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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Rosalind Russell
"Any Day Now" follows the struggle of a gay couple in late-1970s Los Angeles to adopt an abandoned teenage boy with Down syndrome.
Every year, cinephiles of all stripes gather in person and online to partake in a sacred movie lover's tradition: complaining about the Oscars, as the ceremony plods toward its inevitably tardy conclusion with an anticlimactic best picture award conferred on a gaggle of anonymous and untelegenic producers.
I always thought I would like to meet an Auntie Mame, because she is so whimsical and tells great stories and has adventures, but now I think I am becoming her.