USC-Texas, Part III: Epic matchup? Not exactly

Saturday's battle between the Trojans and Longhorns is being billed as a clash of national powers. In reality, it's two programs fighting to simply stay relevant.

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Kylie Jenner Is Now a Part of the Adidas Family With Kendall Jenner and Kanye West

Kylie Jenner x AdidasKylie Jenner is putting her family first, even when it comes to business.
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Brioni, Nina-Maria Nitsche Part Ways

MILAN — Brioni and its creative director Nina-Maria Nitsche have parted ways.
The men’s luxury company sent a brief statement on Friday announcing the exit of Nitsche, who presented her latest collection for the brand in June in Paris. A successor hasn’t been named yet.
Nitsche joined Brioni in June 2017, succeeding former creative director Justin O’Shea, a women’s retail executive who had no design experience, who left the company in October 2016. Previously, British designer Brendan Mullane held the role of Brioni creative director from July 2012 to February 2016.
A Maison Martin Margela veteran, Nitsche joined the French company in 1989 and, after Margiela’s resignation in 2009, took over the creative direction of the brand. She joined Vetements in September 2016 but left when the company relocated to Zurich from Paris in 2017.

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Billie Lourd, Carrie Fisher, InstagramBillie Lourd paid tribute to her late mom Carrie Fisher at her birthday party this week.
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Tomas Maier and Bottega Veneta Part Ways

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Amazon Go chief: We got rid of the most annoying part of physical retail

Amazon Go chief: We got rid of the most annoying part of physical retailAmazon Go has made waves for being the first major physical store to go entirely cashier-free. Now, it's coming to San Francisco and Chicago. Amazon VP of Amazon Go Gianna Puerini walks Yahoo Finance through the shopping experience and offers a hint on what the new stores will offer.



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Pistons, Van Gundy part ways after 4 years

Stan Van Gundy, the Pistons’ president of basketball operations and head coach, is out after the team failed to make the playoffs in consecutive seasons.
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Unbuttoned: James Comey Still Looks the Part

The former F.B.I. director has made the rounds this week, offering his take on what “ethical leadership” means. If we’re going by appearances, it’s a lot like the movies.
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Walking away from football was the easy part

Chris Borland, who surprisingly retired after his rookie season four years ago, says he has no regrets. But adjusting to life outside the game has come with challenges.

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Power Rankings: It’s all part of The Process

The Rockets are the NBA’s first to 60 wins, while the Eastern Conference’s longest active winning streak belongs to the playoff-bound 76ers, who are back in the postseason for the first time since 2012.
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School bomb hoaxes sent as part of gamer feud

A feud between rival Minecraft gamers is the reason why 24,000 threatening emails were sent to schools and colleges in the UK, Sky News has learned.
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Susan Sarandon Says Paul Newman Gave Her Part of His Salary to Ensure Equal Pay

Susan Sarandon says Paul Newman gave her part of his salary when they worked together on the 1998 crime drama “Twilight.” In an interview with BBC Radio 5, Sarandon recalled when Newman helped ensure she would get equal pay. “Emma Stone came forward and said she got equal pay because her male stars insisted upon it […]

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For the second straight offseason, the Steelers and their superstar running back will be talking contract. Here’s how the sides could come together — or pull apart.
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The Computer Part People Are Hoarding: ‘I Felt Like I Was Buying Drugs’

There’s also lying and price gouging, prompted by the race to create cryptocurrencies, which is driving up cost of one specific type of hardware that’s also prized by PC gamers.
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Izzo says MSU needs to be part of solution

Michigan State coach Tom Izzo says he wants his Spartans team to help in the healing process after a sexual assault scandal has rocked the campus.
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Cisco CEO: Repatriation was the most important part of tax reform

Cisco CEO: Repatriation was the most important part of tax reformCisco will announce how it's using its capital in February.



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‘He’s still part of the Boston family.’ What IT means to the Celtics

Isaiah Thomas spent just two-plus seasons in green, but Boston’s “King in the Fourth” left a Celtics legacy that goes beyond the basketball court.
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Will you care about men’s Olympic hockey if neither NHL, KHL take part?

The NHL had already decided to skip the 2018 Games. The KHL’s potential absence in light of the IOC’s ruling could drain the talent pool even further, but hard-core hockey fans will still find compelling action and storylines to savor.
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Tamra Judge, Vicki Gunvalson Continue Their War of Words on The Real Housewives of Orange County Reunion Part 2

The Real Housewives of Orange County, RHOCTamra Judge and Vicki Gunvalson are at it again…or did they ever really stop? The former friends and The Real Housewives of Orange County costars continue their on-again, off-again feud in the…

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Cowboys part ways with veteran RB McFadden

The Dallas Cowboys have parted ways with veteran running back Darren McFadden, who was barely used this season.
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What Is Disneybounding? John Stamos’s Fiancée is Part of a Subculture of Superfans Who Dress Up as Disney Characters

John Stamos is getting married to the Mouse.

The Fuller House star, 54, proposed to his girlfriend of two years Caitlin McHugh, 31, at Disneyland, he revealed on Instagram Sunday. For the big moment, he made a short film of romantic moments from animated Pixar and Disney films, ending the display with The Little Mermaid —  which encouraged Stamos to “just ask the girl.” He did, and per McHugh’s Instagram, “I kissed the boy and said . . . yes!”

The actor didn’t pick the location simply because it’s the happiest place on earth. His fiancée is a bonafide Disneyhead and according to her Instagram, an active Disneybounder.

Disneybounding, that is, dressing up in DIY costumes inspired by Disney characters, is a popular activity for adult superfans of the House of Mouse that began as a way to thwart a rule instituted at the resorts. Disney parks don’t allow anyone over 14 to dress up in the characters’ official costumes to avoid confusion among young visitors who would potentially come across multiples of their favorite princes and princesses.

As a loophole, grown-ups who want to wear Disney costumes in the parks have been creating their own DIY looks that pay homage to everyone from classics like Winnie the Pooh and Snow White (above) to the hyper specific — i.e. particular ghouls from the famous Haunted Mansion ride. The once niche practice, which is similar to cosplay, originated on Tumblr around 2011, but has gained a significant following thanks to social media. The hashtag #disneybound on Instagram has over half a million photos.

McHugh, an actress and model, shares photos from her frequent visits to Disneyland and Disney California Adventure in Anaheim, often with Stamos in tow. And her Disney-inspired fashion creations range from subtle — red button-up shorts and a black top (Mickey), above — to romantic and over-the-top — a yellow tulle dress that worked for everyone from Tarzan’s Jane to Ellie from Up! 

Now, the question remains will Stamos don his Prince Charming suit and come through with a pumpkin-turned-carriage for a full-on Disney wedding?


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China’s Road to Electric-Car Domination Is Driven in Part by Batteries

Batteries have emerged as a critical front in China’s campaign to be the global leader in electric vehicles, but foreign auto makers and experts say it has set up the market to favor domestic suppliers.
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The Last of Us Part 2’s New Poster Contains Hidden Secrets

Naughty Dog unveiled a new poster for The Last of Us Part II to celebrate Outbreak Day today, and it may reveal more than you’d expect at first glance. The art shows an arm and hand grasping a hammer, with a burning a car lighting up a dense forest.

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Till Death Us Do Part star Tony Booth dies

Actor and political campaigner Tony Booth, who starred in the sitcom Till Death Us Do Part, has died.
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Google to Buy Part of Phone Maker HTC

Google is set to buy the phone-design business of struggling Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC, according to people familiar with the situation, part of the search giant’s effort to crack the handset market.
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‘Til Death Do Us Part (2017)

'Til Death Do Us Part (2017) Opens Friday, Sep 29, 2017

Madison Roland believes she’s in a perfect marriage, until one day he surprises her with his abusive and controlling ways. She fakes her death to escape and start a new life–but soon realizes it’s impossible to outwit her obsessive husband.

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French Label Paule Ka to Part Ways With Creative Director

NEW HORIZONS: Suggesting short tenures are the new norm in fashion, Paule Ka is the latest fashion house with a change in creative direction.
According to market sources, Alithia Spuri-Zampetti and the French firm are to part ways after a two-year collaboration. Officials at Paule Ka declined to comment.
Spuri-Zampetti worked to extend the brand’s appeal in daywear and separates, bringing to the task a passion for fabric innovation and a sense of elegance rooted in the classic French fashions of the Fifties and Sixties.
Formerly the head designer in charge of women’s ready-to-wear collections at Lanvin, she was the first designer at Paule Ka since the departure in 2014 of founder and creative director Serge Cajfinger. Spuri-Zampetti also has stints at Valentino and Bottega Veneta under her belt.
The Italian-American designer grew up in Rome and the U.S. She is a graduate of Central Saint Martins in London.
Paule Ka has targeted expansion in the United States, Middle East and Asia since Change Capital Partners bought a 70 percent stake in the firm in 2011. “We have a global objective of doubling in size in the next five years,” Catherine Vautrin, chairman and chief executive officer of Paule Ka, told WWD last year.
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If Someone Stares at THIS Body Part, They Want to Be Just Friends

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Steven Spielberg: Iron Giant Is Major Part of ‘Ready Player One’

Steven Spielberg wasn’t sure he was the right director for “Ready Player One,” his upcoming science-fiction epic. During a panel discussion at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, Spielberg said that after reading Ernest Cline’s best-selling novel about a virtual reality-addicted future, his first thought was “They’re going to need a younger director.” Spielberg was joined… Read more »

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Monique Samuels Teases Part Two of the Real Housewives of Potomac Reunion: “I Had A Lot to Get Off My Chest”

Monique SamuelsIt may be Real Housewives of Potomac’s Monique Samuels’ first reunion, but she’s certainly made an impression.
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Fay, Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi Part Ways

MILAN — Fay and creative duo Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi have parted ways.
The designers joined the Italian label controlled by Tod’s Group in 2011, succeeding Giles Deacon, who collaborated on Fay from the women’s fall 2008 collection until the spring 2011 season. Previously, the brand’s collections were designed by an internal creative team.
“On behalf of the entire company I wish to thank Tommaso and Roberto for their most valuable contribution to the evolution of the brand,” said Tod’s Group vice president Andrea Della Valle. “I personally think that this collaboration has proven to be extremely fruitful for both sides.”
“This was really a great experience, which naturally came to an end after six years,” said Aquilano, who was reached by phone on Friday afternoon. “This partnership definitely ended on a happy note with satisfying feedbacks in terms of visibility and commercial results.”
In 2016, Fay benefited from its expansion around the world and showed a 5.3 percent increase in sales to 62.6 million euros, with a sharp acceleration in the fourth quarter.
At the group level, in the 12 months ended Dec. 31, sales totaled one billion euros.
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For Disabled Actors, Memorizing the Part Is Only the Beginning

A peek backstage at the play “Cost of Living” shows how two performers prepare physically for their roles.
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Twin Peaks: “Part 9” Review

Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below.

 After the last episode’s total mindf**k, black and white, 1940s/1950s-set beautiful insanity, the latest Twin Peaks was a far more grounded affair by TP standards and, akin to “Part 7,” really began to delve into more… Well, if not full “answers” at least more specifics on what is occurring.

“Part 8” dealt with the origin of Bob, a character played in the original series by an actor, Frank Silva, who has sadly passed away. Much of “Part 9” focused on Major Garland Briggs, another important Twin Peaks player also played by an actor who has died – great character actor Don S. David — but here we learned all sorts of fascinating tidbits about what he was up to in the days before he died in a fire 25 years ago, and some of what he’s been up to since! Because, you know, this is Twin Peaks after all.

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Vows: For This Couple, It’s Death Till They Part

At a marriage of two Zen Buddhist monks, death and dying were among the main points of discussion.
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Of Course Tequila Is Part Of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s Skincare Routine

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With Whole Foods in the Cart, Amazon Now Faces the Hard Part

The e-commerce titan, through its Whole Foods deal, may be the player most likely to persuade Americans to buy fresh food online, but it must first solve the “last mile” logistics puzzle that dogs other retailers.
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Pal Zileri and Mauro Ravizza Krieger Part Ways

MILAN — Pal Zileri owner Forall SpA and creative director Mauro Ravizza Krieger have agreed to part ways.
“This is amicable,” Giovanni Mannucci, chief executive officer of Pal Zileri, told WWD. “We have talked about the development of the brand and a change made sense for both of us.”
Mannucci said he is focused on a new strategy that will be presented in January 2018 and declined to provide details about a possible successor at press time.
Ravizza Krieger joined Pal Zileri in July 2014 and played “a key role” in the repositioning of the brand, said Mannucci.
Ravizza Krieger’s last collection for Pal Zileri is for spring-summer 2018 and will be presented on June 18 in Milan at the Rotonda della Besana. It is understood he will not be at the event. Ravizza Krieger has worked with Caruso, Loro Piana, Herno and Luciano Barbera, and his first collection for Pal Zileri bowed in January 2015.
The group’s Pal Zileri LAB collection will be showcased in Florence during Pitti Uomo running June 13 to 16.
The late Baroque Rotonda della Besana was also the set for Pal Zileri’s fall presentation, where Ravizza Krieger asked the company’s seamstresses to show 12 of the 180 steps needed to

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Ford’s Exiting CEO to Get Part of Bonus, Promised Stock Awards

Ford will pay outgoing Chief Executive Mark Fields a sizable portion of a promised bonus for 2017, all of the promised stock awards for the year and temporary use of company aircraft as part of an exit package outlined Wednesday.
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Melania Trump is Not Part of The Resistance—No Matter What Newspaper Columnists Say

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Conor McGregor vs. Floyd Mayweather is nowhere close to happening

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BAFTA’s Netflix snub: Part of a co-ordinated attack?

After promising a step towards the future, the BAFTA TV awards seem to have gone back to the “good old days” when the British public had just three terrestrial channels to choose from on a night in.
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Inside the World's Greatest Scavenger Hunt, Part 1

Inside the World's Greatest Scavenger Hunt, Part 1Yahoo Finance's David Pogue spoke to Misha Collins, star of the CW series "Super Natural," and creator of the Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen.



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Young Royals Launch Global Academy, Take Part in Radio Talk Show

ROYALS ON THE RADIO: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince Harry to launch a school called the Global Academy in West London on Thursday.
The royal trio headed to the school in Hayes, London, met with students and took part in a Heart radio breakfast show, broadcast from the Global Academy. The talk was held with students — and Spice Girl Emma Bunton — and focused on topics pertaining to mental health.
During the talk, the duchess said the first conversations about mental health should start when children are young. She suggested starting “these conversations from a much earlier age but through play, even if their language hasn’t yet developed.”
She also addressed loneliness: “Yes, it is lonely at times and you do feel quite isolated but actually so many other mothers are going through exactly what you are going through. It is being brave enough…to reach out to those around you.”
Kate Middleton wore a red tailored skirt suit from Armani Collezioni.

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The Global Academy is a state school, launched by Global, a media and entertainment group, to train students in broadcast and digital media industries.
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On the Runway: Dressing the Part: Melania Trump at the White House Easter Egg Roll

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Variety TV Critics Discuss the Legacy and Impact of ‘Girls’ (Part 1)

When “Girls” premiered in April 2012, it was almost all that the TV aficionado community could talk about, and it made a giant splash in pop culture, too. Nearly everyone had a strong take on the show Lena Dunham created. Below, Part 1 of Variety’s TV critics’ reflections on the show’s legacy and impact — and why… Read more »

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The Get Down: Part 2 Review

The second part of The Get Down is now on Netflix. Consisting of five episodes, this run continues the story that started last summer, acting as the back half of Season 1. This is a review of all five chapters, but it doesn’t contain major spoilers. 

If the first six episodes of Baz Luhrmann’s operatic The Get Down were about the from-the-ashes rise of the MC/DJ hip hop crew combination, then these continuing five episodes, or even final five, are about the fall. Not for the genre itself, of course, but for the fictitious Get Down Brothers – consisting of returning characters Zeke (Justice Smith), Ra-Ra (Skylan Brooks), Boo-Boo (TJ Brown Jr.), Dizzee (Jaden Smith), and Shaolin Fantastic (Shameik Moore).

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Amy Schumer Already Has Regrets About Her Leather Special on Netflix, Namely the Leather Part

Amy Schumer: The Leather SpecialAmy Schumer already has regrets about her Netflix comedy special and it isn’t even out yet. In the exclusive trailer for Amy Schumer: The Leather Special, which can also be seen on E! News on…

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‘The Bachelor’ Season 21, Episode 9, Part 1: Here To Make Friends Podcast

One bearded hunk, 30 lovely (mostly brunette) ladies and four chances at love: It must be Nick Viall’s season as The Bachelor

This week, Claire Fallon and Emma Gray talk whiskey, fur coats, turtleneck sweaters, choose-your-own-adventure books and more notable moments from Episode 9, Part 1 of the most shocking season in “Bachelor” history. This is our feminist rant ― here we go:

 Do people love “The Bachelor,” “The Bachelorette” and “Bachelor in Paradise,” or do they love to hate these shows? It’s unclear. But here at “Here to Make Friends,” we both love and love to hate them — and we love to snarkily dissect each episode in vivid detail. Podcast edited by Nick Offenberg.

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Proof That Human Alex Jones Is Most Certainly Not Part Reptile

Video-making mega force Super Deluxe wants to raise awareness about the biology of alternative facts master Alex Jones, specifically the idea that he might not be fully human.

Alex Jones has made a name for himself by giving a voice to fringe journalism. But just so we’re clear, and as this video proves, Alex Jones is definitely human, and not a froth-snarling creature of reptilian origins.

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David Cassidy Reveals He Is Battling Dementia: ‘A Part of Me Always Knew This Was Coming’

David Cassidy is battling dementia.

The 66-year-old actor, widely known for his starring role as Keith Partridge on the 1970s series The Partridge Family, reveals to PEOPLE that he is fighting the memory loss disease.

Cassidy, who watched his grandfather battle the disease and witnessed his mother “disappear” into dementia until she died at age 89, tells PEOPLE of his diagnosis: “I was in denial, but a part of me always knew this was coming.”

Of his mother’s struggles, Cassidy recalls: “In the end, the only way I knew she recognized me is with one single tear that would drop from her eye every time I walked into the room. … I feared I would end up that way.”

Now that he’s come to terms with his condition, Cassidy has made the decision to stop touring as a musician to concentrate on his health and happiness. “I want to focus on what I am, who I am and how I’ve been without any distractions,” he says. “I want to love. I want to enjoy life.”

Cassidy’s revelation follows a roller coaster of personal ups and downs that the actor has faced in the past decade, including a show in Agoura Hills, California, this past weekend where Cassidy repeatedly struggled to remember lyrics to songs he had been singing for nearly 50 years.

In November 2010, he was charged with a DUI and was subsequently charged with the same offense in August 2013 and January 2014. A month after his third arrest, his wife, Sue Shifrin-Cassidy, filed for divorce. In February 2015, the actor filed for bankruptcy and was charged following his hit-and-run eight months later in October 2015.

The ’70s teen heartthrob has also battled substance abuse issues, including a stint in rehab in 2014.

Cassidy, who received an Emmy nomination for his appearance on Police Story in 1978, was most recently seen on TV in a 2013 episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

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Toshiba to Sell Part of Its Memory-Chip Business

Toshiba said it would put part of its semiconductor unit up for sale, seeking to stay afloat after a planned write-down of billions of dollars connected to its U.S. nuclear business.
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Emmett Till’s Accuser Recants Part of Her Story — 60 Years After His Beating Death Stoked Civil Rights Movement

The woman at the center of the Emmett Till murder case has spoken out for the first time, more than 60 years later, admitting that part of her story about the black teenager is false, a new book claims.

Till’s brutal beating death in Mississippi in 1955, the acquittal of his professed killers by an all-white jury and the photos of his dead body sparked outrage outside the state — becoming a catalyst for the national civil rights movement.

Authorities say the 14-year-old from Chicago was killed during a visit to Mississippi after Carolyn Bryant Donham, a white woman then named Carolyn Bryant, reportedly accused him of grabbing her by the hand and waist and acting lewdly at her shop.

Till was kidnapped days later from a relative’s home and then beaten and mutilated, before being shot, by Donham’s shop-owner husband at the time, Roy Bryant, and his half-brother, J.W. Milam.

Till’s body was sunk in the Tallahatchie River, where it was eventually found floating.

After a highly publicized trial, Bryant and Milam were acquitted of Till’s kidnapping and murder in September 1955 by an all-white, all-male jury. They deliberated for an hour. 

Donham testified at the trial and, according to Vanity Fair, her allegations were entered into the record and shared with reporters by her attorneys — but they were not heard by the jury, who had been excused from the courtroom.

In January 1956, Bryant and Milam confessed to their guilt in Till’s death in a Look magazine article. (Both men have since died.)

Donham avoided public attention for much of her life, ignoring journalists’ repeated requests. But she sat down with author and Duke University scholar Timothy B. Tyson 10 years ago for his new book, The Blood of Emmett Till, according to Vanity Fair and the Austin American-Statesman.

Donham’s 2007 interview with, when she was 72, is being published for the first time. Of her accusation that Till had physically and verbally harassed her, she told Tyson, according to Vanity Fair: “That part’s not true.”

“Honestly, I just don’t remember,” Donham said of her fateful meeting with Till, according to the Statesman. “It was 50 years ago. You tell these stories for so long that they seem true.” Donham’s allegation that Till whistled at her has also been disputed.

On the stand in 1955, however, Donham claimed Till had said something “unprintable” to her and she was “scared to death,” according to Vanity Fair.

Tyson said Donham, now 82, wrote her own memoir, More Than a Wolf Whistle, which is kept at the University of North Carolina but will not be available until the 2030s, at Donham’s request, according to Vanity Fair and the Statesman. (University officials could not immediately confirm the memoir’s existence.)

During their meeting, Tyson said Donham told him, “Nothing that boy did could ever justify what happened to him.” She also expressed feeling “tender sorrow” for Till’s mother, Mamie Elizabeth Till-Mobley.

Messages left with Donham and her relatives for comment on Tyson’s book were not returned Friday.

• Reporting by ADAM CARLSON


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This second article in my series about the absurdly productive trans-national art star Jan Fabre (the first is here) has very little to do directly with him or his work. Rather, it is about the State Hermitage Museum, one of the wonders of the world. We take a look at it because it is on this field which Fabre agreed to stake a claim. The Hermitage is interesting in itself, but it is also difficult to evaluate Fabre’s work in his sprawling solo show “Knight of Despair/Warrior of Beauty” without some sense of the museum in which it is set.

As in real life, there is too much of the Hermitage for it to be adequately covered in any one session. How can I tell you the entire story of the thrones and crimson cloth, the robot peacocks and gold chandeliers, the frescoed arches and dim forgotten halls? I can’t, and I saw only the tiniest fraction of it myself.

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Jordan Staircase at dusk, Winter Palace, State Hermitage Museum

Therefore we narrow our view to a few of the masterpieces in this realm of wonders, and let them stand for the rest. A museum with these alone would be enough. But of course there is endlessly more to the real thing.

The first is Rembrandt’s The Return of the Prodigal Son. I have written about this painting before, but now I’ve seen it for myself. Here is what I had to say previously:

“Consider for a moment the father and son in Rembrandt’s The Return of the Prodigal Son. Having returned to his father, the son kneels, clothes tattered, one foot bare where his shoe has fallen apart. He slumps against his father, head shaven and bowed, eyes closed. The father hunches over the son, bowed as well, worn with age and concern, blinded by his emotion. He has returned to the realm of touch: he rests his hands on his son’s shoulders, in an all-encompassing gesture of relief, of forgiveness and ingathering. It is impossible to look at this painting without being struck blind, like the father, and awakened to the inner truths it conveys: that we are all going home, that we all need to be forgiven and don’t deserve it – and that we are all waiting for those who have left, and that we have already forgiven them for their part in whatever it was that drove us apart.”

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Rembrandt, The Return of the Prodigal Son, 1668

Having seen it for myself, I have only one thing to add: the prodigal son really does look just like my friend Max Ritvo, an accomplished poet who passed away in August at the age of 25. Max’s chemotherapy stole his hair, as the prodigal son’s hair is lost. Max’s face was tall and thin, with a strong jaw, prominent cheekbones, and a sharp nose, like Rembrandt’s prodigal son. Like Rembrandt’s prodigal son, Max tended to tuck his head into a hug. Like the prodigal son in the Gospel of Luke, Max was wealthy – in talents and gifts: knowledge, humor, wit, eloquence. And like Luke’s prodigal son, Max had to abandon all his riches and return, though he would object to the phrasing, to his Father. Max isn’t here to object, so I can phrase it as I please. The hands that embrace the prodigal son need not be that Father’s in particular. They could be anyone’s. They could be mine. These things I thought when I looked at this painting, which is enormous, and also mighty, in person at the Hermitage.


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detail, Rembrandt, The Return of the Prodigal Son

Let us turn to another Rembrandt at the Hermitage, Sacrifice of Isaac. Rembrandt evokes the drama of the scene with a painfully vertical composition – Isaac below Abraham below angel. Each figure is connected to the others by the hands – Abraham’s left hand covers Isaac’s face, and the angel’s hand pulls Abraham’s right hand, his killing hand, away. The angel’s other hand rises up toward heaven, whence his order came. As for Isaac, with his oddly womanish chest, his hands are bound beneath him and invisible. The hands rise from powerlessness toward power in this arcing vertical composition. At the mid-level, from Abraham’s killing hand, the knife is falling. The painting catches it mid-air. An instant of time passes in Sacrifice of Isaac, short enough for that knife to appear suspended in empty space.

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Rembrandt, Sacrifice of Isaac, 1635

Consider first the psychology of this painting, especially of that hand covering Isaac’s face. It has several meanings. First, it is a utilitarian gesture: pushing back the head, as if Isaac were a farm animal, exposes his neck and chest to the blade. Second, it is a gesture of mercy: though Abraham operates under the necessity of God’s cruel order, he retains the freedom to spare his son the sight of the descending knife, to impotently attempt to spare him some measure of terror, of hopelessness. And finally, it is a gesture of self-preservation: Abraham cannot bear to look Isaac in the face as he murders him. In hiding his face, he already makes his son into a thing. It is just about possible to apply the blade to a thing, but not to his son, surely not his son. We did the same in gross anatomy: a linen shroud over the face of the cadaver, and these were the bodies of strangers already dead, on whom we worked with our scalpels, but the linen helped, even so.

Above psychology, however, is philosophy. This is a painting of a turning point in the history of civilization and religion: the emergence of a god who rejects human sacrifice. Before the god of Abraham is the savage age of Moloch and Taranis and Huitzilopochtli – not “before” chronologically, but morally before, eons before. Before the god of Abraham, human beings are treated as objects, as instruments of utility. Everything miraculous about them may be demanded as a burnt offering to the god. The god creates, and devours his creation. I believe the Elohim who sends Abraham up that awful Mount Moriah is the same kind of monster as those forgotten older gods. But the Yahweh who sends the angel to stop him is a god horrified at his own command, a god who can learn and has learned. After Moriah, there is a better way. Men begin to worship an asymmetric god, a god who creates but is constrained from destroying. After Isaac, the life of man is an end in itself. It is no longer available as the meal of the divine.

We take this for granted, and have taken it for granted for thousands of years. But all good ideas have a beginning. We do well not to forget. Rembrandt has not forgotten. His mastery of light and dark, of composition and anatomy, allows him to express his deep understanding of psychology. His psychology, in turn, serves to illustrate his insight into the philosophy of god and man. A sufficiently good artwork is not an artwork. It is a truth, and not just any truth, but a truth of the most utter and necessary kind.

Behold da Vinci’s Benois Madonna, the Madonna and child with flowers, that dear, dear painting:

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Leonard Da Vinci, Benois Madonna, 1478

Like so much of da Vinci’s work, the superficial beauty of the thing is virtually an obstacle to comprehending its greatness (attribution of the painting is disputed; I don’t care; it’s great even without the Name). Its parts are harmoniously orchestrated into a pleasing whole, its lights and darks swirl around one another, the faces have the exactly-so grace of da Vinci’s sense of features. Zoom for a moment into the flowers the infant Jesus is playing with:

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detail, Leonard Da Vinci, Benois Madonna

They are cruciform flowers. The scene appears lilting and innocent, but da Vinci prefigures the end at the beginning. This is not particularly what makes the painting so special. It is a common trope in Madonna and child paintings. No, what makes the painting special starts, as with Rembrandt, in psychology, and uses psychology as a springboard to moral philosophy. Zoom back a little bit and consider the scene.

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detail, Leonard Da Vinci, Benois Madonna, 1478

A very young Madonna is laughing as she holds up the sprig of Cruciferae flowers to Jesus. Her gesture is like her expression: she holds the flowers delicately, with humor. Jesus, on the other hand, is all business. He is before the age at which infants first laugh. He is very serious as he seizes hold of her hand with his left hand, and touches the flowers with his right. He inspects the flowers carefully. This is what play is like at its earliest infant stage – intensely curious, unselfconscious, unsmiling. Jesus’s solemn concentration is what has made Mary laugh. She laughs because he’s funny, and she loves him, and she’s happy.

There is absolutely nothing special about this scene. All decent mothers of healthy children have experienced it. Da Vinci minutely observes and records here a thing that happens every single day under every flag in the world. There are many Madonna and child paintings, but very few in which the humanity of Jesus is so adeptly translated into a gesture so common as to be universal, and yet simultaneously miraculous, one of the constant real miracles of life on Earth.

This has a meaning. The great lesson of Abraham and Isaac is that no human life should serve any longer as a mere tool of the god. This lesson was learned long ago, but it still demands Rembrandt to teach it to us again, to help us understand its profundity. The great lesson of Mary and Jesus is that each individual human being is precious. No life is the same as another life. We are not fungible. The loss of any one life is a specific and unique tragedy beyond comprehension. Because Jesus condescends to be human, his death is able to stand for all deaths, and not only for all deaths, but for each death. Each death becomes monumental, as his death is monumental. In approaching him, we are forced into individual dignity. This is one of the paths by which he redeems us.

Da Vinci teaches this lesson, which also needs to go on being taught, by depicting Mary as just some girl, and Jesus as just a little baby, anybody’s baby, hers, mine, yours.

Now look, I’m Jewish, and very proudly so. But I am not parochial in my admirations. What we are talking about here are two of the milestones in the moral history of the human race. The majesty of what we conceive of as human has a long history. It took a lot of building. Isaac and Jesus and their grieving parents helped to get us so far as we have come. And alongside the development of moral philosophy, it was necessary for these discoveries, these innovations, to be taught. Rembrandt and da Vinci are two of the great teachers of humankind, and these paintings we have been talking about are pivotal scenes in the moral education of the human race.

They are housed some dozens of yards from one another in the State Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia. They are among the several reasons it is a wonder of the world.

Next time we talk about scientists and magicians, and finally make our way to Jan Fabre.

To be continued.

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Two major GOP cornerstones are family values and limited government, but limited government excludes providing Americans with a higher standard of living through investing in social programs, but is embraced when using the government as a tool to impose Christian morality on the daily lives of Americans.

This surge in Christianity within the Republican Party began as early as the 1960s, but largely escalated during Ronald Reagan’s presidential campaign in 1980 as a means of attracting socially conservative Evangelical voters. The GOP successfully employs an ideology that supports right-wing Christianity as a basis of cultural norms, while dividing voters over social issues, under the guise of “morality.”

This segment of the American population has fallen under the pretense of “Slavery Is Freedom.”

Through the constant delusional fear of socialism and the “moral decay of America,” the conservative Christian segment of the U.S. is convinced that imposing their beliefs on others will save this country from being overrun by homosexual, transgendered, pot-smoking Whole Foods shoppers waiting to sodomize and abort freedom-loving Americans before converting them to communist Islamic terrorism.

During the second GOP debate, candidates clamored to display their insatiable compulsion to defund Planned Parenthood. Chris Christie, Walker, and Jeb Bush — all current or former governors — each bragged out about shutting down the women’s health organization in their home states.

Cruz called the group “an ongoing criminal enterprise.”

Mrs. Fiorina attacked the organization and its supporters.

“Liberals and progressives will spend inordinate amounts of time and money protecting fish, frogs and flies,” Mrs. Fiorina said, adding: “They do not think a 17-week-old, a 20-week-old, a 24-week-old is worth saving. This, ladies and gentlemen, is hypocrisy, and it goes to the core of the character of our nation.”

However, Planned Parenthood estimates 515,000 unintended pregnancies and 216,000 abortions are averted each year due to their contraceptive services while 4,665,000 men, women and young people worldwide are provided with sexual and reproductive health care and education annually.

The Republicans are so pro-life, they want to shut down the organization that actually helps reduce abortions and promotes reproductive health. Considering 97 percent of Planned Parenthood’s services aren’t abortion-related, and the Hyde Amendment prevents federal funding of abortions, defunding the women’s health organization doesn’t achieve the GOP’s intended goals.

Considering this contradictory approach to curbing abortion rates, shutting down Planned Parenthood makes about as logical sense as a nutritionist telling a Biggest Loser participant that a diet of Super Sized Big Macs will give them a Zac Efron body.

The Republicans are so hell-bent on protecting innocent lives, they blocked a bill that would restrict access to guns after 20 children and six adults were fatally shot in Sandy Hook Middle School. Mr. Cruz was the ringleader in filibustering such dreadful legislation.

Nine out of 10 Americans supported universal criminal and mental health background checks in the wake of this horrific shooting, but House and Senate Republicans didn’t hesitate to block proposals that would ban certain military-style assault rifles and limit the size of ammunition magazines and keep these weapons out of the hands of potentially dangerous people.

This is clearly because they care so much about freedom, democracy, representing the will of the people and the sanctity of life.

“Guns save lives” is a staple of Republican talking points, but the CDC reports roughly 30,000 annual Americans deaths caused by guns – 60 percent from suicide, a grotesquely overlooked statistic in the gun-control debate. This position essentially argues that any attempt at better regulating guns and bolstering mental health care would result in even more casualties.

In another attempt to mobilize Christian America, the arrest of Kim Davis for failing to uphold her duty as Rowan County clerk by refusing to issue marriage certificates to newly-wed gay couples because of her Christian faith, was a hot topic in the second debate.

Mike Huckabee is clinging onto Ms. Davis for campaign attention like a self-serving Facebook activist clings to a trending event to show the world how much they’re helping a cause by posting a status.

She has become a martyr for people who are unaware that a martyr has to die for a cause in order to qualify as one. Meanwhile, he claims that the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize gay marriage has resulted in the “criminalization of Christianity.”

Huckabee sounds like your senile grandfather recalling America’s glory days when he asserts America is experiencing a widespread rejection of Jesus during a time when 70.6 percent of the nation is Christian and 43 consecutive presidents of Christian faith or Christian backgrounds have been elected to the Oval Office.

Moreover, 28 states do not have laws protecting LGBT workers from employment discrimination or being fired for their sexual orientation. An additional three states lack laws that protect gender identity employment discrimination. There was also that Hobby Lobby Supreme Court case that granted businesses religious beliefs, because major corporations have feelings too.

Befuddling as it may be, the former Arkansas governor pleas for a national acceptance of Christianity through using Kim Davis as a beacon of tolerance.

Family values and morality don’t include improved access to education, childcare, health care and retirement benefits in the GOP agenda. Conservatives write these policies off as the promotion of a “nanny state” that imposes government on the personal lives of Americans.

Rather than promote Christian morals that makes child rearing and sustainable income easier for hard working American households, this concept has been manipulated to use religion to justify discrimination toward anyone who doesn’t conform to a “traditional” American lifestyle.

Republicans aren’t pro-life, they are simply pro-birth, as their policies ignore the well-being of millions of Americans and distract voters with social issues that cause them turn a blind eye to more grave, looming economic dilemmas.

The final part of this series will illustrate how many Americans have come to accept these illogical and contradictory statements.

Planned Big Brotherhood: The Republican Doublethink Contradictions (Part 1) can be seen here

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Ever have a friend who fits so many things into one day that it’s impossible to understand where they find the time for everything? Well, that’s actress Rachel Resheff.

I can’t even imagine how she found the time for this interview! Rachel put so much heart and soul into her answers I had to break it up into two parts, so be sure you check out both pieces.

Now let’s see what makes this 15 year-old so incredible!

Be sure to check out Part II to find out who Rachel played on Netflix’s Orange is the New Black!

You’re currently on Broadway in Larry David’s Broadway play Fish in the Dark w/ Jason Alexander. What was your audition like for this role?

I read about Fish in The Dark coming to Broadway in the Equity audition announcements. My family and I anticipated its arrival with excitement because we are huge Larry David fans. After learning that there was a role for a young teenage girl, my agent secured me an audition for the project. The breakdown of the character “Jessica Drexel” (Niece of “Norman Drexel” – played by Jason Alexander and originally played by Larry David) called for a 14-year-old intellectual Jewish girl. I went into the audition dressed as myself, since I was a pretty accurate fit for the character description.

There weren’t any suggestions or notes about the role or the show itself. Larry David, along with the director, Anna Shapiro and producer Scott Rudin were seeking all of the various parts of a dysfunctional family and so I believe it was about the feel of the actors and their personalities, as well as their ability to hit the comedy of the play, which is very quick, sharp, and funny. I think they were looking for real and simple in “Jessica Drexel”, as she is a kind of centered presence in a world of very larger than life people, and that worked in my favor in the process.

A few weeks after my first audition with casting, I was called back in to do my lines in different ways with casting. A few days after my callback, I met with Anna Shapiro who worked with me, taped my audition and sent it to Larry David and Scott Rudin to watch. A few days after that, I found out I booked the part!

Which coast is your main residence? Where were you born? Do you have siblings that live with you?

I was born in NYC. I have always lived on the East Coast, and that is where my family lives as well. I have two older siblings, a brother and sister, who have very different passions and interests than I do. We are a close knit family so when my brother goes to college this fall, we will feel happy for him, but sad for us. My sister will leave for college a year later, and I might have to stow away in her suitcase.

What kind of lessons do you take now? What kind of lessons did you take when you were little?

I have studied ballet, tap, jazz, and hip hop since I was three years-old. Tap is my favorite because it has such a rhythmic and musical element. My dance teacher, Janine Molinari, is a huge tapper, and sets a bar I try to reach every day. Ballet is a foundation for all dance and I enjoy what it allows me to do as a performer.

My voice teacher helped me to see voice as a lifetime instrument, so it wasn’t until recently that I let my inner belt fly. Voice is an instrument that requires both patience and care. It has always been important to me to work on all different types and genres of music.

I also play guitar, which I taught myself, and have played the piano for five years. I currently am a student at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts.

On July 26, you will have your debut at 54 Below. How did this come about?

During a music coaching session, Lindsay Mendez who’s an amazing mentor in my life, suggested the idea about how fun it would be to perform a one-woman show about my life as a teen performer. After a call with 54 Below, Lindsay came back to me saying they loved the idea and concept of the show. Knowing Lindsay would be the perfect director, I asked Steven Lutvak, who co-wrote and composed the Tony Award winning A Gentleman’s Guide To Love & Murder to musical direct the show. I was over the moon when he said he had time in his non-stop schedule. Steven has been my teacher, role model and friend since I first started in this business.

In “Unwrangled” I will chronicle what it is like to be a young professional actor growing up in the spotlight via a musical memoir; where I bring the wild aspects and spectrum of emotions to life. There are so many perceptions of who embarks on the type of journey I have had and what the path must be like. My goal is to bring people into that world and see why young performers have this unexplainable passion and how its collected moments are the reason us young actors keep doing what we do.

You’re 15 and already have been in five Broadway shows. (Fish in the Dark, The People In The Picture, Shrek, Billy Elliot, Mary Poppins.) You’ve also done non-Broadway theater. Tell us the difference between working on Broadway vs. non-Broadway.

Broadway is larger than life, and there is an exuberant energy that flows when the audience is with you. I am so lucky to have had the opportunities I have had to be in Broadway shows. In Shrek the Musical when I was only eight years-old, I first learned about the magnitude of a Broadway stage in the 2,000 seat Broadway theater. I would come out in a big tower and sing with Sutton Foster, and then I would watch on the stage monitor as each ensemble actor and dancer would bring to life their stories. Each show has such different spirit and life backstage and onstage. Mary Poppins and Billy Elliot were about the bonding of all of the kids. Most Broadway shows make a big effort to cast kids who get along with other kids. I think that’s probably why the processes can involve multiple callbacks. At age 10, when I entered my fourth Broadway show, The People in the Picture, written by Iris Rainer Dart who is now bringing her new show Beaches the Musical to Broadway, I had the chance to create a very big part opposite Donna Murphy who played my grandmother. Onstage I would watch Donna as she held her glasses or tilt her head a certain way, or change so slightly the lilt of her voice, and I was mesmerized by how the character was inside her body. At the end of the show, when I was crying as Donna’s character died, I was crying from a very deep place because I had connected so much to her. Shows are finely tuned machines, and every actor relies on the precision, heart, and energy of every other actor.

Plays, on Broadway and Off Broadway, require a very strong sense of timing and there is a rhythm that has to develop among the actors that draws the audience in, because there isn’t the music and dance and movement that musicals have to energize the audience. Larry David’s play feels like live comedy every night. Larry and Jason Alexander have brought such different things to the lead role, but each one has brought a larger than life element that sets a tone for each of the amazing actors in the play to weave into. One of the Off Broadway plays I did, The Big Meal, directed by Sam Gold and written by Dan LeFranc, had the feel of an orchestra, with different generations acting simultaneously and literally bouncing rapid fire off phrases which is a very true re-enactment of how real life can be. Another play I did, Everything is Ours, directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt and written by Nikole Beckwith, challenged the audience to look at how to connect to other people and form families in an increasingly remote world. Sometimes in plays, there can be even more of an intimacy that develops with the audience in a play in both large and small theaters. Besides the huge laughter and fun of working with the Fish in the Dark cast, the highlight of my last few years was playing the title role “Carrie” in a teen production of Carrie the Musical, produced by The Broadway Workshop, a youth and teen theater company run by Marc Tuminelli. The cast members remain some of my closest friends. I think for me, I love immersing myself in the world of a production, and getting into my groove with whatever part I play on stage.

Check out Part II of my interview with RACHEL RESHEFF!

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A new collection of “Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2” posters has been released, showing the cast decked out in war paint and ready for battle.  

The series of images is titled “Faces of the Revolution” and features portraits of Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence), Peeta (Josh Hutcherson), Gale (Liam Hemsworth), Cressida (Natalie Dormer), Johanna (Jena Malone), Finnick (Sam Clafin), Prim (Willow Shields) and Boggs (Mahershala Ali), their faces painted with a red mockingjay. 

Entertainment Weekly shared Gale’s poster, which shows him staring straight at the viewer, his eyes a piercing blue, with the words “Brothers Unite” and “The revolution is about all of us” printed across the bottom of the frame. 

Katniss’ poster is equally dramatic, with her intense stare evoking the strength and determination that made her “The Mockingjay” in the first place. 

All eight posters are being released by Lionsgate on July 6 via the film’s official Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts. Comicbook.com has them all in one place for your viewing pleasure. 

The posters come just a few days before Comic-Con, where the cast will be on hand for a Q&A about the final film in the franchise. 

If only they’d release the movie already. Five months to go …

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More and more women are refusing to shave their armpits — and resisting patriarchal beauty standards in the process.

Loyola University of Chicago student Bobby Crowley, who stopped shaving her underarms a few years ago, spoke to the double standard men and women face when it comes to their body hair in a conversation with HuffPost Live.

“It’s not just a body image thing, but it’s also a gender thing,” she said. “This is very clearly a gendered prescription that has been put upon women, whereas men are walking around and no one expects them to shave their armpits, obviously. People will talk about it like it’s a hygiene thing, but really it’s a gender thing. It’s absolutely only prescribed only to women, and there’s no way that women are any messier than [men], that’s for sure.”

While Lizzie Crocker, a staff writer at The Daily Beast, told HuffPost Live’s Nancy Redd that unshaven pits have become “inextricably linked to feminism,” Crowley said her choice to stop shaving was simply a personal one.

“Most importantly for me, when I started, it wasn’t about a movement. It wasn’t about anyone but myself. I would shave [my armpits] and they would be bleeding,” she said. “And really the reason I stopped is because I sort of looked at myself and said, I’m literally hurting myself every day because I have really sensitive skin.”

When she stepped back and questioned why she had been shaving every day, she had an epiphany.

“[I was not shaving] for me. It was a worry that when I lift my arms, I’m going to be shamed for having made a decision about my body that doesn’t go with how other people feel,” she said. “And that, to me, was most important.”

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One of nature’s rarest items, a pearl is produced within the soft tissue (specifically the mantle) of a living shelled mollusk. Just like the shell of a clam, a pearl is composed of calcium carbonate in minute crystalline form, which has been deposited in concentric layers. Truly flawless pearls are infrequently produced in nature, and as a result, the pearl has become a metaphor for something rare, fine, admirable and valuable.

Hidden pearls exist in the world of movies, as well: films that, in spite of being brilliantly crafted and executed, never got the audience they deserved beyond a cult following.

Here are a few more of our favorite hidden pearls in the world of film:


1. Massacre at Central High (1976)

Dutch director, and former cameraman for the legendary Russ Meyer, Rene Daalder was hired by producers to direct an exploitation film set in a suburban high school with all the expected sex, nudity and violence that defines the genre. What they got instead was something totally unexpected: David (Derrel Maury) a sensitive, but extremely tough kid, transfers to Central High, where he reconnects with childhood pal Mark (Andrew Stevens) who is part of the school’s ruling clique, led the Hitler Youth-esque Craig (Steve Bond) who rule over the student body like a police state. When David stands up to their bullying of other, weaker students, the clique retaliates, crippling David, only to find themselves being picked off one-by-one, having finally messed with the right wrong person. Although it certainly contains the above-mentioned exploitation elements, Massacre is a thinly-veiled metaphor for the rise of Fascism in society, brilliantly executed by the filmmakers and its young, attractive cast (female lead Kimberly Beck was one of the great beauties of her day). Highly influential upon dozens of later “teen” films, most notably Heathers, the film has been embroiled in a rights battle between its producers for decades, keeping a proper DVD/Blu-ray release and restoration from happening. Named by Roger Ebert as one of the ten best films of 1976, Massacre at Central High is a unique work that is alternately unsettling, hilarious and very sexy.


2. Quadrophenia (1979)

Inspired by The Who’s second, eponymous rock opera, after the classic Tommy, Quadrophenia is one of the greatest youth movies ever made, easily standing tall next to Rebel Without a Cause, Easy Rider, Over the Edge, and more. Phil Daniels plays Jimmy, a disaffected 19 year-old done with school but still not grown up, making as meager a living as a working class lad can in 1965 London. His only sense of belonging and identity comes from being a Mod, youths who related to post-modern popular culture in their dress (sharp suits and short haircuts), musical taste (The Who, modern jazz) and vehicles (Vespa scooters). Jimmy pops blues (amphetamines), gets into brawls with Rockers (leather-clad kids who ride motorcycles and have tastes still rooted in 1950s outlaw culture) and pursues the elusive, beautiful Steph (Leslie Ash). Jimmy’s struggle to fit in and define himself is incredibly moving. When he reconnects with an old school pal (a young Ray Winstone) who turns out to be on the “wrong side,” Jimmy’s anguish is palpable, as is his final, stunning act of rebellion, played out on the White Cliffs of Dover. Watch for Sting in his film debut as Ace Face, leader of the Mods, who’s charismatic image masks a sad reality.


3. Zardoz (1974)

In an interview with director John Boorman earlier this year, I told him what a huge fan I’ve always been of his sci-fi film Zardoz, that I’ve seen it eight times, and I still don’t know what the hell it’s about. He laughed and agreed that he wasn’t quite sure, either. Sean Connery is Zed, a primitive warrior in a future world divided into two camps: the poor savages and the privileged immortals. The savages worship the god Zardoz, a flying stone head that disperses guns and wisdom (“The Penis is evil! The Penis shoots Seeds, and makes new life to poison the Earth with a plague of men, as once it was. But the Gun shoots Death and purifies the Earth of the filth of Brutals. Go forth, and kill! Zardoz has spoken.”) Zed hitches a ride on the head and finds himself in the Vortex, home to the immortals, including the beautiful Consuela (the appropriately beautiful Charlotte Rampling), throwing the balance of the world off-center. Even watching this film stoned doesn’t quite make it add up, but it’s a stunning, wonderful ride nonetheless. New Blu-ray release makes it shine that much stronger.


4. Vanishing Point (1971)

Vanishing Point is the greatest existential chase/road picture ever made. The plot is so simultaneously simple and complex, it’s worthy of Camus: Kowalski (Barry Newman) is a professional driver who is hired to deliver a 1970 Dodge Challenger from Denver to San Francisco in 15 hours. Along the way, he breaks every law governing speed on the books, sparks a cross-country manhunt by every trigger-happy law enforcement agency known to man, and becomes a folk hero to the audience of DJ Super Soul (Cleavon Little), who gives hourly updates on Kowalski’s progress to the rebellious youth of the day. Vanishing Point is one of those films that runs an hour and forty minutes (and in the European cut, which we prefer, a bit longer) and has maybe ten pages of dialogue: in short, it’s pure cinema. Directed by Richard C. Sarafian, who was primarily a character actor, and knocked this 90 mph fastball out of the park.


5. Electra Glide In Blue (1973)

Another existentialist masterpiece masquerading as a murder mystery/policier, Electra stars Robert Blake as John Wintergreen, a pint-sized Arizona Highway Patrolman whose Napoleon Complex gives him a fire in the belly for bigger, better things: namely a detective’s gold shield. When a hermit is found dead from a shotgun blast in his desert shack, Wintergreen sees the case, which has more to it than initially meets the eye, as his ticket to the big-time. The only directorial effort of James William Guercio, known primarily as being manager of the group Chicago (who make a memorable cameo as a band of murderous hippies), who wisely spent a big chunk of his budget hiring the great Conrad Hall to shoot his film, Electra is one of the greatest-looking films of that hallowed cinematic decade that was the ’70s. Blake gives his finest (and most ironic, given how his life played out) performance, with his monologue toward the film’s devastating climax (“Loneliness’ll kill you deader than a .357 Magnum”) one of the most heartbreaking speeches ever committed to film.


6. Witchfinder General (aka The Conqueror Worm, 1968)

The UK has a film ratings system that goes back to the early 20th century, 1912 to be exact. By the late 1960s, films like Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Bonnie & Clyde and The Graduate pushed the need for such a system in the U.S. to its breaking point. A few films released in 1968 helped that final straw break. This was one of them. Telling the true story of the infamous Matthew Hopkins (Vincent Price in his greatest, least hammy performance), England’s infamous “witch hunter” who, with his assistant Stearne (Robert Russell) executed more than 300 people, mainly women, during their two to three years of ‘witch hunting’. Considering that 500 people in total were executed for witchcraft in England between the late 15th and late 18th centuries, it means that Hopkins was responsible for two thirds of these executions during a period of three years. Ian Ogilvy is the dashing young soldier who vows revenge upon Hopkins after his attack on his beautiful fiancée (Hilary Dwyer, both beautiful and a fine actress). In addition to a literate screenplay, inspired by Edgar Alan Poe’s The Conqueror Worm, the film’s then-unprecedented graphic violence, sex and nudity (still strong by today’s standards) was notable not only for its depiction, but for not being simultaneously exploitative. Director Michael Reeves, just 24 at the time of filming, gives the proceedings a matter-of-fact realism that makes it all the more disturbing. Sadly, Reeves would die of an accidental overdose a year after the film’s release.


7. El Topo (aka The Mole, 1970)

The first season of Saturday Night Live had one of their greatest fake commercials, showing Dan Ayckroyd and Gilda Radner arguing over whether an aerosol can’s contents contained a dessert topping or a floor wax. Chevy Chase then cheerfully enters, declaring “Shimmer is a floor wax AND a dessert topping!” Alejandro Jodorowsky’s El Topo is much the same: It’s a spaghetti western. It’s a Christ allegory. It’s a comedy. It’s a tragedy. It’s profane. It’s reverent. It’s graphically violent and sexual. It’s peaceful and beautiful. And that’s just the first twenty minutes! Largely regarded as the first “midnight movie,” El Topo was lucky enough to be seen by John Lennon and Yoko Ono during a New York screening, who suggested to their then-manager, the notorious Allen Klein, that he distribute it through his newly-formed ABKCO Films, becoming an instant hit among the counterculture, yet never completely connecting with mainstream audiences, for obvious reasons.


8. Black Sunday (1977)

John Frankenheimer is the only director to rate two films on both lists. Based on Thomas (Silence of the Lambs) Harris’ first, and only, non-Hannibal Lecter novel. When a Black September terrorist camp is raided by a Mossad team, led by Commander Kabakov (Robert Shaw), all its denizens are wiped out, save the comely Dahlia Ilad (Marthe Keller) whom Shaw catches au naturele in the shower. The rest of the movie has Kabakov and his lieutenant (the late Steven Keats) trying to correct this mistake. Not only was Dahlia the most dangerous terrorist there, she is planning on hijacking the Goodyear Blimp with an unhinged Vietnam vet (Bruce Dern, at his best) and blowing up the Super Bowl! Prescient, to say the least, and almost unrelenting in its level of tension and suspense, Black Sunday also gains its brilliance from an utterly objective screenplay by Ivan Moffat, Ernest Lehman and Kenneth Ross, showing the clear POV of the Israeli, Palestinian and Americans involved. Released to be Paramount’s first blockbuster of 1977, the film got critical raves across the board, but tanked at the box office. Paramount released a terrific DVD about a decade ago, and now we wait anxiously for the Blu-ray this film, the best thriller of the ’70s, richly deserves.


9. Targets (1968)

After paying his dues working with “King of the Bs” Roger Corman for several years, Peter Bogdanovich was given the opportunity to write and direct his first film, a low budget affair that would have to be shot quickly. Bogdanovich and his then-wife/collaborator Polly Platt (along with uncredited work from the great Sam Fuller) came up with this ingenious little thriller, loosely based on University of Texas sniper Charles Whitman, about a deranged Vietnam vet sniper (Tim O’Kelly) and a veteran horror film star (Boris Karloff, in one of his final films) whose lives intersect at a drive-in theater in the film’s climax. Bogdanovich himself co-stars. The film was released only a month after the assassination of Bobby Kennedy, causing many theaters to refuse bookings and patrons to stay away. It’s now regarded as an overlooked masterpiece, rightfully.


10. Kiss Me Deadly (1955)

Director Robert Aldrich, best known for The Dirty Dozen and The Longest Yard, had his finest hour with this brilliant, bizarre reinvention of Mickey Spillane’s Fascist detective Mike Hammer. After reluctantly rescuing a damsel in distress (Cloris Leachman, her film debut) on a deserted highway, private eye Mike Hammer (the great Ralph Meeker) finds himself embroiled in a Byzantine plot of murder, graft, vice and an A-bomb! Arguably the single greatest influence on the filmmakers of the French New Wave, Aldrich broke new ground with his use of music, dialogue, sex and violence in a brutal noir that remains potent at age sixty. In 1955, however, it was too far out to connect with audiences, and was viewed as a box office failure. You’ll never forget the final scene on the beach.

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Cinema’s Hidden Pearls — Part II

One of nature’s rarest items, a pearl is produced within the soft tissue (specifically the mantle) of a living shelled mollusk. Just like the shell of a clam, a pearl is composed of calcium carbonate in minute crystalline form, which has been deposited in concentric layers. Truly flawless pearls are infrequently produced in nature, and as a result, the pearl has become a metaphor for something rare, fine, admirable and valuable.

Hidden pearls exist in the world of movies, as well: films that, in spite of being brilliantly crafted and executed, never got the audience they deserved beyond a cult following.

Here are a few more of our favorite hidden pearls in the world of film:


1. Massacre at Central High (1976)

Dutch director, and former cameraman for the legendary Russ Meyer, Rene Daalder was hired by producers to direct an exploitation film set in a suburban high school with all the expected sex, nudity and violence that defines the genre. What they got instead was something totally unexpected: David (Derrel Maury) a sensitive, but extremely tough kid, transfers to Central High, where he reconnects with childhood pal Mark (Andrew Stevens) who is part of the school’s ruling clique, led the Hitler Youth-esque Craig (Steve Bond) who rule over the student body like a police state. When David stands up to their bullying of other, weaker students, the clique retaliates, crippling David, only to find themselves being picked off one-by-one, having finally messed with the right wrong person. Although it certainly contains the above-mentioned exploitation elements, Massacre is a thinly-veiled metaphor for the rise of Fascism in society, brilliantly executed by the filmmakers and its young, attractive cast (female lead Kimberly Beck was one of the great beauties of her day). Highly influential upon dozens of later “teen” films, most notably Heathers, the film has been embroiled in a rights battle between its producers for decades, keeping a proper DVD/Blu-ray release and restoration from happening. Named by Roger Ebert as one of the ten best films of 1976, Massacre at Central High is a unique work that is alternately unsettling, hilarious and very sexy.


2. Quadrophenia (1979)

Inspired by The Who’s second, eponymous rock opera, after the classic Tommy, Quadrophenia is one of the greatest youth movies ever made, easily standing tall next to Rebel Without a Cause, Easy Rider, Over the Edge, and more. Phil Daniels plays Jimmy, a disaffected 19 year-old done with school but still not grown up, making as meager a living as a working class lad can in 1965 London. His only sense of belonging and identity comes from being a Mod, youths who related to post-modern popular culture in their dress (sharp suits and short haircuts), musical taste (The Who, modern jazz) and vehicles (Vespa scooters). Jimmy pops blues (amphetamines), gets into brawls with Rockers (leather-clad kids who ride motorcycles and have tastes still rooted in 1950s outlaw culture) and pursues the elusive, beautiful Steph (Leslie Ash). Jimmy’s struggle to fit in and define himself is incredibly moving. When he reconnects with an old school pal (a young Ray Winstone) who turns out to be on the “wrong side,” Jimmy’s anguish is palpable, as is his final, stunning act of rebellion, played out on the White Cliffs of Dover. Watch for Sting in his film debut as Ace Face, leader of the Mods, who’s charismatic image masks a sad reality.


3. Zardoz (1974)

In an interview with director John Boorman earlier this year, I told him what a huge fan I’ve always been of his sci-fi film Zardoz, that I’ve seen it eight times, and I still don’t know what the hell it’s about. He laughed and agreed that he wasn’t quite sure, either. Sean Connery is Zed, a primitive warrior in a future world divided into two camps: the poor savages and the privileged immortals. The savages worship the god Zardoz, a flying stone head that disperses guns and wisdom (“The Penis is evil! The Penis shoots Seeds, and makes new life to poison the Earth with a plague of men, as once it was. But the Gun shoots Death and purifies the Earth of the filth of Brutals. Go forth, and kill! Zardoz has spoken.”) Zed hitches a ride on the head and finds himself in the Vortex, home to the immortals, including the beautiful Consuela (the appropriately beautiful Charlotte Rampling), throwing the balance of the world off-center. Even watching this film stoned doesn’t quite make it add up, but it’s a stunning, wonderful ride nonetheless. New Blu-ray release makes it shine that much stronger.


4. Vanishing Point (1971)

Vanishing Point is the greatest existential chase/road picture ever made. The plot is so simultaneously simple and complex, it’s worthy of Camus: Kowalski (Barry Newman) is a professional driver who is hired to deliver a 1970 Dodge Challenger from Denver to San Francisco in 15 hours. Along the way, he breaks every law governing speed on the books, sparks a cross-country manhunt by every trigger-happy law enforcement agency known to man, and becomes a folk hero to the audience of DJ Super Soul (Cleavon Little), who gives hourly updates on Kowalski’s progress to the rebellious youth of the day. Vanishing Point is one of those films that runs an hour and forty minutes (and in the European cut, which we prefer, a bit longer) and has maybe ten pages of dialogue: in short, it’s pure cinema. Directed by Richard C. Sarafian, who was primarily a character actor, and knocked this 90 mph fastball out of the park.


5. Electra Glide In Blue (1973)

Another existentialist masterpiece masquerading as a murder mystery/policier, Electra stars Robert Blake as John Wintergreen, a pint-sized Arizona Highway Patrolman whose Napoleon Complex gives him a fire in the belly for bigger, better things: namely a detective’s gold shield. When a hermit is found dead from a shotgun blast in his desert shack, Wintergreen sees the case, which has more to it than initially meets the eye, as his ticket to the big-time. The only directorial effort of James William Guercio, known primarily as being manager of the group Chicago (who make a memorable cameo as a band of murderous hippies), who wisely spent a big chunk of his budget hiring the great Conrad Hall to shoot his film, Electra is one of the greatest-looking films of that hallowed cinematic decade that was the ’70s. Blake gives his finest (and most ironic, given how his life played out) performance, with his monologue toward the film’s devastating climax (“Loneliness’ll kill you deader than a .357 Magnum”) one of the most heartbreaking speeches ever committed to film.


6. Witchfinder General (aka The Conqueror Worm, 1968)

The UK has a film ratings system that goes back to the early 20th century, 1912 to be exact. By the late 1960s, films like Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Bonnie & Clyde and The Graduate pushed the need for such a system in the U.S. to its breaking point. A few films released in 1968 helped that final straw break. This was one of them. Telling the true story of the infamous Matthew Hopkins (Vincent Price in his greatest, least hammy performance), England’s infamous “witch hunter” who, with his assistant Stearne (Robert Russell) executed more than 300 people, mainly women, during their two to three years of ‘witch hunting’. Considering that 500 people in total were executed for witchcraft in England between the late 15th and late 18th centuries, it means that Hopkins was responsible for two thirds of these executions during a period of three years. Ian Ogilvy is the dashing young soldier who vows revenge upon Hopkins after his attack on his beautiful fiancée (Hilary Dwyer, both beautiful and a fine actress). In addition to a literate screenplay, inspired by Edgar Alan Poe’s The Conqueror Worm, the film’s then-unprecedented graphic violence, sex and nudity (still strong by today’s standards) was notable not only for its depiction, but for not being simultaneously exploitative. Director Michael Reeves, just 24 at the time of filming, gives the proceedings a matter-of-fact realism that makes it all the more disturbing. Sadly, Reeves would die of an accidental overdose a year after the film’s release.


7. El Topo (aka The Mole, 1970)

The first season of Saturday Night Live had one of their greatest fake commercials, showing Dan Ayckroyd and Gilda Radner arguing over whether an aerosol can’s contents contained a dessert topping or a floor wax. Chevy Chase then cheerfully enters, declaring “Shimmer is a floor wax AND a dessert topping!” Alejandro Jodorowsky’s El Topo is much the same: It’s a spaghetti western. It’s a Christ allegory. It’s a comedy. It’s a tragedy. It’s profane. It’s reverent. It’s graphically violent and sexual. It’s peaceful and beautiful. And that’s just the first twenty minutes! Largely regarded as the first “midnight movie,” El Topo was lucky enough to be seen by John Lennon and Yoko Ono during a New York screening, who suggested to their then-manager, the notorious Allen Klein, that he distribute it through his newly-formed ABKCO Films, becoming an instant hit among the counterculture, yet never completely connecting with mainstream audiences, for obvious reasons.


8. Black Sunday (1977)

John Frankenheimer is the only director to rate two films on both lists. Based on Thomas (Silence of the Lambs) Harris’ first, and only, non-Hannibal Lecter novel. When a Black September terrorist camp is raided by a Mossad team, led by Commander Kabakov (Robert Shaw), all its denizens are wiped out, save the comely Dahlia Ilad (Marthe Keller) whom Shaw catches au naturele in the shower. The rest of the movie has Kabakov and his lieutenant (the late Steven Keats) trying to correct this mistake. Not only was Dahlia the most dangerous terrorist there, she is planning on hijacking the Goodyear Blimp with an unhinged Vietnam vet (Bruce Dern, at his best) and blowing up the Super Bowl! Prescient, to say the least, and almost unrelenting in its level of tension and suspense, Black Sunday also gains its brilliance from an utterly objective screenplay by Ivan Moffat, Ernest Lehman and Kenneth Ross, showing the clear POV of the Israeli, Palestinian and Americans involved. Released to be Paramount’s first blockbuster of 1977, the film got critical raves across the board, but tanked at the box office. Paramount released a terrific DVD about a decade ago, and now we wait anxiously for the Blu-ray this film, the best thriller of the ’70s, richly deserves.


9. Targets (1968)

After paying his dues working with “King of the Bs” Roger Corman for several years, Peter Bogdanovich was given the opportunity to write and direct his first film, a low budget affair that would have to be shot quickly. Bogdanovich and his then-wife/collaborator Polly Platt (along with uncredited work from the great Sam Fuller) came up with this ingenious little thriller, loosely based on University of Texas sniper Charles Whitman, about a deranged Vietnam vet sniper (Tim O’Kelly) and a veteran horror film star (Boris Karloff, in one of his final films) whose lives intersect at a drive-in theater in the film’s climax. Bogdanovich himself co-stars. The film was released only a month after the assassination of Bobby Kennedy, causing many theaters to refuse bookings and patrons to stay away. It’s now regarded as an overlooked masterpiece, rightfully.


10. Kiss Me Deadly (1955)

Director Robert Aldrich, best known for The Dirty Dozen and The Longest Yard, had his finest hour with this brilliant, bizarre reinvention of Mickey Spillane’s Fascist detective Mike Hammer. After reluctantly rescuing a damsel in distress (Cloris Leachman, her film debut) on a deserted highway, private eye Mike Hammer (the great Ralph Meeker) finds himself embroiled in a Byzantine plot of murder, graft, vice and an A-bomb! Arguably the single greatest influence on the filmmakers of the French New Wave, Aldrich broke new ground with his use of music, dialogue, sex and violence in a brutal noir that remains potent at age sixty. In 1955, however, it was too far out to connect with audiences, and was viewed as a box office failure. You’ll never forget the final scene on the beach.

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Abducted By Lust: Part 3

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Joe Manganiello Adorably Recites Part Of His Proposal To Sofia Vergara

When “Magic Mike” star Joe Manganiello proposed to Sofia Vergara last December, he was nervous — but it wasn’t because he thought the “Modern Family” leading lady would say no.

Instead, Manganiello, 38, was nervous about making a mistake reciting the Spanish proposal he’d been practicing for the occasion. Manganiello shared a part of the “big speech” during an appearance on “Live with Kelly and Michael” on Monday.

“I wasn’t nervous that she was going to say no, I felt pretty confident in that,” said Manganiello, who is currently promoting his new film “Magic Mike XXL.” “But you only get one chance to do it, and if you’re going to do it, you gotta do it right. So there’s a lot of planning that goes in, and yeah, actually I proposed in Spanish.”

“So I had a big speech in Spanish, and that’s what I was nervous about,” the actor continued. “The last thing you want to do is, like, mess up the Spanish on the proposal to the Colombian woman.”

After host Kelly Ripa asked him to recite a portion of the proposal, Manganiello said that he told Vergara “Eres mi todo,” or “You are my everything,” during the speech.

Manganiello proposed to Vergara, 42, during a Christmas family vacation to Hawaii. Since then the Colombian star has teased at a possible destination wedding and confirmed that a date has been set.

“Yeah, we have a date,” Vergara told Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS-FM radio show in May. “It was kind of difficult because we’re both working, and you never know what’s going to come in our work. But we had to stick to it because it was impossible to book a place with short notice.”

Vergara has kept most of the wedding details under wraps, but generally speaking, she’s been anything but quiet about her relationship with the “Magic Mike” actor. She even celebrated the couple’s first year together with a romantic Instagram post earlier this month.

Happy 1st Anniversary love of my life!!! Never been so happy!!#lucky❤️❤️❤️❤️@joemanganiello

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Watch the interview with Joe Manganiello on “Live with Kelly and Michael” above.

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Zoe Saldana On Nina Simone Criticism: ‘I Didn’t Think I Was Right For The Part’

The topic of race and casting in Hollywood resurfaced in the weeks since Entertainment Weekly published an essay by actor Michael B. Jordan on May 22.

In the essay, Jordan wrote about breaking down barriers with his role as the Human Torch, a character originally written as white with blue eyes and blond hair, in the forthcoming “Fantastic Four” film.

Jordan’s commentary prompted a response from actress Zoe Saldana, who supported the star’s thoughts in a Facebook post. In the post, Saldana posed a question to critics who were against Jordan playing the role.

If we question why Michael has been cast to play the Human Torch in Fantastic Four then we must also question why Elizabeth Taylor played Cleopatra, why Angelina Jolie played Mariane Pearl in a Mighty Heart, why Laurence Olivier played Othello, Burt Lancaster in Apache, and the list goes on….and on….

Saldana has faced similar criticism herself. In reaction to her casting as Nina Simone in the upcoming biopic “Nina,” some fans and critics suggested the actress was too light-skinned to portray the role.

The 36-year-old added to previous comments on the backlash this week in the July issue of InStyle magazine.

“I didn’t think I was right for the part, and I know a lot of people will agree, but then again, I don’t think Elizabeth Taylor was right for Cleopatra either,” she said in the interview. “An artist is colorless, genderless… It’s more complex than just ‘Oh, you chose the Halle Berry look-alike to play a dark, strikingly beautiful, iconic black woman.’ The truth is, they chose an artist who was willing to sacrifice herself. We needed to tell her story because she deserves it.”

For more of Zoe Saldana’s interview, check out the July 2015 issue of InStyle one it hits newsstands on June 15.

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F.A. Bauhofer, Geneva In disaster situations, the particular concern of WHO is not so much to offer immediate relief and assistance for affected communities, but to have ready prepared plans for the provision of primary medical care as well as for resuscitation and casualty services. Disast- ers are characterized by a need for rapid assistance and by the inability of affected communities to cope with the large scale mortality, morbidity, and damage to essential installations and homes. In some highly elaborate and centralized societies even small- scale events may assume the proportion of a disaster, if they result in the serious break- down of vital services. The Executive Board of the World Health Organization has defmed disasters or “emergencies”, as situations where there are unforeseen, serious, and immediate threats to public health. Particularly severe disasters may be classified as catastrophes; such -occurrences, whether natural or man-made, disturb or overthrow the existing order. For planning purposes, it is important to distinguish between different types of catastrophes since they require special relief measures. In the past, medical assistance was primarily needed in epidemics of, for example, plague, cholera, and smallpox. Today, health authorities face emergency problems brought about by major accidents and outbreaks of chemical pollution and poisoning, which may have long-term effects. The role of health services may differ quite extenSively in different types of cata- strophes, and an attempt must be made to draw up specific plans to deal with them.

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We talk a lot about national (and international) trends, but what about the more minute, localized ones? Different zip codes in the U.S. adopt their own uniforms, and it’s totally obvious when you take a stroll around the local mall. Since flying city to city would take a while (and is tough on the budget), we took luxury consignment site The Real Real up on an offer to peek at its shopping numbers, broken down by big American markets.

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The Midwest
Judging by shoppers in areas like Chicago, this is a part of the country that really likes things simple, classic, and sophisticated. Think statement studs and bracelets you can still wear every day, plus watches that add a final bit of polish.
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Typically quick to endorse trends, the Northeastern shopper fills her e-cart with both boundary-pushing, bold numbers and longtime classics. It speaks to a switch-it-up sensibility, by which ladies wear a conversation-starter one day and bust out chic basics the next.
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Flashy ladies in SoCal love glamour, and it shows in the jewelry they regularly snap up. When you study the top three sellers, it’s also clear that the Rachel Zoe effect is still in play, with everyday items accented by long necklaces that evoke a modern boho feel.
[Top 3 sellers: Rolex watches, diamond necklaces, statement necklaces.]

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The Real Real team described its shoppers in San Francisco and beyond as loving “subtle luxury,” and it’s easy to see why. An untrained eye might not notice anything special about the thin necklaces and bracelets they pull on, but fashionphiles will see little tweaks that make the outfit.
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A Brief (Pun Intended) History of Lawyers in Movies, Part II

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Lawyers in motion pictures have been portrayed as one of two extremes, devils or angels, almost since celluloid was invented. The first film dealing specifically with a law firm and attorneys, 1933’s Counsellor at Law, starring John Barrymore, portrayed its J.D.s as upstanding citizens, as did the early Perry Mason films of the same period. This quickly changed, however, with many attorneys portrayed as being capable of the same brand of skullduggery as their shifty clients. With that in mind, we bring you a list of the good, the bad and the ugly of lawyers in movies. Enjoy, and please refrain from suing us if you feel otherwise…

1. Devil’s Advocate (1997)
Keanu Reeves plays Kevin Lomax, a hot-shot young Florida lawyer who is all about climbing the ladder. When he gets an offer he can’t refuse from a high-powered New York firm, led by the legendary John Milton (Al Pacino). Soon Kevin’s wife (Charlize Theron) is plagued by demonic visions and he realizes he’s literally sold his soul to the Devil Himself. Pacino has one of his greatest, scenery-chewing roles this clever hybrid of Rosemary’s Baby and The Firm. Although his character’s name should be an immediate giveaway for the literate viewer, Pacino’s John Milton delivers one of the great speeches in movie history about the notion of righteousness in the post-modern world.

2. 12 Angry Men (1957)
Sidney Lumet’s classic film from Reginald Rose’s script boasts an amazing star turn by Henry Fonda as the voice of reason in a sequestered jury room full of men anxious to wrap things up and go home, even if it means sending a teenage boy, accusing of stabbing his father to death, to the electric chair. A dream cast of character stars to be (Jack Warden, Jack Klugman, Robert Webber, Lee J. Cobb, E.G. Marshall, John Fiedler, Edward Binns, Joseph Sweeney, George Voskovec, Ed Begley, Martin Balsam) provide electric support to the dramatic proceedings. Although there are no lawyers present on-screen, the opposing counsels are constantly hovering in the heated debate.

3. Chicago (2002)
Richard Gere follows up his turn as a slick lawyer in Primal Fear (1994) with an even more flamboyant performance as uber-mouthpiece Billy Flynn, who has made a specialty of getting murderesses off of Death Row, the more glamourous the gal, the better. When the double golden geese of Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly present themselves, Billy literally gives a song and dance for his girls that not only exonerates them in the eyes of the law, but makes them stars, as well. Gere’s performance and his beautifully-drawn character is the ultimate satirical slap in the face to officers of the court.

4. Presumed Innocent (1990)
Harrison Ford shines in one of his few morally ambiguous roles as Rusty Sabitch, a Deputy D.A. who finds himself a murder suspect when his former mistress (Greta Scacchi) is found bludgeoned to death. As Rusty scrambles to prove his innocence, the evidence against him mounts with alarming rapidity, making this both a cautionary tale and a frightening variation on Kafka’s The Trial. Based on Scott Turow’s best-selling novel, the film adapted by Oscar-winner Frank Pierson and director Alan J. Pakula, featuring fine support from Raul Julia, Bonnie Bedelia, Brian Dennehey, and John Spencer.

5. The Accused (1988)
Jodie Foster took home a Best Actress Oscar for her incendiary performance as a working class woman who is brutally gang-raped at a local tavern. When attorney Kelly McGillis takes the case, it becomes glaringly obvious how the legal system not only discriminates against victims of sex crimes, but against the wrong social class, as well. When McGillis decides to prosecute the men in the bar who didn’t participate in the crime itself, but cheered the perpetrators on, the film takes on uncharted territory, and becomes one of the greatest legal dramas ever made.

6. The Verdict (1982)
In a legendary career, this might contain Paul Newman’s finest performance. As Frank Galvin, a washed-up, alcoholic Boston attorney whose once promising career has collapsed into chasing ambulances, Newman is alternately riveting, repellent and heartbreaking. When a medical malpractice case comes Galvin’s way, the powers that be try to buy him and his clients off with a quick and easy settlement. Seeing a final chance at personal and professional redemption, Galvin takes the case to trial, facing off against a legendary fat cat attorney (the great James Mason), and a stack of odds that are decidedly against him. Jack Warden, Charlotte Rampling and Milo O’Shea are just a few of the fine actors offering excellent support in director Sidney Lumet’s masterpiece, penned by David Mamet from Barry Reed’s novel.

7. Primal Fear (1996)
A creative writing professor I had in college had a terrific analogy for stories about protagonists who think they’re in control during the duration of a story, only to have “a hammer come out of the sky and tap them on the head” in the end. This perfectly summarizes what happens to dapper, wealthy attorney Martin Vail (Richard Gere), Chicago’s most high-profile mouthpiece, in director Gregory Hoblit’s 1996 hit. When the Archbishop of the city is brutally murdered by a disturbed young man (Edward Norton, in his star-making debut) Martin eagerly takes on his defense, knowing he’ll have an open and shut case with an insanity plea. Oh Marty, you have no clue. Fine support from Laura Linney, John Mahoney, Alfre Woodard, Frances McDormand and Steven Bauer.

8. A Few Good Men (1992)
Writer Aaron Sorkin had his first bona fide hit with this Broadway smash, which he later adapted for director Rob Reiner to bring to the screen. Tom Cruise plays Daniel Kaffee, a navy JAG corps attorney who has never seen the inside of a courtroom. When he assigned the case of offending two Marines accused of killing one of their comrades, the young men claim they did it under orders from legendary marine Col. Nathan R. Jessup (Jack Nicholson, in one of his most iconic roles). One of the best courtroom dramas ever committed to film, Cruise’s character goes from being callow and indifferent to a full-blown crusader by the film’s now-legendary climax (“You can’t handle the truth!”). Fine support from Demi Moore, Kevin Bacon, Kiefer Sutherland and the late J.T. Walsh.

9. Anatomy of a Murder (1959)
The most controversial mainstream release of its era, Otto Preminger’s courtroom drama stars Jimmy Stewart as a small town lawyer who finds his defense for client Lt. Frederick Manion (Ben Gazzara) becoming increasingly complicated. Accused of murdering a local bartender who he claims raped and beat up his wife Laura (Lee Remick), Stewart soon finds out that Laura has a reputation for promiscuity and Lt. Manion a notoriously violent temper. Wendell Mayes’ screenplay, based on John Voelker’s novel, contained frank dialogue for the late ’50s, such as “bitch”, “contraceptive”, “panties”, “penetration”, “rape”, “slut” and “sperm.” In fact, Stewart’s real-life father was so appalled that his son had appeared in such filth, he took out a full-page ad in his local paper, urging people not to see it! While quite tame by today’s standards, the film still boasts fine performances by an expert cast, and Stewart’s masterful portrayal of a seemingly mild-mannered fellow whose determination won’t be swayed once he’s made up his mind.

10. Better Call Saul (2015)
Okay, so it’s a TV series, not a movie, but it’s a TV series that’s better than 98% of the mainstream releases that are currently filling the multiplexes, so here it joins this auspicious list. Bob Odenkirk is a revelation, reprising his role from the iconic Breaking Bad as shifty lawyer Saul Goodman, featured here in a prequel to BB, tracing Saul’s evolution from small-time Cicero, IL. con artist Jimmy McGill, to the kind of attorney whose name and likeness adorns matchbook covers and bus stop benches. As much a dissection (and indictment) of the American Dream as Breaking Bad was, with a character who is sometimes pathetic, often unintentionally comical, but utterly human in the end: an everyman for the 21st century who is more like most of us really are, as opposed to whom we’d like to be. Michael McKean is Odenkirk’s equal, playing his long-suffering, successful older brother, a legendary Albuquerque lawyer who suffers from a host of psychological maladies, as is veteran actor Jonathan Banks, as ex-cop turned dirty tricks-for-hire covert op Mike Ehrmantraut.

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Her Damaged Convictions: Awakenings, Part 7

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June expected a night filled with passionate love-making once back at Holly’s place. But the cold reception after their wonderful evening leaves her a little more than confused. Determined not to become one of Holly’s conquests, June sets out to steel her will against Holly’s games, until she learns that the only one begin played is her. Unable to measure up to June’s fiery desire, Holly tries to make things up to June but soon finds that she is not the only person occupying June’s time. This is the seventh part of the “Awakenings” series by lesbian erotica author, Lillian Bendover, and is 11,200 words long. Warning: Explicit Butch/Femme sex EXCERPT: “Where are my manners? My name is Avery.” She reached her hand out deftly, stroking the back of June’s own softly, then kissed it tenderly. Her eyes deep, clear and smoldering met June’s gaze with desire. June licked her lips and bit the bottom one in an effort to stop the orgasm that threatened to undo her. She giggled nervously, “My name is June.” Avery ran her finger along June’s jawline, watching as her eye lids began to lower half mast. “How fitting.” “Thank you.” June managed, rousing herself from Avery’s machisma. June sized up Avery from her short faded haircut down to her immaculately polished black shoes and felt drawn in. Who was this woman and what kind of woodoo voodoo did she lay on her? Those few brief moments with Avery’s strong attentions left June feeling heady and she loved it! She found herself imagining doing dirty things to and with this woman she had just met. Maybe it was the drink, she thought, the new-to-her place, the dress, anything but the fact that this Avery woman could make her feel like she was feeling – hot, bothered and ready to go.

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Dusting off the Wurlitzers: The Theatre Organ Scene in Indianapolis, Part I

Virtually anyone who grew up in Indianapolis in the 1980s has at least a vague recollection of the Paramount Music Palace, even if it was only through their tuneful commercial on early morning local news. For those of us who experienced it firsthand, I’m willing to venture those memories remain crystal clear, two decades after the establishment closed. I don’t imagine I visited the Music Palace more than a half dozen times (probably less), but I can remember the snakelike lines for both ordering the pizza and entering the Palace, while a potpourri of tone colors reverberated their way out the front door.

When I was older, I reflected on the PMP and how, because it was such a smoothly put-together concept (and, yes, a bit of a gimmick), it must have been a chain. But it wasn’t. It was an Indy original. And the 42-rank Wurlitzer (originally from the Paramount Theatre in Oakland, California had such a lasting influence on young people who grew up with it that it elevated Indy to one of the county’s leading cities for perpetuating the culture of the beloved but often neglected theatre organ — the pop-culture counterpart to pipe organs’ highbrow, ecclesiastical bent. These vintage instruments aren’t generally that easy to find, but a small cadre of devotees are doing their most to ensure they don’t pass into oblivion. And Indy has its fair share.

“There is rarely a time when I play pre-show… inevitably whenever it’s a pretty decent-sized crowd, someone will come up to me and talk to me about, ‘oh, is that the organ from Paramount Music Palace?'” Justin Stahl told me while sitting at a theater organ at the Warren Performing Arts Center, on the east side of the city, where he performs and practices regularly. “It’s got almost a cult following in the depths of the city’s history.” Like many other Indianapolis-based theatre organists — and the city has spun out a remarkable array of talent for its modest size — Stahl saw the Palace, which operated from 1978 to 1995, just a few miles away from Warren High School, as an inspiration for developing his craft at the instrument.

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Organist Justin Stahl performs at the theater organ (from the Barton Company) at the Warren Performing Arts Center, part of the eastside high school’s auditorium.

In fact, the Central Indiana Chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society (ATOS) is among the most vibrant in the country, using its strong network to attract national conferences to the city, where both local and non-local talent test their mettle on various instruments across town. Mark Herman, who based his variegated creative talents in Indianapolis until recently (and now lives in Pasadena, California) agreed with Stahl’s assessment: “The Paramount Music Palace… helped the ATOS chapter here grow… We still present usually about four concerts each year,” he observed. “The group has installed several organs, all of which are extremely fine installations.” Herman attests that the Paramount Music Palace was one of the best “at putting the general public and the theatre organ in contact with one another.”

It has been an uphill battle for the small but close-knit community of theatre organ aficionados, a coterie that includes performers, collectors and hobbyists, all unified most powerfully through the ATOS. Indianapolis enjoys a particularly prominent dot on the map because of localized efforts to restore and preserve particular theatre organs, where Anderson native Carlton Smith is one of just a few in the nation who has devoted his life to the craft. Tucked away in the Stutz building, Carlton Smith Pipe Organ Restorations features, at any given time, a half-dozen instruments in various stages of completion, with several more in storage awaiting his deft touch. It would be easy to say he saves them from their demise, but in many cases they’re already dead. Smith resuscitates them, sometimes for old picture palaces that have enjoyed a concurrent renewal, but often in private residences.

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A Barton theatre organ in the later stages of restoration at Carlton Smith’s offices in the Stutz Building.

“A sizable theatre organ — 13 ranks and up — will take us two to three years to restore,” Smith observed. “Of course, we still have smaller jobs, just components that someone might send us to rebuild. I primarily started my recognition in the theatre organ world by restoration of consoles [the apparatus at which the organist sits and operates to make the sounds]… sometimes we electrify them now instead of rebuilding the wind action.” Smith noted that he and his small team have to accommodate what the auditoriums want, and his fine arts background makes him widely sought after by purists because of his strong attention to restoration of the ornamentation on the instrument.

Smith is among many who recognize that ATOS largely emerged when the future of the instrument was seriously threatened. Tim Needler, chair of the Central Indiana chapter of the ATOS and an accomplished organist himself (though rarely before the public), recognized that they fell into neglect by the dawn of World War II, then shortly thereafter were scrapped. “Most theatre organs were either left in the theatres or junked when air conditioning came in because those chambers became a great place to put the equipment. Then, of course, the Second World War… there’s materials there for the war effort,” Needler recalled. The others fell into desuetude, so that today, according to Needler, “There’s probably fewer than a thousand. When you figure that every town had a theater of some sort, and almost every theater had an organ, so there were thousands and thousands.” Even a city like Indianapolis — not very big in 1930 — probably had close to 100 theater organs.

But their reign was remarkably short. Big names like Barton, Möller, Kimball and of course Wurlitzer innovated like gangbusters to enhance the silent film experience. “1926 to ’28, I would say, were the boom years,” Carlton Smith told me. “The boom years for the musicians, too. In a big theater, at a local level, they were rockstars. They had cult followings. Fans wrote them letters. The girls swooned over the guys.” But Al Jolson’s The Jazz Singer (1927) kicked off the era of the talkies — a technological advancement that soon became the status quo for movies and rendered the theater organ a dowdy curiosity.

The second half of this article will explore how different local theatre organists are seeking new methods of keeping the instrument relevant. All photos taken by the author.
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1. “‘Harry Potter’ started it, and now it’s bedevilling ‘The Hunger Games’ too. But the trend for dividing in two the last film of a series (see also ‘The Twilight Saga’) has less to do with story-tellers indulging our appetite for delayed gratification and more to do with executives enriching themselves.” — Brian Viner, The Daily Mail

2. “A film with the full title of ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’ may sound too self-consciously like a franchise building block to be best in series so far. And yet it is. […] Francis Lawrence, his actors and crew have given us a blockbuster that uses all its wit and wile to fly on the wings of what makes us human.” — Sophie Monks Kaufman, Little White Lies

3. “Katniss arms up … against anyone expecting diminishing returns from a four-part trilogy. With measure and muscle, Lawrences Jennifer and Francis nail the job of selling the long, twisting road towards revolution.” — Kevin Harley, Total Film

4. “Unsubtly resonant, at times quite rousing and somewhat unsatisfying by design, this penultimate series entry is a tale of mass uprising and media manipulation that itself evinces no hint of a rebellious streak or subversive spirit: Suzanne Collins’ novels may have warned against the dangers of giving the masses exactly what they want to see, but at this point, the forces behind this hugely commercial property are not about to risk doing anything but.” — Justin Chang, Variety

5. “It may disappoint young fans who relished the sheer fantasy verve that drove the first parts, but as a thoughtful and at times moving preamble to a tough climax, ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’ delivers.” — Mark Adams, ScreenDaily

6. “This is basically the third time that we’ve seen the whole ‘split the final book into two movies’ gimmick, and this is frankly the first time I believe said choice has done the material an artistic disservice. […] The acting is solid and there are interesting moments and beats throughout, but the film sadly feels like the first part of a two-part television series finale, with all of the proverbial ‘good stuff’ held in reserve for the theoretical final showdown.” — Scott Mendelson, Forbes

7. “‘Mockingjay – Part 1’ is still very much a ‘Hunger Games’ movie, yes, but it calls to mind smart political comedies like ‘Wag the Dog’ and ‘Tanner ’88’ as well.” — Alonso Duralde, TheWrap

8. “‘Mockingjay – Part 1’ is all queue, no roller-coaster. The third of four films in the successful and admirable ‘Hunger Games’ series is any number of good things: intense, stylish, topical, well-acted. But the one thing it could never be called is satisfying.” — Robbie Collin, The Daily Mail

“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1” stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Elizabeth Banks, Julianne Moore, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jeffrey Wright, Sam Claflin, Natalie Dormer and Donald Sutherland.
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