Month: January 2023

Everyone should know the story of Ellen and William Craft, the subjects of Ilyon Woo’s Master Slave Husband Wife: An Epic Journey From Slavery to Freedom. In 1848, Ellen, a light-skinned Black woman, disguised herself as a wealthy, young white man in a wheelchair. William, her husband, accompanied Ellen as an enslaved man, tending to
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Matt Reeves set the tone for Miracles, a supernatural and spiritual procedural series that’s full of the director’s trademark touches. “What’s the point of faith if it’s never tested?”“I’m beginning to think that we’re on our own down here…” Matt Reeves has comfortably made a name for himself as not only one of horror and
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Jeezy, October 2022 (Paras Griffin/Getty Images) News Jeezy and Live Nation Not Responsible for Fatal 2014 Concert Shooting, Appellate Court Rules The family of Eric Johnson Jr. had filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the rapper and entertainment company By Madison Bloom January 26, 2023 Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter A new ruling from a California
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Play video content MEGA Sorry, Joe Burrow … Brad Pitt is definitely NOT in the Bengals’ corner this weekend — saying Thursday night he’s still ridin’ or dyin’ with his hometown team!!! The “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” star made the not-so-shocking football pick after finishing up filming some scenes for his new flick
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View gallery Image Credit: Steven Bergman/AFF-USA.COM / MEGA / Gregory Pace/Shutterstock Another Real Housewives reunion, another drama! During the taping of The Real Housewives of Miami Season 5 reunion, Bravo host Andy Cohen, 54, posted a video of him saying sorry to Larsa Pippen, 48, on Jan. 26. “We’re still shooting, and I didn’t have screaming at Larsa on my bingo
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Goldie Taylor’s absolutely stunning memoir is dedicated to “the women who made me.” Taylor’s mother, her Auntie Gerald, Auntie Killer and Grandma Alice come to shimmering life in this tough and tender book. The Love You Save depicts Black life in East St. Louis in the 1970s and ’80s, evoking Taylor’s family’s voices and experiences
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Neon and Topic Studios present writer/director Brandon Cronenberg’s Infinity Pool at 1,835 theaters in a lively specialty weekend sandwiched between a new crop of Sundance films and noteworthy expansions in the glow of Oscar nominations. Infinity Pool, staring Alexander Skarsgard, Mia Goth, Cleopatra Coleman and Jalil Lespert, had a splashy debut last weekend in the
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Taylor Swift in “Lavender Haze,” directed by Taylor Swift News Taylor Swift Shares New “Lavender Haze” Video: Watch Swift wrote and directed the latest visual from her new album, Midnights By Allison Hussey January 27, 2023 Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter Taylor Swift has shared a new video for her Midnights track “Lavender Haze.” Swift wrote
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In the Goodreads monthly roundups of new books to watch out for, they often highlight eye-catching titles, whether they’re poetic, surprising, or particularly punny. Today, they gathered up some of the best new titles (August 2022 to January 2023 releases) in their own post. Goodreads notes that titles long enough to be a complete sentence
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Rick Astley, Yung Gravy (Getty Images) News Rick Astley Enlists “Blurred Lines” Lawyer to Sue Yung Gravy Over Vocal Impersonation The “Never Gonna Give You Up” singer claims that Yung Gravy and his collaborators “have literally stolen [Astley’s] voice” for the hit song “Betty (Get Money)” By Rob Arcand January 27, 2023 Facebook Twitter Facebook
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Two-time Caldecott Honor recipient Marla Frazee brings her considerable talents to a timeless celebration of birth and life in In Every Life, a wonder of a picture book.  In an introductory note, Frazee shares the long history of her book’s inception. In 1998, she witnessed a call-and-response-style blessing for a new baby. She’s made a
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Back in 2008 when the original Dead Space was released, players were almost immediately enamored with its action-inspired gameplay, space horror setting, and next-generation technology that elevated the experience to a level never seen before. It’s a game whose legacy lives on and has yet to be replicated properly even by its own sequels that
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