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Since the 1970s, the rainbow has been a universally recognized symbol for LGBT pride. But why was the rainbow chosen to begin with?
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Hint: You won’t want a “gift” in Germany.
Yes, Queen Elizabeth included!
For starters: Queen Elizabeth can own all the dolphins in the U.K. and you can’t.
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Apparently cash, jewellery and gadgets aren’t the only valuables.
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Wealthy people can buy anything and everything they want, right? While that might be true, it doesn’t mean the rich are out there dropping bills left and right. In fact, they can be quite frugal.
Come From Away creators David Hein and Irene Sankoff on their hit musical, telling an iconic story of hope and becoming honorary Newfoundlanders.
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They’ve been known to break tradition before—will they keep these?
The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle isn’t going to be quite the same as past royal weddings. But it will, no doubt, still go down in history.