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‘Finding Dory’ is no ‘Finding Nemo’

“Finding Dory” isn’t so much a sequel to “Finding Nemo” as it is a Looney Tunes spin-off: Wilder, sillier, broader and instantly disposable. Released in 2003, the Oscar-winning “Nemo,” the story of a father searching for his son, was only Pixar Animation Studio’s fifth movie yet remains one of its best, a marvelous feat of computer animation married to a resonant story about parenthood and coming of age.

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White-bearded Texan Richard Filip on Saturday won the 2017 Hemingway Look-Alike Contest, a highlight of Key West’s annual Hemingway Days celebration that ended Sunday. The 71-year-old, a retired real estate franchise owner, triumphed over 152 other entrants in the contest’s final round.
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