Keira Knightley further explained her ban on popular Disney movies but says there are a couple she does allow her daughter to watch

Keira Knightley banned “Cinderella” and “The Little Mermaid” in her home. She does allow some Disney movies though, including “Frozen” and “Moana.” She used Elsa from “Frozen” to explain why there are problems with other Disney movies. Keira Knightley has banned some Disney movies in her home, but has exceptions. The 33-year-old actress told the Press Association what movies she lets her 3-year-old daughter, Edie, watch. “‘Moana’ is big in our house, ‘Inside Out’ is big in our house,” she said. “I just wonder what Elsa (“Frozen”) would say to Ariel (“The Little Mermaid”) and Cinderella because Elsa has some serious opinions about Anna (her sister) going off with a… Read More

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Glory Days: N.J. 2x-state champion ready to lead Princeton wrestling into national spotlight

Delbarton’s Pat Glory was one of Princeton’s top recruits ever and could spark the Tigers to greater heights. The 2018-2019 Princeton University wrestling season is the most anticipated for the program in recent memory, and if the Tigers reach their goals of being a perennial Top-10 team nationally this might be the year that goes down as the unofficial start of a special climb. Backed by a stellar freshman class headlined by two-time NJ.com Wrestler of the Year and state champion Pat Glory, Princeton starts this year nationally ranked by several publications despite a 4-9 dual meet season against a challenging schedule a year ago. Princeton is ranked No. 15… Read More

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Glory Days: N.J. 2x-state champion ready to lead Princeton wrestling into national spotlight

Delbarton’s Pat Glory was one of Princeton’s top recruits ever and could spark the Tigers to greater heights. The 2018-2019 Princeton University wrestling season is the most anticipated for the program in recent memory, and if the Tigers reach their goals of being a perennial Top-10 team nationally this might be the year that goes down as the unofficial start of a special climb. Backed by a stellar freshman class headlined by two-time NJ.com Wrestler of the Year and state champion Pat Glory, Princeton starts this year nationally ranked by several publications despite a 4-9 dual meet season against a challenging schedule a year ago. Princeton is ranked No. 15… Read More

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An optical illusion tricked firefighters into thinking a building was burning

On Halloween night, firefighters in Ireland were tricked by an optical illusion when a building appeared to be burning. The Dublin Fire Brigade posted a video of the illusion on Twitter, and it’s seriously confusing the internet. Take a look at the puzzling video. Looks like the house is on fire…? Its actually the reflection of a large bonfire in the city centre #Dublin #fire #DFBLive #Halloween pic.twitter.com/hsUBItb4jo — Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) October 31, 2018 While it looks like there is a fire in the second-story window, the fire department explained that the building was not, in fact, burning. It was actually just the reflection of a “large bonfire… Read More

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An optical illusion tricked firefighters into thinking a building was burning

On Halloween night, firefighters in Ireland were tricked by an optical illusion when a building appeared to be burning. The Dublin Fire Brigade posted a video of the illusion on Twitter, and it’s seriously confusing the internet. Take a look at the puzzling video. Looks like the house is on fire…? Its actually the reflection of a large bonfire in the city centre #Dublin #fire #DFBLive #Halloween pic.twitter.com/hsUBItb4jo — Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) October 31, 2018 While it looks like there is a fire in the second-story window, the fire department explained that the building was not, in fact, burning. It was actually just the reflection of a “large bonfire… Read More

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