Daily Archive: November 2, 2017

Matthew Weiner takes a break from TV and plunges into fiction with ‘Heather, the Totality’

Matthew Weiner takes a break from TV and plunges into fiction with ‘Heather, the Totality’

One day in the fall of 2015, Matthew Weiner was wandering a rarefied block on the Upper East Side when he saw a construction worker leering at an adolescent girl in a school uniform — “tall and slender and a little knock-kneed” — as she walked into a building under renovation.

“What I really notice,”…

Trump calls for death penalty for NYC truck attack suspect

Trump calls for death penalty for NYC truck attack suspect

Trump calls for death penalty for NYC truck attack suspect

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump says the suspect in the New York City truck attack that killed eight people “SHOULD GET DEATH PENALTY!”

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Roque laughs off Trillanes tirade as Halloween joke

Roque laughs off Trillanes tirade as Halloween joke

Roque laughs off Trillanes tirade as Halloween joke

Incoming Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque did not throw hollow blocks but instead laughed off Thursday the tirade of Sen. Antonio Trillanes against him, saying he was apparently possessed by a bad spirit after he joined the Duterte Cabinet.

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CBS’s flashy, action-packed ‘S.W.A.T.’ reboot will no doubt serve as comfort food to some viewers

CBS’s flashy, action-packed ‘S.W.A.T.’ reboot will no doubt serve as comfort food to some viewers

Hey, “S.W.A.T.” is back, with its chart-topping Barry De Vorzon opening theme, just in time to stop you wondering when the next 20th century cop show was going to get a 21st century reboot. It begins Thursday on CBS, where “Hawaii Five-0” and “MacGyver” are already in progress.

Essentially a militarized…

Next year, work permits are required for kids in showbiz, game shows

Next year, work permits are required for kids in showbiz, game shows

Next year, work permits are required for kids in showbiz, game shows

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has issued a circular requiring work permits for children contestants in talent shows as well as for child actors appearing in advocacy materials or political advertisements.

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Beauz & Lenii – Not That Brave

Beauz & Lenii – Not That Brave

Mixing various genres is no easy task. However, Beauz seem to do it effortlessly on their new single “Not That Brave” with the help of Lenii. The duo Beauz have seen their success with releases on Armada and their win on the 2016 “Quicksand” remix competition hosted by APEK and Feenixpawl. Lenni is new to the […]

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Source: Beauz & Lenii – Not That Brave

Yuppycult x Billy Wonka – Candy feat. Chandler Leighton

Yuppycult x Billy Wonka – Candy feat. Chandler Leighton

Longtime friends Billy Wonka and Yuppycult have joined forces on this new stellar single “Candy“. For Yuppycult, the side project for a widely known American pop band, this will be his debut release. You might be familiar with Chandler Leighton from her appearances on American Idol. The combination of the three makes for an excellent single no doubt! The listener […]

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Source: Yuppycult x Billy Wonka – Candy feat. Chandler Leighton

Premiere: Blues musicians ZZ Ward, Fantastic Negrito team for ‘Cannonball’

Premiere: Blues musicians ZZ Ward, Fantastic Negrito team for ‘Cannonball’

Singer, songwriter and guitarist ZZ Ward has managed to find a connective thread that runs from traditional blues and R&B to contemporary hip-hop. See her bluesy versions of songs from Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino, Tyler the Creator and other rap word figures. She exploited that ability…

Premiere: Blues musicians ZZ Ward, Fantastic Negrito team for ‘Cannonball’

Premiere: Blues musicians ZZ Ward, Fantastic Negrito team for ‘Cannonball’

Singer, songwriter and guitarist ZZ Ward has managed to find a connective thread that runs from traditional blues and R&B to contemporary hip-hop. See her bluesy versions of songs from Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino, Tyler the Creator and other rap word figures. She exploited that ability…

Can the music world learn from Hollywood?

Can the music world learn from Hollywood?

Last month, before stories of Harvey Weinstein’s long history of alleged sexual misconduct triggered an unprecedented outpouring in Hollywood, the disgraced movie mogul responded to accusations against him by invoking the words of Jay-Z.

“‘I’m not the man I thought I was and I better be that man…

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