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Dining, shopping and nightlife

Dining, shopping and nightlife


  1. Los Angeles might be 5,000 miles from the United Kingdom but this city is gearing up for the royal wedding. Angie Crouch reports for the NBC4 News on Tuesday, May 15, 2018.


  2. The owner of a New York City condo who is trying to sell a luxurious condo in the famed Atelier building takes the word amenities to a whole other level — one could even say to a whole other world! For the price...

    Photo Credit: Daniel Neiditch/River 2 River Realty


  3. The famous "Mushroom House" of Bethesda, Maryland, is going back on the market after an extensive renovation, its real estate agent told News4.

    Photo Credit: Compass


  4. Nintendo announced that the NES Classic Edition will return to store shelves on June 29. The retro NES console was first released in 2016 and comes preloaded with 30 classic games.

    Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area


  5. The Cannes International Film Festival kicked off Tuesday with Hollywood stars like Kristen Stewart, Cate Blanchett and Ava DuVernay arriving on the red carpet.

    Photo Credit: Tristan Fewings/Getty Images


  6. Kelly Towles, the festival's regional director, says the festival runs from May 5 until May 14 and is a celebration of art.


  7. While many know of his Paisley Park estate, it appears Prince couldn't resist putting his purple mark elsewhere.

    Photo Credit: Bernadette Hunt/Premiere Estates


  8. The hours that fall between 4 in the afternoon and 8 in the evening? There are a few ways to break those down. It's a full 1/6 of the day, so, yeah, it's a good chunk of time.

    Photo Credit: Häagen-Dazs


  9. See Rihanna, Katy Perry, Ariana Grande and more dressed to this year's theme: "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination."


  10. Clear the Shelters takes place Aug. 18 across the country. NBC and Telemundo stations are pleased to team up with hundreds of shelters nationwide for the fourth annual animal adoption drive.


  11. Over the summer, movie ticket startup MoviePass started offering its users one movie every day of the month for $10. Over the weekend, MoviePass changed its terms and conditions for new users, restricting them...

    Photo Credit: Darron Cummings/AP, File


  12. Cinco de Mayo is here. Saturday marks the 156th anniversary of the holiday synonymous with margaritas, cervezas (beer) and Mexican food.

    Photo Credit: Denver Post via Getty Images


  13. NBC and Telemundo stations across the country will team up with hundreds of shelters nationwide on Aug. 18 for the fourth annual Clear the Shelters animal adoption drive.


  14. In honor of National Adopt A Shelter Pet Day, which aims to bring awareness to the nation’s animal-homelessness crisis, we’d like to remind you that on Aug. 18, NBC and Telemundo stations across the country will...

    Photo Credit: Getty Images


  15. The Gerlach clan gathered at the Happiest Place on Earth for an unusual and sweet reunion.

    Photo Credit: Disneyland Resort


  16. Four-foot-tall, "wide-eyed" robots with touch screens are now dancing, playing games and taking selfies with Smithsonian visitors at six museums, the Smithsonian announced Tuesday. The robots, all named Pepper,...

    Photo Credit: @Smithsonian
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  17. One of the most in-demand items of the Hunter for Target collection will not be released, Target announced.

    Photo Credit: Target


  18. The Kardashians announced they will be closing all of their Dash boutiques. "After nearly 12 years, my sisters and I have decided to close the doors of our Dash stores," Kim Kardashian said in a statement...

    Photo Credit: Getty Images


  19. D.C. has a tiny new arrival! A newborn gorilla made his arrival Sunday, the Smithsonian's National Zoo has announced. Calaya, one of the zoo's western lowland gorillas, gave birth to a boy at 6:25 p.m.

    Photo Credit: Smithsonian's National Zoo
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  20. “Pass the Mayochup” could soon be a thing – if Twitter says so.

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  21. Pennsylvania's Sesame Place has become the first theme park in the world designated as a Certified Autism Center (CAC), saying it has committed to special training for workers and assistance for families...

    Photo Credit: Sesame Place


  22. On Monday, Domino's Pizza launched a first-of-its-kind gaming experience, with pizza as the top prize. The pizza chain's "Piece of the Pie Pursuit" is capitalizing on the steadily growing popularity of...

    Photo Credit: Getty Images, File


  23. The White House has hosted Easter egg rolls each year since 1878. Click through for images of egg rolls past.

    Photo Credit: AP


  24. Dunkin' is taking its popular slogan to heart and wants customers to "run" with another Massachusetts brand. The Canton-based company has teamed up with Waltham-based Saucony to "keep Bostonians running"...


  25. A Minneapolis castle known as the "Harry Potter House" or the "Hogwarts House" is back on the market for $2.9 million.