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The Reel Buzz: 'Harry Potter' live-action TV series in the works at HBO Max: Reports

It might be time to dust off your wands - a new “Harry Potter” TV series is reportedly in the works at HBO Max. No writers or talent are currently attached to the project. See the details.
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Disney World restaurant unveils new grilled cheese with doughnuts as buns

A restaurant located at Disney World unveiled a new menu item recently that quickly went viral. The new item is a grilled cheese that replaces the bread with doughnuts as the bun. The restaurant is located at Disney Springs
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IHOP is spicing things up with new menu items

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, restaurants are doing their part to entice customers to shop at their locations safely. This means rounding up better takeout options, and IHOP is jumping on the trend.
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McDonald’s customer calls 911 after missing breakfast due to long drive-thru line

Police officers typically get calls for crimes, but sometimes it can be for obscure reasons. A McDonald’s customer called 911 after she missed breakfast due to the long drive-thru line.
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Ranking the 10 best Super Bowl Halftime Shows of all time

The Super Bowl halftime show is an event in and of itself. On occasion, there’s more talk about the performance than the game. Let’s take a look at 10 Super Bowl halftime shows that stand out as the best of all time.
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'America's Most Wanted' returns to Fox with new host

10 years after its cancellation, “America’s Most Wanted,” Fox is reviving the series with new host Elizabeth Vargas. Premiering in March on Fox, the show will follow the same format as it did when it was canceled 10 years ago.
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With pet adoptions on the rise, study finds which states favored dogs or cats amid COVID-19

Cats or dogs? The U.S. is a nation divided. With pet adoptions on the rise amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study conducted by Porch.com, sought to find out which states favored what pets in 2020. Read more now.
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Customer leaves $1,400 tip at restaurant along with 'COVID sucks' message

Following a big, hearty breakfast at Notchtop Bakery & Cafe, a generous patron left behind an equally hefty tip. The owner said that the man, only known as David, tipped $1,400 on a $20.04 meal bill. Read more now.
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Food freebies and deals you can snack on for Super Bowl Sunday

You can’t watch the big game on an empty stomach. Here are some good freebies and deals you can snack on for Super Bowl Sunday. Read the latest details on RADIO.COM.
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CVS and Walgreens to offer in-store COVID vaccinations

While millions have been receiving their coronavirus vaccines already, CVS and Walgreens announced it will offer in-store vaccinations. Read the latest details on RADIO.COM.
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