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How Harold Ramis Changed Comedy Forever
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Obama Celebrates Harold Ramis
Says of the late actor: “We didn’t just laugh until it hurt. We questioned authority.”
The Most Magical Place on Earth Just Got More Expensive
Buying a one-day pass to Disney World’s Theme Parks? Prepare to pay $4 more per ticket.
Courtney Love Is Still America’s Sweetheart
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An expert on performance art weighs in on the weighty matter
Great Caesar’s Ghost: On the Passing of Sid Caesar
Sid Caesar was the first and the best of TV’s primal clowns
The Comedic Genius of Sid Caesar: 7 Clips You Can Actually Watch on YouTube
A great comedian’s choicest work — 60 years old and still brilliantly fresh
RIP Sid Caesar, Your Comic of Comics
TV comedy’s man of a thousand voices set the stage for a half-century and more of laughter.
Shirley Temple: A Cute Cocktail of Talent and Charm
Little Miss Lollipop, the all-time child star, dies at age 85. A look back at her extraordinary career
Watch Shirley Temple’s 8 Most Iconic Performances
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Inside the Shirley Temple: How Did the Mocktail Get Its Name?
The mix of grenadine and soda is named after the child star — but why?