Links to the past with relevance today:
MSN: The family of Gina Lollobrigida, 92, have accused her 32-year-old manager (and onetime chauffeur) of defrauding her of millions, including properties, a car and cash.
DO YOU REMEMBER?: A decades-old mystery may be unraveling as the Vatican announces it has found two sets of bones near the tombs of two 19th century German princesses ... bones that don't belong there. Could this be what happened to a Vatican employee's 15-year-old daughter who went missing?
ULTIMATE CLASSIC ROCK: RIP Art Neville of the Neville Brothers, who has died at 81.
MENTAL FLOSS: Welcome to the world's only ventriloquism museum.
BOY CULTURE: A look at what constitutes "camp" through the years, from the 17th century through now.
LOS ANGELES MAGAZINE: Bob Damron's Address Book was like a '70s version of the Green Book — for gay men.
PEOPLE: Austin Butler, 27, looks nothing like Elvis Presley (1935-1977), but he's been cast to play him in a major new biopic. Is a dye-job enough?!
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