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A lost episode of black-ish that ABC controversially pulled years ago has been released onto Hulu, the show’s creator, Kenya Barris, announced on Monday. “I’m excited to share that ‘Please, Baby, Please’ is now available on Hulu,” Barris wrote in a statement posted to social media. “Following the re-airing of ‘Juneteenth’ and ‘Hope,’ I asked
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Welcome to another edition of Grooming Gods. This week: we bow down to the almighty shag.  Holland Only thing we like more than loud shirts is layered hair.  Aaron Lewins Only thing we like more than loud shirts and layered hair is electric layered hair, no shirt at all.  Tallulah Willis and Dillon Buss This
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Joe Biden met with Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer last weekend, the first in-person session he is known to have had with a potential running mate. The news comes as Biden prepares to select a partner for the 2020 ticket, a decision expected to come this week from the presumptive Democratic nominee. Whitmer has held a
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So I would say it’s strange, but in a positive way. It’s just like AAU—being around your teammates for a long period of time. Just mingling, creating that off-the-court bond with your teammates, it’s more important than anything. What are you doing during your off time? I’m always with my teammates. Always, whether it’s playing
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On Friday a Federal Judge in Manhattan reversed a decision held since 1948 concerning the exhibition of motion pictures. The “Paramount Decrees” stemmed from a Supreme Court ruling that disallowed movie studios from owning their own theaters to. It also ended (or at least curtailed) the practice of “block booking,” in which a studio could
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Lotta Volkova might be fashion’s preeminent guy-behind-the-guy. She’s the longtime stylist for Demna Gvasalia’s Balenciaga and Vetements, but her responsibilities for those two brands are much further-reaching than that role, including running the shows’ groundbreaking casting, and weighing in on silhouettes, fabrics, and products. On her own, she’s worked with designers including Sies Marjan, Marc
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Liz Ikiriko is an independent curator, artist and lecturer at Ryerson University. Melanie Carrington is an investigator. Máiri McKenna Edwards is  diversity and inclusivity training coordinator at the University of Toronto. Kara Stewart-Agostino is a personal trainer. Karina Vernon is associate professor of english at the University of Toronto Scarborough.  In early July, in Toronto’s west-end neighbourhood of Roncesvalles,
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Sunny and bright, colorful and consistent, the music video for Little Hurt’s new single “Alaska” is – on the surface, at least – the antithesis of what most people would think of when the name of the northernmost state is mentioned. There’s nothing even about mountain ranges or valleys, nor is there a lot of
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Kindergarten Cop, the 1990 PG-13 movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as a detective who goes undercover as a kindergarten school teacher to take down a drug kingpin, has been pulled from a Portland, Ore., drive-in festival after accusations the film “romanticizes over-policing.” Local publication Williamette Week reports that the NW Film Center had planned to kick
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Taika Waititi is back to set and back to sleeping. The Thor: Ragnarok director is known for a great many things. He makes incredible movies, is a wonderful storyteller, and naps all over his sets. This time? He’s also wearing a mask. Back on set! I’ve come to realise just how much I miss shooting.
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