What You Need to Know About Big Little Lies Season 2

Big Little LiesThose lies? They might not be so little anymore.
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Big Little Lies Season 2 Premiere Date, First Teaser Full of Secrets and Drama Revealed

Big Little Lies Season 2It’s almost time to return to Monterey. HBO confirmed Big Little Lies season two (or is it Big Little Lies 2?) will premiere on Sunday, June 9 at 9 p.m.
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Olivia Colman: Uneasy Lies the Head That Wears the Crowns

Olivia Colman has been a quiet star in Britain for a decade. But with two royal roles ahead, she’s reluctantly stepping into the spotlight.
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Aretha Franklin lies in state in gold coffin

Thousands of fans are bidding farewell to Aretha Franklin as the Queen of Soul lay in state in a gold-plated coffin ahead of her funeral.
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Nonfiction: Deep Below Rockefeller Center Lies a Legendary Botanical Garden

In “American Eden,” Victoria Johnson unearths the story of David Hosack, doctor and friend to both Hamilton and Burr, who gave botany a place in early America.
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ZTE Says Errors, Not Lies, Led to Failure to Comply With U.S. Terms

ZTE says its failure to fully comply with a U.S. deal resolving sanctions-busting charges was due to faults in internal controls, not deception.
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ZTE Says Errors, Not Lies, Led to Failure to Comply With U.S. Terms

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Seth Meyers Has Perfect Line To Confront Donald Trump’s Lies

Call it a memory refresher.
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Meryl Streep to star in Big Little Lies

Meryl Streep has been confirmed to star in the second season of Sky Atlantic’s hit TV show Big Little Lies.
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Contaminated blood report ‘full of lies’

Government officials have apologised for using a discredited report into the contaminated blood products scandal, the BBC can reveal.
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New Documentary Examines ‘Truth and Lies’ in Deadly 1993 Waco Siege

It’s often described as the worst debacle in federal law enforcement history.

In February of 1993, federal authorities, suspecting the Branch Davidian religious cult of weapons violations, attempted to raid the group’s compound outside Waco, Texas. The initial operation ended in gunfire — and the deaths of four government agents and six Branch Davidians.

A highly-publicized, 51-day standoff ensued between the cult members, led by their 33-year-old leader, David Koresh, and the FBI and ATF. On April 19, 1993, the FBI launched an assault and initiated a tear gas attack on the compound, and soon after, a fire engulfed the compound and led to the deaths of 76 Branch Davidians, including Koresh.

The ill-fated siege is the subject of a new documentary, Truth and Lies: Waco, which airs Thursday, Jan. 4 (9 to 11 p.m. ET) on ABC.

After the siege, the government’s confusing — some would say misleading — disclosure of key facts gave rise to conspiracy theories, including those from far-right movements that cite the event as a reason for their distrust of government.

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Through interviews with FBI and ATF agents about the tactics used during the standoff, the documentary delves into the specifics of what went wrong.

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Filmmakers also interview survivors of the fire and children of cult members who discuss the impact of those events and Koresh himself, an infamous figure in American history.

Born into a troubled household to a teenage mother, Koresh turned to religion and joined the Branch Davidian church, a splinter group of the Seventh Day Adventists. He proclaimed himself a prophet and the leader of the group, and in that role, he exercised total control over cult members, abusing them both physically and sexually.

Koresh’s message to his followers was apocalyptic: He told them the end of the world was imminent — and that the U.S. government would fatally attack the Branch Davidians.

Truth and Lies: Waco, airs Thursday, Jan. 4 (9 to 11 p.m. ET) on ABC.


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Live Briefing: 2018 Golden Globe Nominations Led by ‘The Shape of Water’ and ‘Big Little Lies’

“The Shape of Water,” Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy, led the way with seven nominations, while the newspaper drama “The Post” had six.
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Big Little Lies Season 2: Everything We Know About the HBO Drama’s Return

Big Little LiesWhether you’re on board for the return to Monterey or not, it’s happening with Big Little Lies season two. Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman are back to star and executive produce the…

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Big Little Lies Season 2 Won’t Premiere on HBO Until 2019

Big Little LiesYour trip back to Monterey is going to have to wait just a bit, Big Little Lies fans.
Now that HBO has officially renewed the hit limited series for a surprise second season, programming…

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If Big Little Lies Season 2 Is Happening, It Should Be an Anthology

Big Little LiesFew shows achieve what Big Little Lies achieved.
The HBO limited series gave us eight episodes of iconic characters, incredible performances, a mommy war for the ages, and a death hardly…

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‘True Lies’ TV Series in Development at Fox With Put Pilot Commitment

Fox is developing a TV series version of the Arnold Schwarzenegger action classic “True Lies,” Variety has confirmed. Fox has given the potential series a put pilot commitment. The one-hour drama would be based on the 1994 film, which saw Schwarzenegger playing a superspy who keeps his true occupation a secret from his wife and daughter…. Read more »

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Bonnie And The Brilliant Racial Tension Of ‘Big Little Lies’

“Big Little Lies” is one of the most brilliant TV shows to come out in years. It’s also one of the whitest. 

The murder-mystery-drama, which had its stunning finale on Sunday, focuses on five wealthy, beautiful rich white women with not less than beautiful lives. Aside from a few Asian and black characters who are part of the Monterey community’s “greek chorus,” four out of five of the show’s main players ― Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern, Shaliene Woodley and Reese Witherspoon ― are white women. 

There’s only one black lead, Bonnie, played by Zoe Kravitz in a role that reveals her acting chops despite being so seemingly close to our conception of the real life Kravitz: earthy, edgy and carefree. Bonnie, with tattoos and waist-length braids, is the only black mom amongst a slew of predominantly older, white mothers, and it’s a point that, conspicuously, never really comes up. 

“It’s not mentioned, ever,” Kravitz told a reporter for The Guardian in February. “Her race is just not a thing.”

Perhaps for Kravitz, the fact that her character’s race is never acknowledged is refreshing in an industry where she was once rejected for a role in Batman because the directors weren’t “going urban.” For others, it’s a tedious color-blind approach to diversity. As Refinery29 writer Sesali Bowen expressed it, glossing over Bonnie’s ethnicity merely added “diversity in visibility only,” presenting race “as a mere aesthetic difference between people, not one that affects how they interact with the rest of the world.”

It’s true that the show’s treatment of Bonnie was flawed. We see very little from her point of view, except for in the brilliant final act of the show. Here, on the night of the Elvis and Audrey fundraiser, the camera shifts to Bonnie’s perspective as she watches Celeste being manhandled by her husband ― realizing that something isn’t right.  

I often watched the show wondering where the hell in Monterey Bonnie got her hair braided, or if she ever twisted her daughter’s hair at night. Who were her people? And yet, there’s an alternative reading of Bonnie’s apparent racial ambiguity in Monterey. It isn’t pretty. It’s frustrating. And it’s true to life in a way that potentially says more than if we’d gotten a scene that explicitly acknowledged her race.

Because this is how rich, white liberal racism works, right? It’s the racism that dare not speak its name. It’s the racism that deals with race by not dealing with it, by never saying “black” or “white,” by tip-toeing around it even as it manifests itself in petty microaggressions. 

Bonnie’s blackness, her otherness in the eyes of her white counterparts is actually, throughout the series, weirdly at the center of who her character is. She is the exoticized “other,” the beautiful, young, hippie wife who inspires lust in the husbands of Monterey, and jealousy and resentment in the wives.

It’s a jealousy and resentment that hides, just beneath the surface, a racial tension that no one ― not even Bonnie herself, perhaps ― can name, let alone process. No, we never see Madeline complain to any of her friends about Bonnie being a black girl. A woman like Madeline, so dedicated to her ideals of being progressive and open-minded (her obsession with getting “Avenue Q” made for instance), wouldn’t even know how to begin to process how race might feed into her feelings about her husband’s new wife. 

Bonnie’s seeming perfection, her exceeding patience and goodness, works on a different level as well. Throughout the series we get to see these seemingly “perfect” women fuck up repeatedly, we see them have meltdowns, act bitchy, be vulnerable and insecure. We see little of that in Bonnie, a beautiful enigma just there to “make peace.” Though toward the end of the series, we see her peaceful demeanor begin to crack, if only a little, during the well-intentioned peace-making dinner with Madeline and Ed which ends with Madeline literally projectile vomiting on her. In that moment, viewers understood that there must be more to Bonnie, just beneath the surface. 

So much of Bonnie’s existence in Monterey is a demonstration of how black people, black women especially, have to exist in predominantly white spaces. The idea is to not rock the boat. The idea is to placate white fear by being palpable. Bonnie is edgy, but not threatening with her light skin, earthy vibes, and perpetual chillness. Maybe she’s had to be all those things.   

Which makes that final moment, that push, when she exerts a kind of messy, frenzied sort of agency that we haven’t seen throughout the series, all the more powerful. This isn’t to absolve “Big Little Lies,” or any other shows with black characters that choose not to deal with race directly, from “Friends” to “Girls.” It’s quite possible that the show never mentions Bonnie’s race because the writers themselves were unable or unwilling to deal with race, and that’s unfortunate and frustrating. And it’s true: Diversity and inclusion are about more than just about seeing a black face in a white crowd.

And yet there’s something to be said for the context in which black characters exist; the ways in which they navigate the world they exist in and how white characters they exist in that world with navigate them. Sometimes, the silence can be loud. 

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Why Jane Was the Best Character on Big Little Lies

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Big Little Lies Power Ranking: Who Came Out on Top in Episode 2?

Big Little LiesThis week’s episode of Big Little Lies has already gone up on HBO Go and HBO Now, since it conflicts with the Oscars, so make sure you’ve watched “Serious Mothering” before…

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A Holocaust Historian Explains Why People Believe Trump’s Lies

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Trump Staffers Worried They’ll Run Out Of Lies

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Senior White House officials are concerned they’ll run out of lies before the Trump administration is over.

“We’ve done great so far using up only four major lies in the first four days,” explained top Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway. “We did that and maintained a 100% positive approval rating among all voters.”

“Oops, that makes four lies!” she lied bald-facedly. “Or was that three?”

Chief of Staff Steve Bannon has been burning the midnight oil to create new lies for Trump. “Between the fake news I’m putting out and these lies, I hardly have any time to make false twitter profiles for my weekend catfishing,” the bachelor complained. “We’ve got a team in Moldova working on new lies but I’m not sure they can keep up.”

“If we run out of lies,” said Conway, “We’ll just make sure Trump gets impeached. That circus will give us plenty of material for his re-election campaign.”

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Why Reese Witherspoon Believes Big Little Lies Is Important for Women in Hollywood

Big Little Lies, Reese WitherspoonNot only does Big Little Lies mark Reese Witherspoon’s first significant foray into television, but the actress sees the limited series adaptation of Liane Moriarty’s best-selling book as…

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Robert De Niro Is Haunted By Bernie Madoff’s Bad Decisions In ‘Wizard Of Lies’ Teaser

Robert De Niro has inhabited the psyches of some pretty damaged individuals over his career ― Anne Hathaway’s intern still ranks at number one obviously―  but Wall Street con man Bernie Madoff might be his most twisted role yet. 

The first trailer for HBO’s “The Wizard of Lies” arrived Saturday and it looks like the television movie will be taking a surrealist approach to the life of the man responsible for one of the largest Ponzi scheme in U.S. history. Based on Diana B. Henriques’ book of the same name, “The Wizard of Lies” follows the rise and fall of the patriarch of the Madoff family, who profited an estimated $ 65 billion from duping thousands of investors to trust him with their money. 

“What he did is beyond my comprehension, so there’s a disconnect somehow in him,” De Niro told reporters at the Television Critics Association event on Saturday. “And I still would like to understand. I did the best I could, but I don’t understand.”

The film also stars Michelle Pfeiffer as Ruth Madoff, Kristen Connolly, Alessandro Nivola, Hank Azaria and Lily Rabe. 

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“The Wizard of Lies” premieres on HBO in May. 

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The Trailer for ABC’s Truth and Lies: The Menendez Brothers Is Just Too Good

Lyle Menendez, Erik MenendezThe true crime wave continues, and this one kinda looks like a must-see.
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Adams Golf Tight Lies 2 Fairway Wood (3)

Adams Golf Tight Lies 2 Fairway Wood (3)


The all-new TaylorMade Tight Lies features our fifth generation of award-winning slot technology. The new Ghost Slot Technology is a crown slot that is nearly invisible and features a refined `barbell` cut-thru slot which when coupled with our tri-sole and low-profile design makes it easier than ever to launch it high from the fairway the rough tight lies or even a fairway bunkerFEATURES:Available 3 5 WoodNew Ghost Slot Technology delivers out of sight performance by hiding the crown slot but keeping the benefits of higher ball speeds and increased forgiveness.Low-profile upside down design creates large impact area low in the face for more consistant contact and higher launch.Original tri-level sole design reduces turf interaction for better performance out of any type of lie.
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The Lies That Bind

The Lies That Bind


Praise for The Liar Society “A page-turning, pearl-clutching mystery “-Kimberly Derting, author of The Body Finder and Desires of the Dead “A book for mystery lovers everywhere. will suck you in and leave you hanging until the very end.”-RT Book Reviews Another Sister Gone-You Can’t Let Them Get Away With This Kate has heard of messages from beyond the grave, but she never expected to find one in a fortune cookie. Especially from her best friend, Grace-who’s supposed to be dead. At the elite Pemberly Brown Academy, nothing is as it seems. A popular girl has gone missing, and Kate owes it to Grace’s memory to find out what happened. But in a school ruled by secret societies, who can she trust? Definitely not Bradley (despite his hotness) – he’s one of them. Still, she may just have to get closer to him if she wants to get some answers.

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‘Hamilton’ Aside, Where the Real Tony Competition Lies

A New York Times theater critic, the theater reporter and the theater editor discuss how the awards derby shapes up from here.
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The Underwater World Of Trout: Feeding Lies

The Underwater World Of Trout: Feeding Lies


THE UNDERWATER WORLD OF TROUT: FEEDING LIESWendell Ozzie OzefovichUnder Water Oz, Mar 2006DVD ISBN: 0-UWO-15 Voume 2 explores trout’s feeding lies. To truly know trout, you must see the world through their eyes. The stream is alive, not only with trout, but all sorts of things. Explores a trout’s world throught the underwater camera, opening your eyes to a new appreciation of trout & their living world. A narrated journey into their world.60 min.
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The Bloodtruth Series (Box Set: Heiress of Lies, The Queen’s Betrayal, Trials of Truth, A Heart’s Deceit)

The Bloodtruth Series (Box Set: Heiress of Lies, The Queen’s Betrayal, Trials of Truth, A Heart’s Deceit)


The complete Bloodtruth series is available in this box set collection. Blood never lies, but people do. HEIRESS OF LIES With the King of Altera on his deathbed, all eyes are on his only child, eighteen-year-old Angeline Robart. Called from her studies to return to her father’s side, the Crown Princess is kidnapped en route by a mysterious rogue who has been waiting for the chance to change his destiny. Facing the consequences of a freak accident, Angeline must travel a dangerous path to regain control of her fate and her kingdom. She is forced to rely on Connor, who epitomizes everything generations of her family tried to destroy. As the last of the Robart bloodline, Angeline discovers that enemies have been lying in wait for just such an opportunity as her father’s death to turn events to their advantage. Worse yet, by uncovering those secrets, Angeline confronts the possibility that no one ever expected her to take the throne in anything but title alone. As her bond with Connor grows stronger, she realizes they have far more in common than she ever expected, and that could make him just the ally she needs. THE QUEEN’S BETRAYAL With her father’s passing, Angeline’s enemies are rising from all sides. She needs allies, but doesn’t know who to trust. There is Connor, the handsome vampire who captured her heart, but as rumors of a vampire attack within the capital city’s walls reach her ears, she has to consider the possibility that Connor betrayed her. Malin, her Chief Advisor and betrothed, is harboring his own secrets. With Malin’s ties to the Clan, the ancient puppet masters of Altera’s fate, it appears that he is eyeing a much bigger prize than just Angeline’s hand in marriage. The stakes couldn’t be higher. The answers she seeks are buried in the past. The threads of Altera’s blood history have to be revealed if Angeline ever hopes to save herself and her kingdom. TRIALS OF TRUTH Queen Angeline Robart left her kingdom in the hands of her betrayer

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Preferred Lies

Preferred Lies


A book about golf that will appeal to both players and non players, by Scottish poet and novelist. Surely golf is a game for posh people, country clubs and networking businessmen, for unfortunate sweaters, politics and trousers? Andrew Greig grew up on the East coast of Scotland, where playing golf is as natural as breathing. He sees the game as the great leveller, and has played on the Old course at St Andrews as well as on the miners’ courses of Yorkshire. He writes about the different cultural manifestations of the game, the history, the geography, the different social meanings, as well as the subjective experience, the reflections between shots. He plays alone, with friends and brothers, with ghosts. He is looking for the essence of golf, the pure heart of it, which can be found, Andrew Greig believes, on the free 9 hole course on North Ronaldsay.

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The Underwater World Of Trout: Feeding Lies

The Underwater World Of Trout: Feeding Lies


THE UNDERWATER WORLD OF TROUT: FEEDING LIESWendell Ozzie OzefovichUnder Water Oz, Mar 2006DVD ISBN: 0-UWO-15 Voume 2 explores trout’s feeding lies. To truly know trout, you must see the world through their eyes. The stream is alive, not only with trout, but all sorts of things. Explores a trout’s world throught the underwater camera, opening your eyes to a new appreciation of trout & their living world. A narrated journey into their world.60 min.
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Selena Gomez Is Frustrated By ‘Lies,’ About To Drop Some Truth Bombs

Did Selena Gomez watch a Sofia Coppola movie, or something, before she posted this very dramatic and somewhat cryptic message to Instagram on Thursday? That’s definitely the vibe we’re getting from the photo of some flowers near a magazine clipping that reads, “I want to claim my own name.”

But the 22-year-old pop star also captioned the photo with a lengthy message that addressed the rumors surrounding her.

“Sometimes I get frustrated when I hear lies about who I am. The Internet is meant to keep you “updated” but it just takes old news and freezes it like it’s now. You have watched me in pain and I’ve owned up to it through my music and actions. I grew up with you. I am beyond excited to show you the next chapter, the TRUTH. I’ve been keeping so many secrets… I’m reborn in every moment so who knows what I’ll become.. As long as I’m happy with me. #strongisbeautiful #healthyperspectiveonthemfools “

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It wouldn’t be too surprising if the “lies” Gomez was referring to were reports that her alleged drinking problem had flared up again after spending time in rehab last year — a claim that her rep has already denied.

Still, the pop star just admitted she’s “keeping so many secrets” — and we’re ready for those truth bombs anytime she’s ready to drop them.

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story indicated that Gomez is 25 years old. She is 22.

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When the Truth Lies

When the Truth Lies


When the Truth Lies is an intricate urban tale of love lost and found through the intertwining lives of four engaging characters all in pursuit of love, happiness and success. This riveting page-turner is embedded with dilemmas of self-discovery, friendship and deception. Be prepared to embrace each character’s hardships, walk with them as they battle their inner demons, journey with them as they rediscover themselves and celebrate with them as they learn the true meaning of love. Markus, a rising executive and self-proclaimed “playboy” trades in his business meetings by day for roaming the clubs at night. But is he in search of the woman of his dreams or simply someone to keep his nightmares at bay? Brandon has big dreams of taking the music industry by storm as Atlanta’s next mega producer. But when a new love piques his interest, will it be a sweet melody to his perfectly arranged life or a sour note too painful to bear? Uniyah, Brandon’s protégée, is making sweet music of her own and with success in her grasp, she’s willing to do whatever it takes to achieve it. That is, until a gentleman unlike any she’s ever known breezes into her life. But is there more to him than meets the eye? Tyrone is successful, sexy, single, but no longer satisfied. As he begins to search for love in all the wrong places, he finds what he’s been looking for all along-himself. As they navigate the seductive streets of Atlanta and roam its sexy hotspots, these four individuals will take their biggest chance on finding something that’s eluded them for far too long-true love. But will what they discover during their quests be a truth that sets them free or a truth that takes no prisoners? Only time will tell…

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The Lies That Build a Marriage By Suchen Christine Lim (Paperback)

The Lies That Build a Marriage By Suchen Christine Lim (Paperback)


Overview With this collection of short stories, Lim delves beneath Singapore ‘s prosperity and coded decorum to reveal genuine people facing difficult issues that are normally strictly taboo in Asia, such as the mother who discovers her son is gay; the daughter who learns her two mothers are lesbians; and the niece who finds her dead uncle dressed in his wife ‘s clothes. Product details Isbn-13: 9789810587130, 978-9810587130 Author: Suchen Christine Lim Publisher: Monsoon Books Publication date: 2007-09-01 About Wordery Wordery is one of the UK’s largest online booksellers. With millions of satisfied customers who enjoy low prices on a huge range of books, we offer a reliable and trusted service and consistently receive excellent feedback. We offer a huge range of over 8 million books; bestsellers, children’s books, cheap paperbacks, baby books, special edition hardbacks and textbooks. All our books are dispatched from the UK. Wordery offers Free Delivery on all UK orders, and competitively priced international delivery. #HappyReading

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Growing Up and Other Lies Official Trailer 1 (2015) – Adam Brody, Wyatt Cenac Movie HD

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Here Lies Jim Crow

Here Lies Jim Crow


Though he lived throughout much of the South-and even worked his way into parts of the North for a time-Jim Crow was conceived and buried in Maryland. From Chief Justice Roger Brooke Taney’s infamous decision in the Dred Scott case to Thurgood Marshall’s eloquent and effective work on Brown v. Board of Education, the battle for black equality is very much the story of Free State women and men. Here, Baltimore Sun columnist C. Fraser Smith recounts that tale through the stories, words, and deeds of famous, infamous, and little-known Marylanders. He traces the roots of Jim Crow laws from Dred Scott to Plessy v. Ferguson and describes the parallel and opposite early efforts of those who struggled to establish freedom and basic rights for African Americans. Following the historical trail of evidence, Smith relates latter-day examples of Maryland residents who trod those same steps, from the thrice-failed attempt to deny black people the vote in the early twentieth century to nascent demonstrations for open access to lunch counters, movie theaters, stores, golf courses, and other public and private institutions-struggles that occurred decades before the now-celebrated historical figures strode onto the national civil rights scene. Smith’s lively account includes the grand themes and the state’s major players in the movement-Frederick Douglass, Harriett Tubman, Thurgood Marshall, and Lillie May Jackson, among others-and also tells the story of the struggle via several of Maryland’s important but relatively unknown men and women-such as Gloria Richardson, John Prentiss Poe, William L. “Little Willie” Adams, and Walter Sondheim-who prepared Jim Crow’s grave and waited for the nation to deliver the body.

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The Little Lies You Tell Yourself Every Day, Gorgeously Illustrated

“I’ll get up early and go to the gym tomorrow.” “I’ll just have one cookie.” “Tonight I’m going to finish reading Infinite Jest instead of Netflixing ‘30 Rock’ again.” Sure you will! But don’t feel too bad if you don’t — we all, from time to time, make these optimistic promises to ourselves, knowing how likely we are to break them.

In her new book, Daily Dishonesty: The Beautiful Little Lies We Tell Ourselves Every Day (Abrams Image, September 2), Lauren Hom has brought this ubiquitous habit into the spotlight, crafting elegant, hand-lettered illustrations for common white lies we tell ourselves: “These heels don’t hurt”; “I’ll just have a salad”; “I’m over it.” It was her own tendency to embellish her future plans that inspired the project, she explains, saying that she and her roommate were describing what they intended to do with their free time when they realized they simply didn’t have any.

Hom’s illustrations play cleverly with our expectations of presentation versus message; as she notes, “When I first started Daily Dishonesty, I was just beginning to dabble in hand lettering and typography. I noticed that most of the work out there was beautiful, but the subject matter was kind of soft –­ mostly inspirational sayings and quotes from movies.“ By presenting an obviously tongue-in-cheek message in such traditionally Pinterest-quote packaging, the illustrations subtly satirize the pervasive inspirational-saying culture while nonetheless celebrating its aesthetics.

In a way, the book embodies this meeting place between snark and positivity, in spirit as well as in aesthetic. While it goodnaturedly punctures the widespread earnestness of Pinterest-y inspirational illustrating, suggesting that such beautiful, and beautifully delivered, messages are unlikely to be lived up to in reality, the illustrations themselves carry a note of (inspiring) comfort — after all, we may be lying to ourselves about the salad, but it’s okay; everyone is doing it. We’re all in this together. Hom herself points out, “These little lies have even become a part of our culture,” and not in a bad way. “They help us make light of life’s little quirks.”

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Photos courtesy of Lauren Hom; Abrams Image, 2014

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The Policeman Is Your Friend and Other Lies

The Policeman Is Your Friend and Other Lies


This is a discontinued title offered at a discounted price. Buy now while supplies last. No returns. The sneering cops on the beat, the robotic federal agents, the condescending judges who dole out years of jail time for petty offenses, the narrow-minded teachers who do their best to snuff out creativity and resourcefulness – these are the liars and deceivers of American society who have fastened themselves to our necks like obscene vampires in search of an ongoing supply of free sustenance. They deserve to be exposed, ridiculed, and replaced – and Ned Beaumont has begun this process in this thought-provoking former Loompanics book.
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This Cute Little Pup’s Online Dating Profile Is Lies, Lies, Lies

We’ve been on enough online dates to know that the odds of meeting a guy who lives up to his dating profile are pretty much abysmal. That filled-in occupation field? Just kidding, he doesn’t have a job right now. His really smokin’ profile picture? Straight out of the annals of spring break 1999.

That’s probably why we loved this Instagrammed pic so much:

Sigh. #ForeverAlone

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