In Remembrance The musician, who produced Lynn’s 2004 album Van Lear Rose, referred to her as a “brilliant genius” As tributes continue to pour in following the death of country music legend Loretta Lynn, Jack White, who produced Lynn’s 2004 classic Van Lear Rose and duetted with Lynn on “Portland, Oregon,” memorialized her with an
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Photography by Mitchell Haddad/CBS Photo Archive via Getty ImagesIf pumpkin spice lattes were a show, Gilmore Girls would be it. By Natalie Michie Date October 4, 2022 Facebook Twitter Every year at the start of autumn, as the air gets crisp and the leaves begin to change, Gilmore Girls becomes my whole personality. Let me
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by Craig Smith ; illustrated by Katz Cowley ‧ RELEASE DATE: Nov. 5, 2019 Even more alliterative hanky-panky from the creators of The Wonky Donkey (2010). Operating on the principle (valid, here) that anything worth doing is worth overdoing, Smith and Cowley give their wildly popular Wonky Donkey a daughter—who, being “cute and small,” was
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What does it mean to write a novel in a world defined by the violence of colonization and white supremacy—a world that can’t be saved with mere words? What does it mean to want to write a novel at all, especially as you doubt yourself and recognize the contradictions in your desires and intentions? And
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In a period marked by never-ending challenges for employers, there is a little bit of good news. The Great Resignation may have peaked. Resignations are leveling off at just below 3% monthly, and it’s clear that most American workers are less inclined to throw in the towel and quit their jobs. We’re also observing that
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UPDATE, writethru: There was a varied offering at the international box office this weekend with newcomers from Hollywood and offshore markets, as well as notable holds, as we inch closer to full-on action later in October.  Big overseas entries included Mani Ratnam’s historical epic Ponniyin Selvan: Part 1 in a strong debut in India and
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Founder of the Nap Ministry Tricia Hersey has created a startling, generous new work in Rest Is Resistance. Grounding her debut book in Black liberation theology, abolitionist traditions and Afrofuturism, Hersey provides a blueprint for rejecting the demands of modern capitalism in favor of our collective health and social progress. Hersey delineates American society as
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Kim Kardashian’s crypto misadventure has landed her in hot water with federal regulators. The reality TV superstar and influencer has settled Securities and Exchange Commission charges that she failed to disclose a payment she received for touting a crypto asset on her Instagram feed, the agency announced Monday morning. “This case is a reminder that,
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Columbus Short is off the hook in his latest legal battle … because prosecutors tell us they dropped the charges in his domestic violence case. The L.A. City Attorney’s Office tells TMZ … prosecutors reviewed the case and decided not to pursue charges. They wouldn’t comment on the specifics of their decision. Columbus, however, tells
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Tove Lo is heading on the road early next year to promote her upcoming LP Dirt Femme, which arrives Oct. 14, and she’s bringing Slayyyter as an opener for the trek. “ARE YOU READY??? North America #DirtFemmeTour is coming in February and it is going to be worth.the.wait,” Tove Lo wrote on Twitter. “Special guest
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Photography by Tiffany Rose/Getty Images for Grace GaustadThrough their love for bright makeup, visual storytelling and childhood hobbies, the singer keeps their creativity flowing. By Natalie Michie Date October 3, 2022 Facebook Twitter Grace Gaustad first became acquainted with the world of makeup by eating flavoured lip gloss. At roughly four years old, they recall
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