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Archives Saturday, August 17th 2019
Tyler Perry’s latest entry at the box office, For Colored Girls, may be a little different than what Perry’s fans might have been expecting. Rather than bringing back the wildly successful Madea franchise, Perry’s For Colored Girls is an adaptation of the classic prose play, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is Enuf. To see if this film is for you, read on and check out the For Colored Girls trailer video below.
From the Partridge Family to the police station: David Cassidy was arrested late Wednesday on DUI charges after a Fort Pierce, Florida patrolman saw the actor weaving between lanes, nearly striking another car in the process.
New York City is a place full of interesting sights, all-night entertainment, and endless eating options. It’s safe to say that you could eat at a different restaurant every time you visited NYC and never hit the same place twice. So that’s why it’s such a big deal when you do make a repeat trip to one restaurant – it means that the food is so good, you’re willing to sacrifice the discovery of another one of New York’s plethora of killer culinary destinations. When you’re dining at Havana Central, however, it doesn’t feel like a sacrifice. Read on for a review and discount certificate
No, you’re not reading that incorrectly. This is another Weezer release, mere weeks after Hurley hit stores. Weezer’s Death To False Metal is a b-side collection, but anyone who is familiar with Weezer’s history (or just remembers tracks like “Waiting on You,” “Devotion” and “Tragic Girl”) knows that what doesn’t make a Weezer album is often as excited as what does. In the case of Death To False Metal, this is true – Weezer shows a wide variety of sounds on this album.
Katie Costello has the pipes of your favorite studio-polished pop star, but also boasts an added bonus: an intellectual depth and an eye for insight that translates your world into her poetic, lyrical songs. If you thought you didn’t like poetry, you’ll be surprised how catchy it sounds when Katie Costello sings.
The 33-year-old musician introduced a sneaker range for the exclusive French fashion house last year, establishing him as a key figure in the fashion world.
If there’s anything positive to be said about this interview, it’s that Oprah is interviewing Katherine Jackson on her own turf, rather than in a TV studio.
There is definitely something otherworldly about Zowie. And it’s not just because she refers to herself as a Bionic Pixie or that she parades around in outfits as futuristic as her seductive brand of synth-pop. Zowie is from the real dirty south, down under – hailing from New Zealand, she has a unique, cosmopolitan swagger that cuts through the flashing lights and pulsing beats of her live show.
Fashion design brand Nooka is proud to release their newest and largest timepiece in the zub line: the Zub Zayu.
On The Lam features selections from two of Bennett’s recent photo series, Cases and Runaway. The Cases images are portraits of the contents of Bennett’s suitcase from various travels, memorializing the clothing and souvenirs she packs or acquires on the road.
George Clooney is set to star in and direct a new film, The Ides of March. The film, based on Beau Willimon’s play Farragut North, centers on a primary race for the Democratic presidential nominee. Clooney will play Governor Morris, a candidate in the race. Ryan Gosling (Half Nelson), Marisa Tomei (The Wrestler), Philip Seymour Hoffman (Capote), Evan Rachel Wood (Across the Universe) and Paul Giamatti (Sideways) will round out the star-studded cast.
It’s a pretty big deal to get into Stanford University. It’s an even bigger deal to set aside your Stanford University education and pursue a musical career. But then again, Kristine Flaherty, more popularly known as K.Flay, is proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that she is quite the big deal (look out, Ron Burgundy).