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Repair Your Torn-Up Heart With These 25 Facts About 'N Sync

It's been 25 years since Lance Bass met those four "jackasses"--and we don't mean Johnny Knoxville and Steve-O. Rather, Oct. 1 is the day--back in 1995, when he was...

The ColourPop x Hocus Pocus Collab Is Totally Bewitching

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Why You Should Start Buying Purple Shampoo Immediately

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Here's Every Book to Add to Your October Reading List

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How Steve-O and Others Have Overcome the Jackass "Curse" While Some Are Still Struggling

When Jackass debuted on MTV in 2000, the world had never seen anything quite like it. Here was a group of 10 dudes--quasi-stuntmen, really--who seemed willing to do anything for a gag....

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The Tokyo Stock Exchange says it will resume normal trading Friday after an all-day outage due to a technical failure

TOKYO (AP) — The Tokyo Stock Exchange says it will resume normal trading Friday after an all-day outage due to a technical failure.

Tuning in for Thursday, Oct. 1

oct 1 tuning inTHURSDAYMLB11 a.m.;;Cincinnati at Atlanta;;ESPN (Cox 29)1 p.m.;;Miami at Chicago Cubs;;ABC (Cox 8)2 p.m.;;Chi.

Hospitality Club resumes meetings

By Erica Smith, for The OklahomanAfter months of quarantine and no gatherings, Oklahoma Hospitality Club will resume monthly luncheon meetings, beginning Oct.

Annual Ale Trail offers beer, food, fun

By Erica Smith, for The OklahomanEDMOND — Registration is underway for the fifth annual OK Ale Trail. The event, scheduled for 11 a.m.

Boys & Girls Clubs receives $100,000 grant

By Erica Smith, for The Oklahoman

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