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‘Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union’ looks back on his life and legacy
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‘Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union’ looks back on his life and legacy

Timed to the former president’s 60th birthday, “Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union” seeks to be the definitive document on Barack Obama’s life and presidency, and at five-plus hours over three nights, mostly succeeds in that daunting task. At its best, this HBO production weds the soaring rhetoric and lofty expectations to the…More

Dolly Parton invested Whitney Houston cover royalties in Black Nashville neighborhood
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Dolly Parton invested Whitney Houston cover royalties in Black Nashville neighborhood

Dolly Parton has revealed that she invested her royalties from Whitney Houston‘s cover of “I Will Always Love You” into a Black community in Nashville. The Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, producer and actress wrote and performed the song in 1973 as a farewell to her then business partner, Porter Wagoner. However, it wasn’t until Houston…More

Jason Momoa’s ‘brother,’ Lenny Kravitz, wishes him happy birthday
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Jason Momoa’s ‘brother,’ Lenny Kravitz, wishes him happy birthday

The love fest between Lisa Bonet’s current husband and former husband continues. Over the weekend, musician and actor Lenny Kravitz, who was married to Bonet from 1987 to 1993, posted a photo with Jason Momoa, who is currently married to her on Kravitz’s Instagram account. “Happy Birthday, @prideofgypsies,” the caption read. “I’m proud to call…More

Matt Damon credits his daughter for ending his use of the ‘f-slur’
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Matt Damon credits his daughter for ending his use of the ‘f-slur’

Thankfully, Matt Damon has a daughter who can school him on what’s become taboo. The “Stillwater” star admitted he just recently stopped using a homophobic slur because he’s learned about “changes in modern masculinity.” “The word that my daughter calls the ‘f-slur for a homosexual’ was commonly used when I was a kid, with a…More

Kathy Griffin announces she has lung cancer
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Kathy Griffin announces she has lung cancer

Years after Kathy Griffin shaved her head in solidarity with her sister who was undergoing chemotherapy, the comedian and actress has announced she has lung cancer. “I’ve got to tell you guys something. I have cancer,” Griffin began a note posted Monday on her verified Instagram account. “I’m about to go into surgery to have…More

Beyoncé’s ‘Formation’ named best music video of all time by Rolling Stone
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Beyoncé’s ‘Formation’ named best music video of all time by Rolling Stone

Beyoncé’s “Formation” has been named best music video of all time by Rolling Stone. The publication wrote, “If Beyoncé’s self-titled visual album established her as one of the greatest artists of all time, her surprise-released ‘Formation’ video (and ensuing album Lemonade) marked her as one of the most important.” The video, which was released in…More

Ashley Judd is walking again, six months after shattering her leg in Congo accident
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Ashley Judd is walking again, six months after shattering her leg in Congo accident

Ashley Judd says it’s with “quiet awe” that she is walking, nearly six months after shattering her leg in four places while on a trip in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The “Double Jeopardy” star and activist was hospitalized in February after sustaining severe injuries from a fall while journeying through rainforest. On Sunday, Judd…More

Where ‘Welcome Back, Kotter’ at first wasn’t welcome
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Where ‘Welcome Back, Kotter’ at first wasn’t welcome

When “Welcome Back, Kotter” debuted on September 9, 1975, on ABC, viewers were charmed by the sitcom and its endearing group of unruly high school students. That is, unless those viewers were in Boston. In a controversy that’s become an unforgettable part of the sitcom’s history, Boston’s ABC affiliate initially wouldn’t let the now-classic comedy…More

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