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Best Picture mishap takes precedence over 89th Academy Awards
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Best Picture mishap takes precedence over 89th Academy Awards

After a night of celebration, unity, jubilation and falling candy, the 89th Annual Academy Awards ended with a great deal of controversy and confusion, as La La Land—which took home six Oscars after a record 14 nominations—was named Best Picture. The cast and crew’s celebration would be short lived. Presenter Warren Beatty was handed the…

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Fashion takes Oscars

Who you are wearing is as prominent a question as who the winners of the night are going to be at the Oscars, a night of broken ambitions and embarrassing flubs. Fashion at the Oscars has become such a crucial part of the biggest night in Hollywood that many people tune in just to see…

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Hughes releases album after hiatus

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Glenn Hughes has quite possibly one of the most impressive resumes in music. Starting his career with the cult classic funk rock trio Trapeze, the bass guitarist and singer found himself with various stints in a wide variety of groups over the years, including two iterations of hard…

Reeves returns to action-packed sequel, John Wick: Chapter 2
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Reeves returns to action-packed sequel, John Wick: Chapter 2

After having starred in the action-packed John Wick in 2014, Keanu Reeves made his return to the genre in its sequel, John Wick: Chapter 2. The sequel was an entertaining action film featuring killing scenes that were well-choreographed and successfully scaled up in their level of intensity. With the announcement of the inevitable sequel, the…

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Manager of renowned Chelsea Hotel dies at 82

Hotelier Stanley Bard died of a stroke on Feb. 14. Bard was the manager of the Chelsea Hotel from 1964 through the turn of the 21st century, ushering in a cultural revolution that gave rise to bohemianism in the United States. Bard’s time as an innkeeper introduced an era of tolerance. Housing artists and writers…

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ABC’s The Bachelorette casts first black lead

She may have not gotten the final rose on ABC’s The Bachelor, but 31-year-old Rachel L. Lindsay has many more reasons to celebrate. The lawyer from Texas will be the first black lead on The Bachelorette, a spinoff of The Bachelor. Although the news broke out all over social media and some news outlets right…

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RHCP promotes 11th studio album

Nearly four years after their last major tour ended, alternative funk legends the Red Hot Chili Peppers are back on the road for a massive 18-month world tour to promote their 11th studio album, The Getaway. After a successful European leg, the band returned to the United States and dropped by New York City for…

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