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A third 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' movie has started filming in Greece

"My Big Fat Greek Wedding" star Nia Vardalos this week gave her Instagram followers both a Greek lesson and the best news of their day.

The actress said in a post that a third film in the franchise is now in production in Greece — and that she's directing it. She cheekily dropped the latter news by sharing the Greek word for "director."


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Amazon Alexa will be able to mimic deceased loved ones' voices

The latest iteration of Amazon's Alexa voice assistant could sound eerily familiar.

The company announced on Wednesday during its annual re:MARS conference, which focuses on artificial intelligence innovation, that it's working on an update to its Alexa system that would allow the technology to mimic any voice, even a deceased family member.


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Michael J. Fox to be awarded honorary Oscar


Michael J. Fox will be honored by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences for his contributions to film and his efforts to help cure Parkinson's disease.

The actor will receive an honorary Oscar at this year's Governors Awards, along with songwriter Diane Warren, and directors Euzhan Palcy and Peter Weir, the Academy announced Wednesday.


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Jenny Suh Thompson ready for LPGA Championship

You can typically find Jenny Suh Thompson golfing at The Dye Preserve in Jupiter as a PGA teaching pro and it's membership director. But this week, you'll find her on the LPGA's biggest stage, the KPMG LPGA Championship.

"Surprise, surprise. I'm now in the midst of getting ready for a major," Suh Thompson said this week while preparing for the tournament.


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Broadway theaters drop their mask mandate starting in July


In another sign that the world of entertainment is returning to pre-pandemic normal, Broadway theaters will no longer demand audiences wear masks starting in July.

The Broadway League announced Tuesday that mask-wearing will be optional next month onward, a further loosening of restrictions. In May, most Broadway theaters lifted the requirement that audience members provide proof of vaccination to enter venues.


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Solstice Tuesday announces first day of summer


Tuesday is officially the start of summer at 5:14 a.m.


The summer solstice takes place when the sun reaches the northernmost point in the sky. The summer solstice results in the longest day of the year and the shortest night of the year.

South Florida will experience 13 hours, 49 minutes and 13 seconds of daylight! Other states can have up to 14-16 hours of daylight and Alaska can have up to 24 hours of daylight.


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Wild video shows angry raccoon chase woman, her dog in Florida


A woman in Orlando, Florida, was terrified when a raccoon chased after her and her dog.


The attack, which was caught on a doorbell camera, can be viewed above.

Nykeria Clark told WSVN that her dog, Jojo, and the raccoon fought as Clark tried to get in the house. When she opened the door, the raccoon charged in right after them.


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As summer officially begins, millions have already suffered sweltering heat

Though summer officially begins on Tuesday, millions of Americans have already been buffeted by triple-digit temperatures and dangerously high heat, which is only expected to continue as a second wave of extreme heat creeps into the eastern and southern U.S.

Last week, an enormous heat dome across the eastern U.S. and the Midwest created record high temperatures in several cities — and intensified the misery for some communities that were already battling power outages following a series of severe storms.


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Nearly six decades later, Julie Andrews reunites with 'Sound of Music' cast

Nearly six decades after the film's release, the Hollywood Hills were alive with "The Sound of Music" on Thursday night, thanks to a reunion of epic proportions.


Screen icon Julie Andrews was honored with the American Film Institute's Live Achievement Award at a Gala Tribute in Los Angeles, and the actors who played the von Trapp children came together to celebrate her illustrious career.


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Someone paid $19 million for a steak lunch with Warren Buffett

There really is no such thing as a free lunch.

An anonymous bidder paid a record-breaking $19 million for a private steak lunch with legendary investor Warren Buffett. The sale was part of the 21st annual auction for a lunch with Buffett, produced in collaboration with eBay and the Glide Foundation, a San Francisco-based non-profit working on combating poverty, hunger, and homelessness.


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Velveeta releases a cheese-scented nail polish in collaboration with Nails Inc.

Cheese-lovers can now wear their favorite dairy product on their fingertips, thanks to Velveeta and British nail polish brand Nails Inc.

A limited-edition set of two cheese-scented polishes will cost cheese fanatics $15 on the Nails Inc. website. It includes two shades: "Finger Food," a bright red, and "La Dolce Velveeta," a creamy yellow color.


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Golden State Warriors win NBA championship with Game 6 victory over Boston Celtics

Led by 34 points from Stephen Curry, who was named Finals MVP, the Golden State Warriors defeated the Boston Celtics 103-90 on Thursday night to claim their fourth NBA championship in the last eight seasons.

The victory gives the trio of Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green their fourth title together -- all under head coach Steve Kerr -- adding to their championships from 2015, 2017 and 2018. They've won 21 NBA Finals games together, having recently passed Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili (19) for the most NBA Finals wins by a trio over the last 30 years.


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PHOTOS: Supermoon delights skygazers around the world

A supermoon rises behind the Galata Tower in Istanbul, Turkey, Tuesday, June 14, 2022. PHOTO: AP Photo/Emrah Gure


From Frankfurt and New York to Istanbul and Beijing, skygazers could enjoy a beautiful supermoon rise over the horizon in an impressive astronomic spectacle.

The full moon appeared larger than normal and sometimes slightly orange-colored as it lit skies around the globe.

It reached its full stage on Tuesday during a phenomenon known as a supermoon because of its proximity to Earth. It's also referred to as the “Strawberry Moon” because it's the full moon at strawberry harvest time.


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Last-minute Father's Day gifts that can be delivered to dad or grandpa just in time

This happens almost every year: you blink and all of a sudden it's Father's Day —and you're still without a gift for the man you love most. Yes, dad did say he already has everything he could ever want (you and your siblings, obviously), but it's still a good idea to give him something special on this day even if you don't have time on your side.

Luckily, there are ton of last-minute Father's Day gifts that your No. 1 guy will love. Take a look at these unique gifts for the man in your life, including Amazon best-sellers, editor-approved finds and popular subscription boxes. All of these Father's Day gift ideas come with fast shipping (two days or less) and some digital gifts can be delivered within minutes. It's up to you: Ship these gifts to you and wrap them in time for your Father's Day brunch, or send them directly to your dad, stepdad, father-in-law or grandpa if you're spending the day apart. If you choose the latter, be sure to mark the item as a gift and write a personalized message — a free feature for all Amazon Prime members!


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'This is a nightmare': Gas station manager fired after glitch sold gas for 69 cents per gallon

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Video above: KOVR via CNN) —

A manager at a California gas station was fired after accidentally selling gas for a fraction of the actual cost — 69 cents instead of $6.99.


"Well, it was a mistake that I did, you know," John Susina told KOVR. "And I thought, 'this is a nightmare.'"

The glitch allowed hundreds of customers to save thousands on premium gasoline, he explained.

"And I put all three prices on except the diesel, but the last one kind of didn't go, you know, right," he said.

The decimal for the gas price went into the wrong spot, which had customers posting on social media to spread the word about where to get gas for 69 cents per gallon instead of the intended price of $6.99.


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Miami picked as host city for 2026 World Cup


The 16 cities of the first World Cup spread across three nations were revealed, and FIFA President Gianni Infantino made a bold statement summing up the goal of the 2026 tournament, to be played largely in the United States.

“By 2026, soccer — or futbol — will be the No. 1 sport in this part of the world,” he proclaimed.


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Philip Baker Hall, of 'Hard Eight,' 'Seinfeld,' dies at 90

HOLLYWOOD, CA - MARCH 05: Actor Philip Baker Hall attends the premiere of Focus Features' 'Bad Words' at ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome on March 5, 2014 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images) 

SOURCE: Imeh Akpanudosen


Philip Baker Hall, the prolific character actor of film and theater who starred in Paul Thomas Anderson's first movies and who memorably hunted down a long-overdue library book in "Seinfeld," has died. He was 90.

Holly Wolfle Hall, the actor's wife of nearly 40 years, on Monday said Hall died Sunday surrounded by loved ones in Glendale, California. She said Hall had been well until a few weeks earlier, and spent his final days in warm spirits, reflecting on his life.


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How to tell if your sunscreen has expired

Should you toss last year’s bottle?


As soon as the sunny season swings into full gear, you likely reach for the most important product in your beauty arsenal: sunscreen.

The problem? Many of us don’t apply sunscreen liberally during the colder months, even though we should, meaning the bottle you’re reaching for was probably sitting in your cabinet for at least a year.


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What Stores Are Open on the 4th of July in 2022? We Have a Full List

Preparation is key when it comes to pulling off the ultimate 4th of July celebration. After you have spent time putting together recipes to honor the occasion, including drinks, appetizers and desserts tinged with red white and blue, you’ll want to plan for fun-filled activities to keep your family and friends entertained throughout the day. But even the tightest of plans can take an unexpected turn, so look to our list of stores that are open this 4th of July for any of your last minute runs. Whether you have run out of ice for the iced tea or need to make a quick run to get floaties for the kids’ impromptu pool party, our list of grocery, convenience and department stores are sure to have what you need.


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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan share new photo of Lilibet in honor of her first birthday

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan share new photo of Lilibet in honor of her first birthday SOURCE: Misan Harriman


Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have released a new portrait of baby Lilibet in honor of her first birthday this past Saturday.

In the adorable candid, snapped by close family friend Misan Harriman during her birthday party last weekend, Lilibet "Lili" Diana Mountbatten-Windsor smiles in a pale blue frock while sitting in a grassy field. A matching blue ribbon headband adorns her fiery red hair — a trait clearly passed on from her dad, Harry.


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Study shows optimists are associated with a longer lifespan, greater chance of living past 90

"Choose to be optimistic. It feels better," the Dalai Lama has said.

It may also lengthen your life. Higher levels of optimism are associated with a longer lifespan and a greater chance of living past 90, according to a new study of nearly 160,000 women of different races and backgrounds.


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