Whatever Happened to Thora Birch from ‘Hocus Pocus’?

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“I smell children!” Seeing as it’s officially spooky season, it’s time to bust out your perennial Halloween traditions and watch Hocus Pocus for the umpteenth time. Yes, you know all the words to “I Put a Spell on You.” Yes, you know which Sanderson sister you are. And yes, of course you can’t wait for the sequel to be released on Disney+. But do you know what happened to the Disney classic’s youngest breakout star? Take Thora Birch for example. The then-11-year-old played Dani Dennison — Max’s Halloween-loving eight-year-old sister who convinces him to take her trick-or-treating, thereby kick…

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Household Composters Market 2021 Research Report Analysis by Competition, Countries Data, Sales, Revenue, Industry Size, Share and Forecasted 2027

Global “Household Composters Market” Research Report Growth (2021-2027): Global “Household Composters Market” 2021 Research Report gives key examination available status of the Household Composters with best facts and figures, expert opinions, definition, meaning, SWOT analysis and the latest developments across the globe. It also contains projections using a suitable set of assumptions and methodologies The report

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Dynamic Steering Response System Market Analysis From 2021 To 2028 | Global Industry Size, Share, Growth And Regional Forecast To 2028

Dynamic Steering Response System Market Analysis 2021-2028 Report provides strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global Dynamic Steering Response System market as it emerges from the Covid-19 shut down.  The impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on Dynamic Steering Response System has reinforced many trends already shaping the industry

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Undertones: From ‘Satanic’ QR codes and ‘public enemies’, navigating the pandemic in Russia

Published by Global Voices Illustration by Giovana Fleck Welcome to Undertones, the Civic Media Observatory newsletter! In each edition we analyze an event, emerging trend, or a complex story, identifying key narratives of urgent public interest, delving deep into the context and subtext of local, vernacular and multilingual media. Undertones also offers an entry point

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Anwar disturbed by police’s ‘wanted poster’ on Rewcastle-Brown

Published by Malaysiakini (English) Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim said he is disturbed by the police’s recent public appeal for information and issuing of wanted posters against 1MDB whistleblower and Sarawak Report editor Clare Rewcastle-Brown. He called the move by the police an unnecessary public display that reeks of abusive political influence and said it added

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Libyan FM slams ‘superficial’ European migration policy

Published by Al-Araby Libya’s foreign minister on Friday criticised a system of deterring migrants from reaching European shores that she argued fails to address the root of the problem and has so far only served the interest of EU states. Her comments are the latest stab at EU policies that fund forces such as the

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Give me liberty or give me golf | Sheneman

Published by NJ.com “Golf is a good walk spoiled.” — Mark Twain…maybe. Possibly Oscar Wilde…or not. Full disclosure, while I would not call myself a golfer, I have and do occasionally golf. Usually once or twice a year with my dad and brother. I’m better than either of them, and I stink. I can hit

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