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Battle of the Leopard Print Coats

This animal print jacket has been the hottest cool weather trend of 2016. So, which celeb wore it best?
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Jennifer Aniston’s Oscars Dress Was Once Sported By Jennifer Lopez, Plus Many More Thigh-High Slits From the ‘Vanity Fair’ After-Party

Jennifer Aniston vs. Angelina Jolie vs... Jennifer Lopez? Aniston's appearance at Sunday's Oscars gave people major flashbacks to Jolie's now infamous dress from the 201
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Lovely Leggy Ladies

Whether they were inspired by Angelina Jolie or just love showing a little skin, these celebs stun when putting their foot forward in dresses with thigh-high slits. Click through the gallery to see some of our fave looks.
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Oscars: Disney sweeps animation and visual effects categories with ‘Zootopia,’ ‘Piper’ and ‘Jungle Book’

Disney swept the animation and visual effects categories at Sunday’s Academy Awards.The studio’s smash “Zootopia” won for best animated feature; Disney/Pixar’s charming “Piper” won for animated short; and Disney’s CGI/live-action hybrid “The Jungle Book” won for visual effects.
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Jonathan Swift: Not (entirely) the misanthrope you thought you knew

Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) is commonly regarded as the towering misanthrope of English letters. William Thackeray described him as “an immense genius” but “an awful downfall and ruin” whose habitual way of being was to remain constantly “alone and gnashing in the darkness.” George Orwell
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‘Setting Free the Kites,’ by Alex George

Two literary traditions — the small-town novel and the coming-of-age novel — intertwine genially in “Setting Free the Kites,” by Alex George, author of the immigrant saga “A Good American” (2013). In this boyish tale, set mostly at an amusement park on the coast of Maine, two young buddi
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‘Logan’ is the Wolverine movie Hugh Jackman always deserved

Few superhero performances are as beloved as Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine, which helped give birth to this current era of superhero movies back in 2000’s “X-Men.” But Jackman hasn’t had as much luck with his solo outings.It is fitting, however, that in “Logan,” his last film as the most f
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Washington Chorus honors outgoing director with performance of his works

Julian Wachner ends his nine-year tenure as director of the Washington Chorus at the end of this season. The ensemble marked his departure appropriately with one of his innovations, a New Music for a New Age concert, on Sunday evening at National Presbyterian Church. The musicians performed an awfu
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Taking dictation from Henry James was a lesson in style — and patience

If you are a fan of the novels of Henry James, or interested in his friendship with the novelist Edith Wharton, you’ll get a literate kick out of Michiel Heyns’s novel “The Typewriter’s Tale.” Originally published in South Africa in 2005 and then in the U.K. last year, it’s finally avail
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In Pittsburgh, ‘Fences’ and August Wilson’s Hill District

PITTSBURGH — Fans of “Fences” may be disappointed that the film won just one of its four Oscar nominations. But a pilgrimage to playwright August Wilson’s hometown, Pittsburgh, might offer some consolation. “Fences” is one of 10 plays that Wilson wrote chronicling African-American life.
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