Month: June 2021

“Listen, I’m not ashamed to admit that I really enjoy a good drink,” confides Vera Wang. “Don’t you?” Sure. In fact, while it’s 5 o’clock somewhere, it’s 11 A.M. on my floor, where I’m wearing a man’s oxford shirt as a dress while sipping prosecco straight from the bottle. Granted, it’s a bottle of Vera
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Tony Cox (Mr. Parker) In the role of Mr. Parker, a disgruntled neighbor with a sultry wife, Tony Cox had a standout supporting role in Friday. Most notably, Cox is known for his performance as Marcus Skidmore in 2003’s Bad Santa. The actor’s other film credits include Willow, Beetlejuice, Spaceballs, Leprechaun 2, Disaster Movie, Epic
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Garth Brooks will play his first-ever concert at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium in late July. The country superstar announced the new Stadium Tour stop on Wednesday morning (June 16). Brooks’ Stadium Tour will stop at Nissan Stadium on July 31. The show will be at 7PM local time. Tickets for Brooks’ Nashville show will go on
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Bryan Furze and LeeMichael McLean were the target of a bizarre homophobic campaign (Facebook/LeeMichael McLean) A gay couple who were harassed with homophobic magazine subscriptions found a way to put the abuse to good use with the help of their local community. For five years, Massachusetts couple Bryan Furze and LeeMichael McLean endured a bizarre
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Sean King O’Grady‘s feature directorial debut works like Pandora’s box of horror. Tension already exists for the dysfunctional foursome trapped together within a cramped space, but endless complications douse that tension with gasoline. Hope dangles like a tiny beacon amidst the relentless wave of obstacles. We Need to Do Something asks its audience to use their imagination for
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