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The Twitter tale is quite the rollercoaster.

Highlights

Meet the woman who’s in charge of ringing the bells at the National Cathedral

“People don’t realize when they hear the bells that it’s actually humans ringing them,” Beth Sinclair says.

Lane Moore navigates the bizarre world of Tinder at her live comedy show

She'll show you her true swipes.

Meet three real-life Disney princesses (on ice)

Three skaters feel like princesses every time they take the ice.

Being unwelcome is not the same as being oppressed.

Bouchard told TMZ there could be a second date.

This is brand new information!

Embrace burlesque — no corset, stockings, heels or tassels needed.

Director Amma Asante couldn't — and didn't want to — separate love from politics in "A United Kingdom."

Where to see made-for-TV teen comedies, international films and some of the best (and overlooked) movies of 2016.

There's music, book talks, comedy and more on tap for this weekend.

The new exhibit includes more than 100 objects from the museum’s collection, and items newly acquired from the families of the internees.

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Lee dispels many of the myths marketed by what she calls Big Bridal and offering helpful do’s and don’ts gleaned from her experience.

Plus Jason Isbell and Metallica are coming to town.

A free show at Flashpoint Gallery explores the deeper meaning of selfies through sculpture, painting, mixed media and chemography.

Congress's greenhouse is a great place to escape the winter, but do not touch the federal fruit.

"This is ignorant and offensive," one Twitter user wrote.

He ran into another issue with his plane.

Bruce Allen and Jay Gruden have said they want to keep the quarterback long-term. If that's true, the team needs to alter its negotiating tactics.

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Two firsts!

Twitter detectives, investigate.

Dr. Andrea helps a reader who wants his own place but feels guilty, and another reader whose Mr. Right turns downright ugly when he drinks.

'Nudity isn't a problem,' creative officer says.

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