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Jeff Koons' $ 91M 'Rabbit' sculpture sets new auction record

Written by Oscar Holland, CNN A playful rabbit sculpture by Jeff Koons has become the most expensive work by a living artist ever to sell at auction. The American artist's "Rabbit" a stainless steel figure measuring just above 3 feet tall, sold for more than $ 91 million Wednesday evening at Christie's in New York, smashing auction estimates. The new …

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Ready for a gloomy senior year

KJ Apa (left), Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, Cole Sprouse Photo: Dean Buscher (The CW) All our TV reviews in a good place. Aaron Sorkin has this little habit of titling the first season's last episodes on his various television series "What kind of day has it been?" He takes every stopping point as an opportunity to take part, to look …

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Trailers for "Carol's Second Act," "Evil," "All Rise," and more new CBS shows – TV By The Numbers by zap2it.com

CBS has eight new shows set to premiere in the 2019-20 season, five of which will make their debuts this fall. Those titles include "Carol's Second Act," "Evil," "The Unicorn," and more, while "Broke," "FBI: Most Wanted," and "Tommy" are being held until the midseason. You can find 'Carol's Second Act' A comedy about a woman who, at age 50, …

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Ariel Winter's new hairstyle steals the show in 'Modern Family' cast photo: "She looks unbelievable"

When Sarah Hyland shared a picture of herself and her fellow “Modern Family” castmates on Instagram Wednesday, it was her co-star Ariel Winter who stole the show with her new look Winter, 21, debuted a new red hairstyle earlier this month and fans were quick to say on Wednesday that they hardly recognized here beside her signature brown locks. ARIEL …

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How busy Philipps became "you know me" to #YouKnowMe

Tuesday after the Alabama Senate voted to send a bill that would ban almost all abortions in the state, experienced the actress Busy Philipps had to take action. "Women deserve compassion and understanding in their personal health choices," said Philipps, 39, on Wednesday. "This is something that many people experience and go through in their lives, and it is a …

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Marvel Comics continues the story of Insomniacs Spider-Man Game

Share. Where does he get the wonderful toys? By Jesse Schedeen If you've played Insomniac's Spider-Man video game and are hungry for more of that incarnation by Peter Parker, Marvel Comic's newest Spider-Man series will be right in your alley. A new miniseries called Spider-Man: Speed ​​will pick up where the game ended and reveal the secrets of Spider-Man's Velocity …

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