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  • NY manse owned by former lovebirds to hit auction block

  • This Westchester mansion was supposed to be a dream home for Seychelles diplomat Justin Etzin and Latvian model Lana Zakocela. The couple married in an extravagant “Eyes Wide Shut”-themed wedding celebration in Florence in 2015, but just three years later, Etzin and Zakocela (who has graced the cover of Maxim) got a divorce. Now their...
  • John Paine: How a 17-year battle with ALS led me closer to God

  • As we near the month of May, encouraging our reflection and recognition of those suffering from ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, for National ALS Awareness Month, author John Paine shares his emotional journey through diagnosis of the disease and the following 17 years, eventually coming to see himself as the “luckiest man.”
  • Hero priest rescued Crown of Thorns from Notre Dame cathedral fire

  • A hero priest made a daring dash into the burning Notre Dame cathedral Monday night to save the Crown of Thorns, a religious relic dating back to the 13th century, according to reports. Jean-Marc Fournier, the chaplain of the Paris Fire Brigade, also rescued the Blessed Sacrament, the devotional name for the body and blood...
  • Meet the actor behind ‘super-nice’ ‘Barry’ gangster NoHo Hank

  • If you asked “Barry’s” overly polite Chechen mobster NoHo Hank about actor Anthony Carrigan, he’d likely say he’s “super-nice.” Carrigan plays the bald, tatted-up, enthusiastic gangster on HBO’s Emmy-winning dark comedy (already renewed for a third season) whose self-styled “NoHo” nickname refers to “North Hollywood” — and whose top priorities are ensuring the comfort of...
  • Notre Dame cathedral survives fire, ‘saved and preserved’: officials

  • Notre Dame’s structure is saved, French authorities announced Monday night, close to four hours after a massive blaze broke out at the top of the historic Gothic cathedral. “We can consider that the structure of Notre Dame has been saved and preserved,” said Paris fire brigade chief Jean-Claude Gallet, according to Agence France-Presse. The 850-year-old...
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