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Review: 'Dungeons & Dragons' puts the funny in fantasy

Review: 'Dungeons & Dragons' puts the funny in fantasy

“You’re not a lot of fun, are you,” notes barbarian Holga (Michelle Rodriguez) to brave fighter Xenk (Regé-Jean Page) in the new “Dungeons & Dragons” film, making two jokes at once.
Judge: District attorney can't be co-counsel in Baldwin case

Judge: District attorney can't be co-counsel in Baldwin case

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New York to pay $5.5M to man exonerated in Sebold rape case

New York to pay $5.5M to man exonerated in Sebold rape case

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — A man who spent 16 years in prison after he was wrongfully convicted of raping writer Alice Sebold when she was a Syracuse University student has settled a lawsuit against New York state for $5.
Wisconsin school bans Miley, Dolly duet from class concert

Wisconsin school bans Miley, Dolly duet from class concert

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Administrators at a Wisconsin elementary school stopped a first-grade class from performing a Miley Cyrus and Dolly Parton duet promoting LGBTQ acceptance because the song "could be perceived as controversial.
Multidisciplinary artists from Vancouver, Toronto to vie for $50K photography award

Multidisciplinary artists from Vancouver, Toronto to vie for $50K photography award

TORONTO — Multidisciplinary artists from Vancouver and Toronto are in the running for the $50,000 Scotiabank Photography Award.
Twitter celebs balk at paying Elon Musk for blue check mark

Twitter celebs balk at paying Elon Musk for blue check mark

William Shatner, Monica Lewinsky and other prolific Twitter commentators — some household names, others little-known journalists — could soon be losing the blue check marks that helped verify their identity on the social media platform.
Report: Queen Elizabeth II asked Germany for pricey horses

Report: Queen Elizabeth II asked Germany for pricey horses

BERLIN (AP) — Two horses fit for a queen, please. That's what Britain's Queen Elizabeth II had asked for as a gift during her state visit to Germany in 1978, weekly Der Spiegel reported Monday.
Brunson, Shannon, de Armas will host 'Saturday Night Live'

Brunson, Shannon, de Armas will host 'Saturday Night Live'

NEW YORK (AP) — Two first-time hosts — Quinta Brunson and Ana de Armas — will make their “Saturday Night Live” debuts in April.
Taron Egerton slots Tetris story into place in new biopic

Taron Egerton slots Tetris story into place in new biopic

The origin story of the iconic computer game “Tetris” is more thrilling than you may think.
Review: Prohibition-era tale ‘Hang the Moon’ goes down easy

Review: Prohibition-era tale ‘Hang the Moon’ goes down easy

“Hang the Moon” by Jeannette Walls (Scribner) Jeannette Walls burst on the scene with her intensely personal memoir “The Glass Castle” in 2005.
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