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There’s never been a great reason for the Golden Globe Awards to exist. At best, they’re a kind of diet soda version of other awards shows, a slimmed-down combination of the Oscars and the Emmys, At worst, they’re a pale imitation of those institutions that devalues the loftier honors by throwing out nominations and awards
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It does not bother the members of PrettyMuch when people call them a boy band: Brandon Arreaga, Edwin Honoret, Nick Mara, Austin Porter and Zion Kuwonu embrace their place in history. That’s because they haven’t had to check their individual identities at the door. Where Zayn had to leave One Direction before he was allowed
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Lurie only lightly touches on this backstory in his show, which comes with a simple credo: Creativity is the only survival tool for cursed times. The show’s set-up is simple, too. Lurie, who has become a collected and well-respected painter since giving up the saxophone, paints from his home in an undisclosed location in the
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Implicit in all this performative athleticism is, of course, youth and vitality—Rep. Aaron Schock was perhaps a bit too explicit when, as the youngest member of Congress in 2011, he displayed his abs on the cover of Men’s Health. That was in the midst of the House Republican caucus’s obsession with P90X, a “a get-tough
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Drew Barrymore: Yeah, old soft T-shirts. It’s just the softness, the feel of them, like a second skin, not wearing anything, nothing’s binding, nothing’s tight—it’s like you’re naked without having to be naked. No constriction whatsoever. I didn’t think I would wear clothes until they disintegrated, but I’ve become that person. I hate when they
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Roxane Gay: “Hypnotize,” by the Notorious B.I.G. It’s just a great song—great lyric, great beat. You know, I’m a Gen X-er, and so ’90s hip-hop is really my wheelhouse. And so even though I wasn’t necessarily having a great life back then, I still think very fondly of the music. And I know all of
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Who else but hosts Wendy Stuart and Tym Moss could “spill the tea”  on their weekly show “If These Walls Could Talk” live from Pangea Restaurant on the Lower Eastside of NYC, with their unique style of honest, and emotional interviews, sharing the fascinating backstory of celebrities, entertainers, recording artists, writers and artists and bringing
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