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Selma Blair will receive the Equity in Entertainment Award at The Hollywood Reporter’s annual Women in Entertainment gala on Dec. 8 for increasing the visibility of people with disabilities in Hollywood.
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A self-portrait by artist Frida Kahlo sold for just under $35 million this week at Sotheby’s in New York. The sale highlighted how the works of women artists can command incredible sums on the world market. But that hardly tells the whole story. Anthony Mason has more.
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Erika Verdecia walked out of her Broward County home on Sept. 24 to buy cigarettes and never came back. Her parents Erico and Carmen Verdecia grew concerned when they realized her phone was off, she wasn’t sharing anything on social media and her friends didn’t know where she was.
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