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Holden's party store in Milford burns down

A well known family-owned party store in Milford has been destroyed by a fire.

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An Inside Look at Parmenter's Cider Mill & Spicer Orchards

After weeks of preparation including sending out a doughnut machine for repairs, painting the floor and walls and setting up the store with new products, Parmenter’s opened for the season on Saturday, Aug. 29.

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What hip-hop lyrics tell us about Trump

Billionaire real-estate mogul Donald Trump, who was known to Americans as a celebrity businessman for decades before his presidential run, has been named-dropped in hip-hop lyrics for decades.

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Kermit the Frog: That pig isn't my girlfriend

It's not easy being seen.

Just because you're a celebrity frog hobnobbing around town with a new lady pig in your skinny Muppet arms doesn't mean you're dating her.

A story in People magazine had said Kermit the Frog wasted no time moving on from…

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Colbert lands Biden, Fallon books Trump

Vice President Joe Biden, who is mulling a bid for president, will be one of Stephen Colbert's very first guests on the "Late Show" next week.

Colbert himself announced the booking via Twitter on Tuesday afternoon. He'll be welcoming Biden on…

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Taylor Swift channeling colonialism?

While many fans are talking about the steamy chemistry between Taylor Swift and Scott Eastwood in her new music video, the singer is taking heat for an altogether different reason.

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Inside the secret tests of Stephen Colbert's 'Late Show'

Most of us won't see Stephen Colbert's "Late Show" for another week, but several hundred people have already watched him quiz guests and try out material.

These episodes aren't quite ready for television. They're test shows, designed to let Colbert…

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Writer says Idris Elba 'too street' for Bond

The writer of the new James Bond novel "Trigger Mortis" has set off a firestorm with a remark about Idris Elba.

Anthony Horowitz recently told the Daily Mail that he believes Elba is "probably a bit too 'street' for Bond. Is it a question of being…

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Daniel Craig hopes his Bond 'is not as sexist'

Daniel Craig hopes that his James Bond character 'is not sexist' as the release of the latest movie in the series, "Spectre", inches closer.

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Dylan's 'big pink' house available to rent

If you are Bob Dylan's biggest fan, this just might be the holiday home for you.

The famous "big pink" house -- the place where Dylan and The Band recorded the "Basement Tapes" in 1967, honored in the title of The Band's 1968 album "Music from Big…

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VMAs TV ratings dip, but online viewing surges

MTV's Video Music Awards were flamboyant and at times outrageous, but that couldn't prevent its television audience from slipping slightly.

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Christie talks Romney, Trump on 'Tonight Show'

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a frequent target of some of Jimmy Fallon's barbs, showed an easy rapport with the host on "The Tonight Show" Monday night, armed with an amusing anecdote about his New Hampshire visit with the Romneys and the Rubios…

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