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The $3.5 million spectacles said to ward off evil

Two pairs of 17th-century glasses are expected to fetch millions of dollars at auction next month. The jewel-encrusted spectacles, which feature lenses made from diamond and emerald rather than glass, are believed to have originally belonged to royals in the Mughal Empire, which once ruled over the Indian subcontinent.

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In photos: New York Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2022

Following the recent scaled-down and digitalized editions of New York Fashion Week, designers returned to the runway in full force this season. With a packed schedule of in-person shows, big names have been putting on sartorial spectacles, enlisting supermodels like Gigi Hadid and bringing greater inclusivity to the catwalk.

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'I have had sex, and Jesus still loves me' wins 'Bachelorette' argument

There are few more unifying spectacles than that of someone who seems terrible making a conspicuous fool of himself on television. This week, audiences -- and seconds later, Twitter -- lit up as Luke P., the villain of this season of reality dating show "The Bachelorette," was finally sent packing by his self-avowed true love, Hannah Brown.

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Opinion: Why I'm not feeling this historic 'Jeopardy!' run

Those of you old enough to remember watching Secretariat's Triple Crown-winning run at the 1973 Belmont Stakes can likely recall how it made our eyes grow big and our hearts beat faster as that horse's lead against his competition stretched to five, 10, 20 lengths and beyond. It was one of the most breathtaking sports spectacles of the last century, and it practically made almost every sentient being levitate, whether witnessing it in person or watching it on TV.

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Broadway ditches age-old processes to run shows with iPads

From Elsa's magic in Frozen -- and those gigantic ice shards that rise from the stage -- to social media taking on a nearly principle role in Dear Evan Hansen, the Great White Way produces some of Broadway's most elaborate and technical stage spectacles two times a day.

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Opinion: We don't want authoritarian spectacles

Trump's need for events to revolve primarily around him and include displays of admiring attention puts him in the category of leaders who create cults of personality around themselves, writes Ruth-Ben Ghiat.

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Bespectacled Chung enjoying the shot clock

MILAN (Reuters) - South Korea's Chung Hyeon said he hopes the shot clock being tested out at the inaugural Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan will become a regular feature on the Tour because it allows him to clean his spectacles without worrying.

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