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Your guide to the major Oscar nominations for 2018
Here's everything you need to know, and then some, to watch the Academy Awards on Sunday night.
Poll: Will you watch the Oscars on Sunday?
'Shape of Water' wins top prize as Oscars celebrate new breed
Hollywood's changing perspective is reflected by a refreshing crop of Hollywood talent.
Film, not politics, at the heart of 2018 Oscars ceremony
Jimmy Kimmel's goal: Set the tone for a party that acknowledged cultural movements without letting them take over the evening.
#MeToo takes muted tone on Oscars red carpet
The issues of sexism and sexual harassment stayed in the background as stars arrived for Sunday's ceremony.
Why the Oscars red carpet needs more feminism: 'This is not the year to talk fashion'
Protests on the Golden Globes red carpet were refreshing. Here's why Hollywood should take the feminist cause even further.
TV & Media
Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel has become conscience of late-night TV: 'People like seeing real emotions'
Since last hosting the Oscars, he's evolved into late-night TV's moral voice.
Beat it, Oscar – here are the real movie awards
The Covert Commendations cut through the hollow hoopla of the Academy Awards.
Oscar nominations reflect a new era in Hollywood as women get their due
Stories by and about women stake their claim to Academy Award nominations.
Oscars 2018: Handicapping the 9 nominees for best picture
Which movie will come out on top on Oscar night?
Oscar best actor: Who should win and who got robbed
SHOULD WIN: Daniel Day-Lewis, “Phantom Thread” Role: Reynolds Woodcock, obsessive London couturier. In his favor: A joyfully complex role as an enigmatic, vulnerable egomaniac…
Oscar supporting actress: There's one clear favorite in the field
WILL WIN (AND SHOULD WIN): Allison Janney, “I, Tonya” Role: LaVona Golden, Tonya Harding’s spiteful mother. In her favor: Janney is on fire here,…
Oscar best actress: There's one sure bet, but all the nominees are worthy
WILL (AND SHOULD) WIN Frances McDormand, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” Role: Mildred Hayes, a raging, grieving mother. In her favor: A great role…
Oscar supporting actor: Who'll win, and who deserves it more
WILL WIN: Sam Rockwell, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” Role: Jason Dixon, a doofus police deputy. In his…
New Order announces first Minnesota show in 29 years Aug. 23 at the Palace
Actor brings her Obie Award-winning N.Y. role home to Minneapolis
First-ever Frebella Fest to combat eating disorders with Haley, Cactus Blossoms
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Urged by Mpls. police, EMS staff subdued dozens with a sedative
Scoggins: Young Twins' struggles leave organization at a crossroads
Hughes could endanger Sherels' roster spot with Vikings
All 5 first ladies speak out on family separations at border
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