A DVD display featuring films that were either past Oscar winners or past Oscar nominees (in any category), set up in Feb 2016 at the Bennett Martin Public Library in downtown Lincoln, NE.

A DVD display featuring films that were either past Oscar winners or past Oscar nominees (in any category), set up in Feb 2016 at the Bennett Martin Public Library in downtown Lincoln, NE.

a picture of leonardo di caprio crying, made out of pictures of oscar winners - Imgur | Pinned by http://www.thismademelaugh.com

a picture of leonardo di caprio crying, made out of pictures of oscar winners

Linda Vallejo Brownwashed Past Oscar Winners In ‘Make ‘Em All Mexican’ Collection (Linda Vallejo. Courtesy of the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center)

Linda Vallejo Brownwashed Past Oscar Winners in 'Make 'Em All Mexican' Collection

Olivia de Havilland presenting the 75th Past Oscar Winner Reunion  with 58 other past acting winners, and current acting winners Catherine Zeta-Jones, Nicole Kidman, Adrien Brody, Chris Cooper and Peter O'Toole at the 75th Academy Awards® in 2003. Introduced by Frank Pierson.

Olivia de Havilland presenting the Past Oscar Winner Reunion with 58 other past acting winners, and current acting winners Catherine Zeta-Jones, Nicole .

Let's Look Back At Just How White Past Oscar Winners Have Been

Let's Look Back At Just How White Past Oscar Winners Have Been

"When I look down at this golden statue, may it remind me and every little child, that no matter where you're from, your dreams a valid" Lupita Nyong'o

Happy tears courtesy of past Oscar winners and their amazing heartfelt acceptance speeches. #HGparty #Oscars

9 Oscar Acceptance Speeches That Will Give You Happy Tears

Happy tears courtesy of past Oscar winners and their amazing heartfelt acceptance speeches.

3/6/14 4:14a  The Academy Awards: Oscar Family: Loretta Young 1947, Jane Wyman 1948, Susan Hayward 1958, Audrey Hepburn 1953, Grace Kelly 1954, Sophia Loren 1961, Simone Signoret  1959,  Elizabeth Taylor 1966, Barbra Streisand 1968, Julie  Andrews 1964,  Julie Christie 1965, Liza Minnelli  1972, Maggie Smith 1969,  Jane Fonda  1978, Sally Field 1979.

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The Academy Awards: Oscar Family: Loretta Young Jane Wyman Susan Hayward Audrey Hepburn Grace Kelly Sophia Loren Simone Signoret Elizabeth Taylor Barbra Streisand Julie Andrews Julie Christie Liza Minnelli Maggie Smith Jane Fonda Sally Field

An infographic by Media Run Digital shows every dress worn by a Best Actress winner since 1929.

Here Is Every Best Actress Oscar Winner's Gown Since 1929

Every dress worn by Best Actress Academy Awards winners.Photo: Mediarun Digital Best Actress Oscar winners are kind of like the prom queens of (Quick lesson in fashion history: this amazing infographic of Best Actress winners' gowns!

Nicole Kidman and Sissy Spacek - 2003  At 5'11" (without heels!), Nicole Kidman was already a head taller than the petite Sissy Spacek, but the two looked chummy backstage in 2003. Six-time nominee (and 1981 Best Actress winner) Spacek was there to participate in the 75th Past Oscar Winners reunion, and she congratulated Kidman on winning Best Actress for her work in "The Hours." (Photo courtesy AMPAS)

Behind the Scenes Oscar Moments. Nicole Kidman and Sissy Spacek arriving, 2002 Academy Awards ceremony.

Sidney Poitier:the first black Best Actor Oscar winner in 1963 for Lilies of the Field & an Honorary Oscar in 2002

ღღ Sidney Poitier:the first black Best Actor Oscar winner in 1963 for Lilies of the Field & an Honorary Oscar in 2002

Hattie McDaniel receives Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for her role in Gone With the Wind. She was the first African American to earn an Oscar. She gave a brief but beautiful acceptance speech.

Oscars Past: Ten Most Memorable Moments - a list by IMDb-Editors

As expected, it didn't take long for Neil Patrick Harris to bust into song. And it was awesome! NPH, with some help, performed a nearly five-minute song about past Oscar winners and 2015 nominees. The humorous song featured Anna Kendrick and Jack Black and even included the line, "I hope someone pulls a Kanye West." Afterward, NPH joked, "That whole thing, totally improvised."

What's buzzing at the 2015 Academy Awards

Neil Patrick Harris opened the 2015 Oscars with a song and dance routine starring Anna Kendrick and Jack Black.

Kids in Baltimore, MD use "yo" as a gender-neutral pronoun. Click through to read the NPR article.  Their intention does not seem to be to correct sexist language, but that is the end result nonetheless.

'Yo' Said What?

Study: Latino Children Make Up For Academic Shortcomings With Strong Social Skills / Support NPR

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