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From Titanic to the soaring heights of The Aviator
For Leonardo DiCaprio, it was one of those moments when he didn't know whether to laugh or cry. There he was, in a South American rainforest, studying the effects of mercury poisoning in the Amazon, when he was confronted by a group of naked Ind...  | Read.. 
 
Chicago bug bites Phantom opera
Six Oscars and big profits for Chicago have sparked a new frenzy for filming musicals, with Andrew Lloyd Webber's ...  | Read.. 
 
Living together' Get it in writing
Couples who live together in Britain without getting married were warned today that they risk losing their homes and pos ...  | Read.. 
 
This Christmas, wait for a postcard from a Titan
It may come down with a crunch ' or a squelch. Its creators are hoping for a splash. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cardin couture on the block
French fashion legend Pierre Cardin is putting much of his empire up for sale, seeking $1 billion for his couture and licens ...  | Read.. 
 
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Coffee break: Over the top
Astonishingly, even today, many parents believe in bringing up their daughters in the security of a gilded cage, insulated from the realities of life. They believe they are pr...  | Read.. 
 
Response: 'What a mess you are in!'
My first cousin, 27 years old, wants to get married. Her parents are particularly interested in a friend of mine who fits the bill of a 'perfect son-in-law'. Now, they want me...  | Read.. 
 
Actor Diane Kruger at the UK premiere of the film National Treasure in London. (Reuters)