Wizard of Oz

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D.C. Tech Company Develops ‘Dorothy’ App

It may not be the ruby-red slippers seen in “The Wizard of Oz,” but one D.C.-based tech company created a phone app based on the premise of those magical shoes.


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Your City Guide to Washington, D.C.

Refer to this guide to the best dining, lodging and attractions in Washington D.C.


Statue of Liberty (Credit, Randy Yagi)

How To Save On Sightseeing In New York City

Many of New York’s top attractions can be visited for free or at a discount.


The costume worn by George Clooney in the film Batman and Robin (bottom C) and Halle Berry?s costume (L) from the 2004 film Catwoman are seen during a ceremony at the National Museum of American History as Warner Bros. donates memorabilia to the museum on March 8, 2013. More than 30 objects from 13 Warner Bros. films spanning 1942 to 2005 will be added to the National Museum of American History?s entertainment collections, including props from the 2005 film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and a selection of stop-action puppets used by director Tim Burton for the 2005 film Corpse Bride.      (Photo credit: NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

Warner Bros. Gives ‘Superman,’ ‘Batman’ Relics to Smithsonian

George Clooney’s “Batman” mask, Christopher Reeve’s costume from “Superman III” and Halle Berry’s “Catwoman” suit are joining the collection of Hollywood artifacts at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.


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‘Wicked’ Witch Costume Joining Dorothy’s Ruby Slippers at Smithsonian

A witch hat, dress and broom from Broadway’s ‘Wicked’ will join Dorothy’s ruby slippers from ‘The Wizard of Oz’ in the collection at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.


The famous ruby slippers worn by actress Judy Garland in the character of Dorothy in the "Wizard of Oz" on display at the Smithsonian Mueseum of American History. (credit: KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

Ruby Slippers from “Wizard of Oz” Headed to London

They’re not in Kansas anymore. Dorothy’s ruby slippers from ‘The Wizard of Oz’ are leaving Washington on their first international journey to London’s Victoria and Albert Museum.