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The hosts of “Here To Make Friends” lay out the wildest moments from the season’s penultimate episodes, including the most unlikely friendship, the most welcome departure and who needs a legal lesson from Elle Woods.
The hosts of “Here To Make Friends” weren’t at Stagecoach. Claire Fallon and Emma Gray highlight all the outstanding moments from the latest episodes of “Bachelor In Paradise,” including the many, many breakdowns and who appears to have been right all along.
Paradise isn’t as relaxing as it seems. “Here To Make Friends” hosts Claire Fallon and Emma Gray replay the emotional rollercoaster that was the “Bachelor in Paradise” second week of this season.
Welcome to paradise. “Here To Make Friends” hosts Claire Fallon and Emma Gray bring you all the highs and lows from the premiere episodes of “Bachelor in Paradise,” including the worst liar we’ve ever seen and the revenge plot that failed to deliver.
The combination of a dried-up lake that it's built over and nearby clashing tectonic plates makes Mexico City especially susceptible to earthquakes.
Balancing the macabre and absurd with delicacy, her work sucks you into the pleasures of aberration, making a perfectly deviant moment.
A lifelong artist by temperament and activity, for Kusher this storytelling impulse has generated an impressively eclectic array of manifestations over the years.
Sculptor Tanya Ragir's abiding love of narrative allegory and figurative symbolism has always operated within an edgy, engaged conceptual framework.
Just like the shoes and clothes you wear, the way you style your hair says a lot about your sense of fashion and personality. But before you decide on your next hair-spiration, read on to find out what these hair products can do for you.
There's a cutting-edge, politically provocative, modernistic new-style musical at the Public Theater that will have you literally dancing in the aisles.
It wasn't until Dan threw Clay in the ocean later -- he said he didn't remember any of these events -- that he finally vowed
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Sculptor Rafael Petrosyan left Armenia nearly four decades ago, but old customs die hard. He's had his morning shot of wine already when I catch up with him.