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Theodor Seuss Geisel’s moniker, Dr. Seuss, is an indelible part of any childhood. Born in 1904, his words continue to delight generation after generation of children and adults, enabling them to dream and imagine, explore and create. From his lovable The Cat In The Hat to his perpetually relevant The Lorax, Seuss has entertained through education, twisting, turning, and rhyming words into parables, lessons, and culture. What is a Christmas without the Grinch? Who taught you that even the things you can not see have a need to get protected other than Horton as he hears a Who?

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Much like smoking cigarettes indoors, lawn darts, and asbestos before it, the circus seems to be making its way to the dustbin of history.

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HBO’s “Game of Thrones” is notorious for killing off its main characters. However, Emilia Clarke, the actress who plays Daenerys Targaryen, has managed to stay on the show all the way to its eighth, and final, season.

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How Emotional Realness Is The Secret To ‘Drag Race’s’ Enduring Success

No matter how many times life may knock you down, you still have to slay the world with your charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent.

You have to give it to RuPaul. After 10 seasons as host of “Drag Race,” he and the producers of the show really know how to keep viewers hooked. Late on June 28, Aquaria was declared the winner in a finale that cannily highlighted the show’s roots, showcasing almost all of the contestants of Season One in — as Ru humorously quipped — “Season 10 lighting.”

What’s keeping people glued to their TVs?

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Jim Henson’s Imagination And Legacy Lives On In A New Exhibition

From “The Muppets” and “Sesame Street” to fantasy films like “The Dark Crystal” and “Labyrinth,” his imagination was unstoppable.

Jim Henson and his iconic creation Kermit the Frog. Photo by John E. Barrett, courtesy of “The Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited.”

For more than 60 years, the genius of Jim Henson has delighted countless fans across the world.

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'Ready Player One's Nostalgia-Heavy Posters Have Prompted A Hilarious Backlash

The “remember this” style of marketing has not gone over well.

In anticipation of much-hyped sci-fi adaptation “Ready Player One,” the marketing team behind the film has issued a litany of repurposed posters from 1980s films, all bearing characters from the upcoming film, which arrives in theaters March 29, 2018.

The film’s source material, the 2011 Ernest Cline novel of the same name, had been criticized for serving as a barrage of nostalgia that critical readers found to be little more than a heaping portion of “remember when” served over and over and over again.

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