DEAR ABBY: Six years ago, not long after I announced to my family that I was going to be married, my parents decided to divorce because Dad had been cheating on Mom. Because I allowed him to walk me down the aisle, she didn’t attend my wedding. I was extremely hurt by it, but decided to forgive and forget. Unfortunately, my mother could not do that. For the last six years, she has ignored my phone calls and text messages. I have sent cards and gifts for birthdays, Christmas and Mother’s Day and received no acknowledgment (although she does generally send me a generic birthday or Christmas card). We were very close before all this started, and I have tried reaching out to her in every way I know
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He was by all accounts brilliant - except for last week, when he tried to pull off a daring stunt that ended his life. A Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate died Wednesday when he fell to his death on campus, as he tried to climb the Great Dome - a time-honored tradition of one-upsmanship at the prestigious Cambridge university, authorities said. Computer programmer Nicholas Paggi - a 2015 MIT grad and a Bayville, New Jersey native - was with roommates who are MIT graduate students when he fell. “He came down the side of one of the roofs, came across the front and slipped going back up the other side,” his mother, Helga Paggi, told CBS in Boston from her home in Toms River, New Jersey.
Two conservative journalists have sparked outcry on social media by making what some have interpreted as a white supremacist hand symbol at a recent visit to the White House. “Just two people doing a white power hand gesture in the White House,” Fusion senior reporter Emma Roller tweeted, alongside a screenshot of the picture.
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I had fun watching “The Godfather” reunion Q&A panel on Facebook. At least I was at home. Some people were in Radio City Music Hall, where they’d been since at least 1 pm onward for seven or right hours without food. The finale of the Tribeca Film Festival took place not in Tribeca but at 49th St. and Sixth Avenue, but that’s another story. For the reunion, director Taylor Hackford moderated an austere panel that included: director Francis Ford Coppola, Al Pacino, Robert DeNiro, Robert Duvall, Talia Shire, James Caan and Diane Keaton. Marlon Brando is dead. Producer Al Ruddy was in the audience. Former Paramount chief Robert Evans was mentioned- a lot. Peter Bart, who makes it seem like he made