Nick Cordero’s Dressing Gown Turned Into ‘Memory Bear’ for Young Son

Nick Cordero's Dressing Gown Turned Into 'Memory Bear' for Young Son
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The former dressing gown used by the late star for his last stage show ‘Rock of Ages’ has been turned into an adorable stuffed toy for his toddler son Elvis.

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Nick Cordero‘s widow Amanda Kloots has turned the tragic actor’s old dressing gown into a teddy bear for their toddler son as a special keepsake.

The Broadway star lost his battle with the coronavirus in July (20), and Kloots has continually

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Cancel Thanksgiving? My mother can’t bear the thought.

“What are we going to do about Thanksgiving?” my mother asked weeks ago.

“Nothing!” I answered immediately, and my stepfather wholeheartedly agreed.

To my amazement, my mother has cooked and hosted a full Thanksgiving meal for more than a dozen people since she was 22 years old, an age at which I still survived chiefly on mac and cheese and Hot Pockets.

It’s one of her favorite holidays. And not hosting would be another loss,

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This already-giant bear ‘packed on the pounds’ and won ‘Fat Bear Week’ for his efforts

The votes are in and the fattest of the fat bears at an Alaska national park has been named.

This year, Bear 747 got more than 47,000 votes to be crowned the fattest of them all.

Thousands of people voted during Fat Bear Week 2020. Every fall, Katmai National Park and Preserve hosts its annual Fat Bear Week, an online tournament to honor the fattest of the fat bears.

“With sizes rivaling buildings, freight trains,

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What is Fat Bear Week? You can vote to crown the heftiest in Alaska national park

The bears at an Alaska national park are fattening up, and their fans will honor them for it.

Every fall, Katmai National Park and Preserve hosts its annual Fat Bear Week, an online tournament to honor the fattest of the fat bears.

More than 2,200 brown bears call the national park home, and it is “one of the premier brown bear viewing areas in the world,” the National Park Service said.

“As many bear populations

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