Month: July 2024

The current crisis over Joe Biden’s frailty has twisted Democrats like me in knots. Wednesday morning, July 10, actor George Clooney published an opinion piece in the New York Times calling for Joe Biden to leave the presidential race and make room for a younger candidate. Clooney joined seven other celebrities asking Biden to step
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Stop-motion animation is responsible for some of the most heartwarming moments in the history of film, but even the most ardent fan of Claymation has to admit that there’s something inherently uncanny about puppetry where you can’t see the strings. The very act of bringing an inanimate humanoid figure to life recalls spooky tales of
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Once upon a time, we didn’t have cell phones. Emergency Quarters, written by Carlos Matias and illustrated by Gracey Zhang, takes us back to those days, while coming with a perfectly worded note for those young enough to not remember technology-free days. Emergency Quarters follows Ernesto through his first week of going to and from
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Though the 2024 movie schedule will not see the release of the film adaptation of Michael Crichton and James Patterson’s best-seller Eruption, the gears are turning pretty fast behind the scenes. As the previous Eruption movie update saw Free Solo and Nyad directors Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi secured as the helmers, a pretty
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On June 28, 2024 Country/rock rising superstar Jenny Grace unveiled one of the best country music songs I’ve ever heard entitled “Ride On” via Tribeca Records. The Nashville recording artist is not only a gifted storyteller but a musical phenomenon…” Ride On” hits you like fireworks in the velvet darkness…the blaze that dares to light
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Harvey Brownstone conducts an in-depth Interview with Richard Karn, Al Borland from “Home Improvement”. Richard Karn is a popular actor, producer and author who is perhaps best known for his portrayal of “Al Borland”, the master plumber, licensed contractor, best friend and co-host of Tim Allen’s character “Tim Taylor” on the classic, long-running TV sitcom,
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Sha’Carri Richardson won the women’s 100 meter final of the 2024 US Olympic Team Track & Field Trials. (Patrick Smith/Getty) Bisexual track and field sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson has revealed her Olympic training regime in an exclusive interview with Vogue.  Appearing on Vogue’s August 2024 digital cover, the 24-year-old star athlete, who competes in both the
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With Bibsy Cross and the Bad Apple, award-winning author Liz Garton Scanlon launches a new chapter book series starring a lovable protagonist “with a whole lot to say.” Eight-year-old Bibsy loves school and learning (especially about science), and she has adored all of her teachers—that is, until third grade, when her teacher is stern Mrs.
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News Nirvana and Marc Jacobs Settle Smiley Face Logo Lawsuit Lawyers for Nirvana had claimed that the fashion company improperly tried to associate itself with the grunge band By Matthew Strauss July 10, 2024 Facebook X Photos via Getty Images Facebook X Limited liability companies for Nirvana and Marc Jacobs International have settled a lawsuit
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The massive Lake Fire that is blazing through SoCal reached Neverland Ranch on Tuesday … but fire crews were able to save the property, TMZ has learned! Capt. Scott Safechuck, spokesman for the Santa Barbara County Fire Department, tells TMZ the wildfire … which so far has scorched more than 26,000 acres … reached the
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Not quite four years into their newlywed bliss, the couple dove into the great undertaking that is parenting, welcoming eldest daughter Hazel in February 2014 and her little sister Violet 28 months later, and settled into a townhouse in Brooklyn some 3,000 miles removed from Hollywood where they felt they had the best shot at some semblance of normality.  Of course, even grade
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Joe Swanberg (V/H/S, Drinking Buddies, Happy Christmas) and Yale Entertainment have wrapped production on five upcoming horror movies, Deadline reports this week. Deadline details, “Swanberg’s slate of horror films with Yale Entertainment was inspired by the producing exploits of Roger Corman.” The lineup includes the following projects: Helldorado Kenneled Yellow Eyes Monkey’s Magic Merry Go Round
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Knoxville, Tenn.-based Regal, said it’s completed a $250 million capital raise to improve and digitally enhance its theaters as the box office rebounds. Construction has started with over 30 locations to be completed in 2025. The upbeat news comes as Regal’s parent Cineworld, which emerged from bankruptcy last summer, is facing the tough decision of
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