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EODM’s Jesse Hughes Apologizes After March For Our Lives Tirade

March31

Eagles of Death Metal's Jesse Hughes apologized to "the youth of America" on Saturday for criticizing the March for Our Lives protest. The apology came five days after Hughes labeled the surviving students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting as

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Anticon Rapper-Producer Alias Dead at 41

March31

Influential rapper, producer and Anticon record label co-founder Brendon "Alias" Whitney died Friday at the age of 41. 

Anticon confirmed Whitney's death in a statement Saturday. "Just received news of a major loss - the passing of our dear friend and Anticon co-founder @AliasAnticon," the Los Angeles-based hip-hop label

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Inside America’s Only Government-Run Pot Dispensary

March31

It's barely been three months since Don Stevens stopped being mayor of North Bonneville, Washington, and he's already feeling distraught about his legacy. We're sitting on the misty banks of the Columbia River, nestled in a lush gorge about two miles off the Pacific Crest Trail, when the 61-year-old lights a joint, takes a hit, passes it to me, and lets out a forlorn sigh.

"I almost

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‘Gemini’ Review: Murder Mystery Riff is ‘L.A. Confidential’ for Millennials

March31

The idea that Los Angeles is a city of angels run by devils – that this is where people go to make their dreams come true and where dreams go to die – is, by this point, a completely overplayed cliché. (One based in truth, some might argue, but still.) But the notion that Hollywood, as both a place and a concept, remains a great place to stage a murder mystery? There's still fertile ground to

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‘Broad City’ Star Plans ‘A League of Their Own’ Series for Amazon

March31

An A League of Their Own series is in the works at Amazon, with Broad City's Abbi Jacobson on board to co-write the television reboot.

The comedy series will be a complete overhaul of the beloved 1992 baseball movie, meaning that the film's central characters – played by Tom Hanks, Geena Davis and

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Watch Neil Young Revisit ‘Peace Trail’ for New ‘Paradox’ Video

March30

Neil Young revisits his 2016 song "Peace Trail" for the rocker's latest music video, featuring footage from Young and Promise of the Real's surreal quasi-Western Paradox.

In the video, helmed by Paradox director Daryl Hannah, Young and Promise of the Real perform the Peace Trail title

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‘Tyler Perry’s Acrimony’ Review: This Hack Job Will Make You Angry

March30

For all Taraji P. Henson fans out there – and I'm a card-carrying, dues-paid-up member of the club – the bad news is that her latest feature, following on the heels of this year's hitwoman horror show Proud Mary, sucks this glorious actress down into more cinematic quicksand. Tyler Perry's Acrimony, presumably titled to set it apart from your acrimony or mine, is a female

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‘The Last Movie Star’ Review: Burt Reynolds Shines in His Swan Song

March30

What we have here isn't much of a movie. In fact, it would be generous to dismiss it as threadbare. But The Last Movie Star stars Burt Reynolds in the title role. It's perfect casting. Reynolds rode the box-office pinnacle in the 1970s and 1980s in vehicles as diverse as Smokey and Bandit and Deliverance, still his best screen performance tied with his comeback turn in

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Watch SZA’s Summer Camp-Set ‘Broken Clocks’ Video

March30

SZA released a dreamy video for her single "Broken Clocks." The visual is the latest from her debut album Ctrl, which was released last year.

SZA co-directed the clip with Dave Meyers, a frequent collaborator of her Top Dawg label mate, Kendrick Lamar. The hazy

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Is the Two-Party System Doomed?

March30

Thomas Piketty, the French economist whose 2013 bestseller Capital in the 21st Century awoke upscale Americans to the shocking news that their economic system was not working for everyone, has written a new paper exposing more uncomfortable truths.

Piketty's new essay, called Brahmin

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