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It's been 21 years since 'Romy and Michele's High School Reunion' showed us a new level of dumb and fun. Check out some of the comedy's funniest quotes!
In celebration of James Cameron, Celine Dion, Jack and Rose and the haunting legacy of the RMS Titanic on the 20th anniversary of the film 'Titanic,' we selected some of our favorite quotes.
Now that the current fifth-in-line to the British throne has decided to settle down with American actress Meghan Markle, we look back on his headline-making days as a bachelor and wild child.
Oscar Wilde was born on October 16, 1854. Beyond his published canon, Wilde’s colorful life as a raconteur and Victorian bon vivant took him from toast-of-the-town adoration to rock bottom, following one of the most salacious scandals of the era.
On September 25, 1957, nine black students courageously started their first full day at an all-white high school in Little Rock, Arkansas, amid an angry mob of students, pro-segregationist groups and a defiant governor.
The coming-of-age comedy turns 35 this week. Check out some of the film's most hilarious quotes.
Born on August 9, 1899, P.L. Travers became famous for her 'Mary Poppins' book series — but to her chagrin, it was Walt Disney's cinematic interpretation of her first novel that made her star even brighter. Let's take a look at the woman behind 'Mary Poppins.'
In honor of world-renowned climber Edmund Hillary's birthday today, we look at the many extraordinary adventures he experienced — and the many (literal) mountains he climbed that took him to new heights.
Here are some interesting tidbits about the Children's education activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner.
Five people were murdered at the Long Island residence in 1974 and frightening tales about the home continue to spook.
A teacher, a childhood neighbor, even her grandmother are channeled into Rowling's characters.