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Digging Deep Into The History of Groundhog Day

Groundhog Day derives from Candlemas, a festival that has been celebrated since the fourth century. Traditionally, observers would light candles on an early February day to brighten things up, and monitor the weather to see if spring was approaching. Many poems have been written to celebrate Candlemas, such as this Scottish couplet: "If Candlemas Day is bright and clear, there'll be two winters in the year."
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Bill Murray Is King Of TIFF

For TIFF fans, Bill Murray is Hollywood royalty, but even a performer of his stature wasn't above greeting them in the pouring rain. The actor was soaked as he met with several waiting fans at Toronto...
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Why I Wrote My Own Screenplay For <i>Ghostbusters 3</i>

No matter how it winds up, Ghostbusters 3 is not, and was never going to, please everyone. I hope this doesn't come as a surprise. So whether the upcoming 21st century adventure with proton packs is a blockbuster or just destined to become 'that other one,' I'll have mine and you can have yours.