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Return to the dog pound: Nearly 20 years after his first talk show left the airwaves, Arsenio Hall returns tonight with a new version of the program.

The show’s success may hinge on whether Bill Clinton can find his old saxophone in the attic.

Ultimate man cave? Discerning (and well-heeled) doomsday preppers can buy luxury survival bunkers that include such creature comforts as a master bedroom, a dining nook and a couch to watch a 47-inch flat screen TV.

And until the end of the world rolls around, the man of the house can take shelter there when his mother in law visits.

Royal foul-up: Jittery a day after discovering an intruder at Buckingham Palace, police confronted Prince Andrew, the second son of Queen Elizabeth II, in the royal residence’s garden and demanded he identify himself.

Police apologized but said the whole thing would not have happened had Andrew not been wearing a hoodie and munching on Skittles.

— Mark Carlson, Herald staff

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