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How Julie Andrews Made Herself At 'Home' In Hollywood

In a new memoir, the actress writes about the films and creative collaborations — like Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music — that marked the height of her fame.

Chill Day LAKEY INSPIRED
Elevate LAKEY INSPIRED
Branches Break GoGo Penguin
Weird Cat GoGo Penguin
Giant Henge Javier Vercher/Ferenc Nemeth

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'Queer Gym' Empowers LGBTQ+ Clients, Both Physically And Mentally

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How Julie Andrews Made Herself At 'Home' In Hollywood

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Do-Re-Mi The Children
Overture Irwin Kostal
Bait & Switch I/O
Weather Fields I/O
Down the Line José González
Sunspots Bob Mould

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Harold Bloom, A Rare Best-Selling Literary Critic, Dies At 89

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Arête Brambles

Bolivian President Evo Morales (right) with Vice President Álvaro García Linera launch their campaign for reelection in Chimore, Cochabamba department, Bolivia on May 18. The election is set for Oct. 20. Noah Friedman-Rudovsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How Bolivia's Evo Morales Could Win A 4th Term As President

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Spider Web, Pt. 1 The Budos Band
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