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Beloved author Judy Blume’s latest book and (supposedly) final tour

The writer of 29 titles, 86 million copies sold, brings out a novel for adults mined from her childhood.

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    How Fox News, CNN and ESPN covered Caitlyn Jenner

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    Civilities: Is Caitlyn Jenner still the Kardashians’ stepdad?

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    Review: Piven enlivens ‘Entourage,’ which plays out like a long TV episode

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    The shows you should be rooting for at Sunday’s Tonys

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    Is RGIII’s daughter going to be the new Riley Curry (or North West)?

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    What the heck is going on with Tom Hanks’s son, Chet Haze, and his insistence on using the N-word?

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    Why journalists need to practice what they preach

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    5 Minutes with Bethenny Frankel

    5 Minutes with Bethenny Frankel

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    Laverne Cox on Caitlyn Jenner: ‘What I think is most beautiful about her is her heart’

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    Washington ranks No. 1 in print book purchases

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    Sofia Coppola leaves the live action ‘Little Mermaid’

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