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Crayola Is Retiring A Crayon Color

Steel your inner child. Crayola just announced it’ll retire one of its 24 iconic crayon colors on Friday.But it’s not giving any hint as to which shade is getting the boot.Instead, the company is teasing out the decision, asking customers to share their favorite colors and predictions on social media. Crayola also invited fans to tune into Facebook Live to watch the big reveal at an event in New York City’s Times Square on March 31 ― National Crayon Day.Something BIG is happening at Crayola. On March 31st we’ll retire one of ourcolors…and it might just be your favorite. #WhosLeaving pic.twitter.com/7MiwKGTRkk— Crayola (@Crayola) March 20, 2017It’s the first time Crayola has decided to remove a color from the 24-count box.The retired sh...

What’s on TV Wednesday: ‘Legion’ and ‘Imaginary Mary’

One new show, FX’s “Legion,” wraps up its maiden season as another, “Imaginary Mary,” has its premiere on ABC.

‘Bones’ Series Finale Takes Us On A Roller-Coaster Ride Of Panic

Well, “Bones” has come to an end. After 12 seasons and 246 episodes, the Fox show closed its doors Tuesday night, leaving fans with a lot more answers than questions. Spoilers below for the final episode of “Bones,” “The End in the End.” You’ve been warned!Although they were trapped inside the lab following the explosion, Bones (Emily Deschanel), Booth (David Boreanaz), Hodgins (T.J. Thyne) and a pregnant Angela (Michaela Conlin) make it out alive, but sustain some injuries. Thankfully, Angela and her baby are OK, but Bones suffers a brain contusion, which Cam (Tamara Taylor) says has compromised “her ability to process complex information.” She still remembers things, but something is definitely off. **Panic sets i...

Christine Kaufmann, Actress in ‘Town Without Pity,’ Dies at 72

Ms. Kaufmann, who was born in Austria, won a Golden Globe Award for her Hollywood debut in the film and later married Tony Curtis.

Books of The Times: A Florida of Sun, Sky, Sea and Mind

“Sunshine State,” Sarah Gerard’s essay collection, and “Gulf: The Making of an American Sea,” Jack E. Davis’s environmental history, each explore the terrain of an unmoored state.

Cosby’s Lawyers Want to Keep Quaaludes Testimony From Trial

Lawyers for Bill Cosby want a judge to exclude evidence relating to drugs and his conduct with any women except the two already expected to testify.

Black Women Of Twitter Share The BS They Put Up With At Work Every Day

Black women on Twitter are fed up with the way they are treated in the workplace so they are sharing their experiences on Twitter. Activist Brittany Packnett kicked off the hashtag #BlackWomenAtWork on Tuesday afternoon in response to the disrespectful ways in which two prominent black women were treated by public figures throughout the day. On Tuesday’s morning episode of “Fox & Friends,” the network’s Bill O’Reilly mocked Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Ca.) by saying he was too distracted by her “James Brown” wig to listen to anything she had to say about President Donald Trump. He has since issued an apology, claiming it was all “a jest.” Later in the day, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer scolded White Hous...

Romeo (and Juliet), How Many Art Thou? 1 Ballet Score, Many Stagings

The Joffrey Ballet brings its “Romeo and Juliet” to New York this week. Our chief dance critic considers a multiplicity of stagings of the Prokofiev score.

Amy Poehler And Nick Offerman Are Reuniting In The Name Of Crafts

We can only imagine how Ron Swanson would do on a show like this. According to Deadline, NBC just ordered six episodes of “The Handmade Project,” a crafting reality TV show from Amy Poehler’s Paper Kite Productions. Per the outlet, P...

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