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  • “You couldn’t buy your way in”: Anna Wintour biographer on her power, from the Met Gala to Wimbledon
    Upstaging the recent Met Gala, even more so than Kim Kardashian apparently wearing a priceless Marilyn Monroe gown some thought should be preserved, was the news that broke during the opulent event: the leak of a Supreme Court draft opinion that could mean the reversal of Roe V. Wade, ending safe and legal abortion. The evening of the ball, social media became an upsetting...
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  • ‘A Hall of Fame legacy:’ Remembering the one-of-a-kind life and career of Bobby Bowden
    7:30 AM ET Longtime Florida State booster David Mobley, an accountant in Atlanta, remembers telling Bobby Bowden that he had picked up one of the legendary coach’s former players, Tom Pridemore, as a client. “Tommy Pridemore’s momma made the best rabbit and biscuits I’ve ever had,” Bowden told Mobley. Pridemore, now 65, had played safety for Bowden at West...
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  • ‘A Journal For Jordan’ Heads To Christmas; Sony Also Dates Untitled Marvel Pics
    Sony will now open the Denzel Washington directed drama A Journal for Jordan on Christmas Day instead of an initial launch on Dec. 10 in NYC and LA with a wider break on Dec. 22. In the John Burnham Schwartz and Virgil Williams screenplay adapted from the Dana Canedy article, 1st Sgt. Charles Monroe King (Michael B. Jordan), before he is killed in action in Baghdad, authors a journal...
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  • ‘Barry’ S3E2 Recap: Going Full Psycho
    Bill Hader as Barry Warrick Page/HBO Barry Bergman is a professional killer. We’ve known this from the beginning, but the tone of Barry and his placement as a conflicted protagonist has enabled us to sympathize with him regardless. For many viewers, the world of violent crime, cops and robbers, is abstract. It’s fantasy, easy to enjoy from a place of emotional distance. But on this week’s...
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  • ‘Barry’: Bill Hader Ponders Second Chances In Season 3 Teaser Trailer
    Bill Hader is seeking out redemption in the Barry Season 3 teaser trailer ahead of the show’s April 24 premiere at 10 p.m. ET/PT. The Emmy Award-winning show’s long-awaited return will focus on Barry (Hader) as he’s trying to untangle himself from his career as a contract killer to follow his dreams of becoming an actor. But he won’t just be able to clean out his...
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  • ‘Freestyle Love Supreme’ To Make Broadway Comeback As Lin-Manuel Miranda Continues Juggernaut
    Freestyle Love Supreme, the improvisational rap musical revue co-created by Lin-Manuel Miranda, is returning to Broadway’s Booth Theatre for a strictly limited three-month engagement in October, producers announced today. “If live theater is coming back, so is FLS,” said Miranda, who co-created the show with Thomas Kail and Anthony Veneziale. “Our most important...
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  • ‘I Just Pray That They Get Better’ – CBS Philly
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Joe Girardi was fired as the Phillies’ manager on Friday, but that didn’t stop him from making an appearance on MLB Network Radio after learning of his dismissal. “I think we gave too many extra outs, that probably cost of four or five games, maybe, maybe even more,” Girardi said. “I think at times our bullpen struggled. I can look back on this last week when we were, I...
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  • ‘I Quit My 9-5 Job to Create With Lego For a Living’
    When I was younger, art was my means of expressing myself in a safe way. I didn’t really come from a creative family, but I was always fascinated by puzzles and art. Even as a teenager in Connecticut I would spend most of my free time painting and drawing in the art room at school. I was captivated by mural art and massive artistic creations so I wanted to go to art school, but I...
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  • ‘Kiss Me Kate’ review at Marriott Theatre: glorious score, fabulous cast elevate troublesome plot
    There are several very good reasons to see the Marriott Theatre’s staging of “Kiss Me Kate.” You’ll see a marvelous musical — if you can ignore the plot and wholly focus on Cole Porter’s music and the spectacular choreography Alex Sanchez creates for director Johanna McKenzie Miller’s staging. But that plot (book by Sam and Bella Spewack) largely lifted from Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the...
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  • ‘Life has beaten me up’
    At least her ego isn’t bruised. Madonna showed off a massive black and blue mark on her thigh while posing for a series of sexy pics shared to Instagram on Wednesday. “Life has beaten me up! Do you think I give a F–k,” the singer, 63, wrote in the caption, adding, “Only the Devil Cares…. HOMEWEAR ………….. @versace.” The pics reveal a giant bruise spanning the entire side of Madonna’s upper...
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