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Notre Dame served as the iconic setting of this beloved classic

This should ring a bell. Notre Dame is well known around the world as the setting for the 1831 novel “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” The heartbreaking Victor Hugo tome has been adapted into numerous movies and TV shows, most notably the 1936 film version starring Maureen O’Hara and Charles...

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How the actor behind King Kong’s mighty roar got his gig

Jon Hoche has a truly unique job. In fact, I think it’s safe to say that nobody else in the country or even in the world earns a living doing what Hoche does. Hoche, you see, is the voice of King Kong in the Broadway musical of that same name. And by “voice” I mean...

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I don't know about you, but my life has been meaningless without new Game of Thronesepisodes. I spent the last 20 months in a dark hole of nothingness, void of fantasy political machinations, new characters with names I cannot pronounce or spell, and dramatic and surprisingly rampant incest. But...

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I don't know about you, but my life has been meaningless without new Game of Thronesepisodes. I spent the last 20 months in a dark hole of nothingness, void of fantasy political machinations, new characters with names I cannot pronounce or spell, and dramatic and surprisingly rampant incest. But...

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Disney, Comcast now Hulu’s only owners as AT&T exits

AT&T sells its 9.5% share in Hulu back to the streaming TV company, leaving Disney and Comcast as its sole owners

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It’s a “hot mess” in South Florida after some over-sharing stage moms broke their N.D.A.s to show off their kids’ acting skills.

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I don't know about you, but my life has been meaningless without new Game of Thronesepisodes. I spent the last 20 months in a dark hole of nothingness, void of fantasy political machinations, new characters with names I cannot pronounce or spell, and dramatic and surprisingly rampant incest. But...

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Ariana Grande reunited most of ‘NSync during her Coachella set on Sunday night, something she has said she’ll be recovering from “for the next twenty years.”

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Tiger Woods’ win could have golf industry roaring back

Tiger Woods’ win at the Masters could be a boon for the golf industry, which has struggled after its star athlete was ensnared in personal troubles a decade ago

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The medieval cathedral has been damaged many times in its near-millennium of existence, but never witnessed, or mourned, by so many.

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Singer honored "for her indelible contribution to American music and culture for more than five decades"

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His company, Apollo Global Management, has scooped up 29 local television stations around the country. When they lost a key deal, “they were pretty ripshit.” But the march continues.

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No show is having more fun than DC's Legends of Tomorrow, which has quickly become one of the most exciting parts of Greg Berlanti's superhero-packed Arrowverse. Monday's whimsical episode [...]

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No show is having more fun than DC's Legends of Tomorrow, which has quickly become one of the most exciting parts of Greg Berlanti's superhero-packed Arrowverse. Monday's whimsical episode [...]

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David Brion Davis, scholar of slavery, dead at 92

David Brion Davis, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian who documented the centrality of slavery in Western culture through a landmark trilogy that made him among the world’s most respected and influential scholars, has died at age 92

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