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One of Anne Hathaway’s best movies is The Devil Wears Prada where aspiring writer Andy decides to work as an assistant under Miranda Priestly, one of the toughest fashion magazine editors in the business. However, as the working relationship between Andy and Miranda strengthens, her romantic relationship with her boyfriend, Nate, deteriorates. Years after The
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News Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon Announces Wisconsin Get-Out-the-Vote Events “No one is more powerful than a citizenry that is empowered and together”—Justin Vernon By Matthew Strauss October 28, 2022 Facebook Twitter Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, photo by Eric Timothy Carlson & Graham Tolbert Facebook Twitter Back in 2020, Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon launched the nonpartisan
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Three films opening this weekend highlight women’s rights, class and racism — nothing ripped from today’s headlines exactly, but features with a distinctive moment and point of view that appear particularly relevant today. Call Jane, Holy Spider and Armageddon Time join Tár, Till, The Banshees of Inisherin and others already in theaters as it gets
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Lewis began his career in the ’50s and rose to fame as one of the most famous rock n’ roll singers and pianists. The four-time Grammy winner’s most recent album, gospel record Jimmy Lee & Jerry Lee: The Boys From Ferriday, which was released in July 2022, is a collaboration with his cousin Swaggart, a televangelist “who
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News Pulp Reunite for First Shows in 11 Years Jarvis Cocker reforms the beloved Sheffield outfit for shows in UK and Ireland By Jazz Monroe October 28, 2022 Facebook Twitter Pulp (David Wolff – Patrick/Redferns via Getty Images) Facebook Twitter Pulp will return to the stage next year for the first time since their 2011-12
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Publishers in the U.K. say that books prices will likely rise. The increase is due to a rise in paper and energy costs, as well as the influences of Brexit. Founder of Jacaranda Books Arts Music, Valerie Branded, said that the cost of all formats of books were likely to rise 10-20%. This rise in
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When award-winning British journalist Simon Parkin (A Game of Birds and Wolves) dug through the National Archives in London looking for a story idea, he literally found one: A newspaper called The Camp was mistakenly folded between some pages. Produced by German and Austrian internees at a camp for “enemy aliens” during World War II,
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News Weyes Blood Shares New Video for “Grapevine”: Watch The single from Natalie Mering’s upcoming album, And in the Darkness, Hearts Aglow, was released earlier this month By Madison Bloom October 28, 2022 Facebook Twitter Weyes Blood (Still from “Grapevine” music video). Facebook Twitter Weyes Blood has released a new video for her single “Grapevine.”
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News Taylor Swift Removes “Fat” Scale From “Anti-Hero” Video Following Criticism The visual was edited to remove a reading on a scale that’s been criticized as fatphobic By Matthew Strauss October 27, 2022 Facebook Twitter Taylor Swift, September 2022 (Terry Wyatt/Getty Images) Facebook Twitter Taylor Swift has removed a scene from her “Anti-Hero” music video
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In case you missed it on Instagram, Fashion Trust Arabia held its fourth annual FTA Prize Award ceremony last night. The international fashion set, including Naomi Campbell, Bella Hadid, and even Janet Jackson flocked to Qatar’s capital of Doha to join the festivities alongside Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, honorary chair of FTA, founder
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Kindred, written by MacArthur Fellow and award-winning author Octavia Butler, has been adapted into a drama series that will premiere exclusively on Hulu Tuesday, December 13. Kindred was first published in 1979 and later adapted into a graphic novel in 2017. It follows Dana, a Black woman living in California in 1976. After celebrating her
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Universal/Working Title’s Ticket to Paradise has winged past the $100 million mark globally. With Tuesday’s grosses included, the Julia Roberts–George Clooney rom-com’s split is $20.6M domestic and $81.9M from the international box office for a worldwide total of $102.5M so far. Having released early overseas, Ticket to Paradise, directed by Ol Parker, just went out
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