of our behind-the-scenes tidbits, reunions, and oral histories here and follow #LoveEWstyle on Twitter and Instagram.  As sure as yodeling atop a...

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Kim Kardashian Shares Selfie Showing Her Battle with Psoriasis — and How She Treats It

Kim Kardashian West has been battling a psoriasis flare-up on her face for the past week, and she’s down to try any treatment to fight the blemishes. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians reality star, 38, gave fans a candid look at what she’s trying behind-the-scenes to heal her skin. On Monday...

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David Foster Admits He 'Won the Lottery' as Katharine McPhee Says She 'Can't Wait to Marry' Him

David Foster and Katharine McPhee couldn’t be happier about their upcoming nuptials. Clearly missing her husband-to-be, McPhee — who’s currently in London, starring in the musical Waitress — penned a loving tribute to Foster, 69. “Far away from each other but still can’t wait to marry...

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Kim Kardashian Gets Real With Selfie: ‘Psoriasis Is the Sh-ts’

Kim Kardashian has long been open about her struggle with psoriasis. And though the KKW beauty mogul typically posts glamorous selfies to her social media accounts, on Monday, February 11, she decided to get visually real about her skin condition. On her Instagram Story, Kardashian, 38, shared a...

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Hulu announces four new Marvel animated shows: Howard the Duck, M.O.D.O.K., more

The age of the Defenders is passing away; let the age of the Offenders begin! Following the recent cancellations of Iron Fist, Luke Cage, and Daredevil, it seems like the storied Netflix/Marvel partnership is fading out. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t going to be new Marvel TV adaptations to...

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Meet Sarah Rector, the 11-Year-Old Who Became The Richest Black Girl in America in 1913

Uncover the fascinating and mysterious story of Sarah Rector, who was once deemed the richest black girl in America at the age of 11. The post Meet Sarah Rector, the 11-Year-Old Who Became The Richest Black Girl in America in 1913 appeared first on Black Enterprise.

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Meghan Markle is heading back to TV…kinda! Piggy-backing off of Meghan & Harry: A Royal Romance, released the week before the May 2018 royal wedding, Lifetime is producing a new movie set to premiere this spring. Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal, the working title on the movie, will tell the...

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The 2019 Grammy Awards have been a night of epic performances from female artists, from Janelle Monáe to Dolly Parton. One of the showstoppers of the night came from Cardi B performing her new hit "Money." While we certainly can't ignore the rapper's impressive regalia and high energy, there's...

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Off the Beaten Trail:

By Catherine Tsounis A great Love story and political violence surrounds The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, one of the main sights of Saint Petersburg, Russia. “We almost had our first  Russian born Tsarina,” said our guide. “Emperor Alexander II’s assassination ended this.”read...

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Hulu releases Catch-22 trailer starring Kyle Chandler, George Clooney

For many people, Catch-22 is one of the books they had to read in high school. George Clooney was one of those people. And now, he is producing, directing, and starring in Hulu’s upcoming Catch-22 miniseries. Joseph Heller’s 1961 novel takes a look into the machinery of war and the absurdity of...

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