New documentary carries on Leonard Nimoy’s legacy

June 19, 2017

The late Leanard Nimoy (left) and Julie Nimoy, his daughter and writer of the new documentary.Image: Julie nimoy  and David knight The love for Leonard Nimoy lives long and prospers, but does the world really need two Nimoy documentaries, one from each of his biological children? Logically speaking, yes it does. Our films are very different, said Julie Nimoy, referring to her new documentary, Remembering Leonard Nimoy, and For the…

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Wokeness won’t solve Katy Perry’s identity crisis

June 18, 2017

Katy Perry wants to fight the good fight. She'll have to learn how first.Image: Picturematt/REX/Shutterstock In Katy Perry’s haphazard and controversial rebranding as a woke pop star, she seems ready to admit she’s often out of her depth. These days only three words now comprise her Twitter bio: “i know nothing.” It’s a refreshing dose of humility from a celebrity who seems constantly torn between her good intentions and ego….

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Bill Cosby should testify at his trial

June 12, 2017

(CNN)He may not want to, and it may be painful for everyone to watch, but Bill Cosby should take the stand and testify in his trial for aggravated indecent assault — especially if he wants to stay out of prison. The jury heard portions of Cosby’s prior testimony where he admitted to giving women Quaaludes (a strong sedative and recreational drug) before having sex with them. The deposition testimony was…

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Katy Perry’s ‘Witness’ is a bleak crusade for intimacy in the digital age

June 7, 2017

Email my heart? Imagine your terror of tweeting a joke that doesn’t quite land or even a careless typo. Multiply that pressure millions of times, and you’re in Katy Perry’s social media hell, where the weirdly defensive Witness was born. The album plays out like the “Can you hear me now?” Verizon commercials a meme before we knew to call it that as Perry wanders aimlessly in search of a…

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The Desperate Gambit That Could Save A Tiny Porpoise From Extinction … Or Kill It

ith carcasses continuing to wash up, researchers worry the vaquita could be extinct by 2018,becoming yet another mammal forced off the face of the Earth. Losing the porpoise would be a tragedy for Mexico, the World Wildlife Fund said this week akin to losing a piece of the country, according to Maria Jose Villanueva, a project coordinator for WWF Mexico. But the demise of the vaquita would be a blow…

May 23, 2017
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Fyre Festival Lawsuit Wants $100 Million, Claiming It Was Hunger Games Meets FEMA

Fyre Festival organizers Ja Rule and Billy McFarland were hit with a $100-million lawsuit Monday, claiming they tried to fleece attendees for hundreds of millions of dollars. Attendees of the disastrous concert for rich kids claim the festival wasnt just fraudulently advertisedit also was dangerous. The festivals lack of adequate food, water, shelter, and medical care created a dangerous and panicked situation among attendees, the suit claims. Festival-goers survived on…

May 16, 2017
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