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The reality stars in Hollywood's 'middle class'

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These L.A. reality stars are perfectly happy to be part of Hollywood's 'middle class' Click to view images

After 10 years on "Vanderpump Rules," Tom Sandoval and Tom Schwartz aren't leading the lives they planned. But they have no regrets. Well, not many.

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Michelle Williams' 'Fabelmans'-esque origin story? It starts with PTA and Bjรถrk Click to view images

The actor hasn't worked since "The Fabelmans" wrapped production. She is sated and fulfilled. And the mother of young boys. Bring on the joy!

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Beyoncรฉ, the all-time leading Grammy winner, should never attend another Grammy Awards Click to view images

Racism, sexism, fuddy-duddyism: They're all reasons why the winningest artist in Grammy history lost album of the year yet again, this time to Harry Styles.

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A New York bookfluencer launches her first bricks-and-mortar shop ... in L.A. Click to view images

From her wildly successful podcast, Zibby Owens has built a media empire, complete with her own publishing company and, starting Feb. 18, a Santa Monica bookstore.

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At times, 'Knock at the Cabin' made the book's author want to 'run out of the theater' Click to view images

While Paul Tremblay is a fan of M. Night Shyamalan's take on his novel "The Cabin at the End of the World," he's still chewing over the film's "way darker" ending.

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The New York Philharmonic hasn't had a superstar in decades; now it's getting Dudamel Click to view images

The New York Philharmonic is America's oldest orchestra. Its history is that of legend. It is the orchestra of Mahler, Toscanini, Bernstein, Boulez. It doesn't need saving, but it does need a Gustavo Dudamel, Times classical music critic Mark Swed writes.

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'I was levitating': Rapper Busta Rhymes on his show-stopping Grammys performance Click to view images

The Grammys honored 50 years of hip-hop with a medley from dozens of stars past and present, ranging from Grandmaster Flash to Lil Uzi Vert. But it was a 50-year-old, Brooklyn's Busta Rhymes, who stole the show.

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