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Choose your Hearthstone Winter Champion for free card packs

There's only one more stop remaining on the Hearthstone Championship Tour before heading over to the Hearthstone World Championship. The HCT Winter Championship is set to kick off Feb. 28, bringing together 16 of the top players in the world to compete for not only a hefty prize pool, but also for a chance to head off to that World Championship tournament in Chinese Taipei. But Blizzard is also offering something for the average Hearthstone player in the form of free card packs.

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Alejandro Danois reflects on the inspiration behind, ‘The Boys of Dunbar: A story of love, hope, and basketball’

In the 1980s, Baltimore, like many other American cities, endured a crack cocaine epidemic. But one Baltimore high school's basketball team, the Dunbar Poets, coached by Bob Wade, a local athlete who had become an NFL star, defied the odds. Wade led the team through multiple winning years, and he also sent four players – Muggsy Bogues, Reggie Williams, David Wingate and Reggie Lewis – on to NBA careers.

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Parents @ Play: A sneak peak into 2019 toy trends

Well, it's February, so you know what that means. Parents@Play headed out to the New York Toy Fair to check out all the newest toys and games. Some of this year's trends are continuations of last year's, albeit somewhat updated. For example, dinosaurs, "mermaid" sequins (the kind that flip from one color to another), llamas, unicorns, glitter everything, narwhals, and coding games and toys are everywhere. As are blind bags, DIY and make it yourself kits, toys that require or interact extensively with apps, and poop. Yes, all sorts of poop in all sorts of ways. And the winner for combining trends goes to.... Glitter poop that uses an app. Wow.

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Ex-etiquette: Father texts daughter too much

Q: I have been divorced for 8 years and we have a 15 year old daughter. My daughter is supposed to see her father every other weekend, but she is very busy with volleyball and Leadership and has no free time. Her father is the bus driver on the bus she uses to get to school – he texts her during the ride, texts her after school, texts her before his weekend to check in to see if she would like to visit. My daughter is a polite child and so she talks to him, but it's just too much. How do you handle when a parent texts their child too much? What's good ex-etiquette?

Here are The Telegraph’s favorite pets

It's National Love Your Pet Day! We have collected our favorite photographs of our favorite critters. Send us yours!