Al Jourgensen Was Concerned Enough to Make Two Ministry Albums in 2021 – Interview
Al Jourgensen Was Concerned Enough to Make Two Ministry Albums in 2021 – Interview Al Jourgensen has made repeated attempts to lay Ministry to rest in the 21st century, but it’s never long before we hear from him again. When Donald Trump took office as President of the United States in 2017, the industrial legend […]
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CNN’s Chris Cuomo Grills Lawyer Representing Nirvana ‘Nevermind’ Baby
CNN’s Chris Cuomo Grills Lawyer Representing Nirvana ‘Nevermind’ Baby Chris Cuomo, CNN anchor and brother of disgraced former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, recently spoke with the lawyer representing Spencer Elden in his child pornography case against Nirvana. Cuomo invited Maggie Mabie onto Cuomo Prime Time, sharing his doubt in the legitimacy of the highly […]
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Paralympics opening ceremony pandemic politics and plenty of fun
Paralympics opening ceremony pandemic politics and plenty of fun The opening to the Tokyo Paralympics offered a vision of disability that was not only empowering, but dynamic, imaginative and just a little wild The location for the Paralympics opening ceremony, at least in the imagination, was that of the Para Airport. After all the dispiriting […]
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Biden’s approval ratings in free fall amid Afghanistan bedlam
Biden’s approval ratings in free fall amid Afghanistan bedlam President ​Biden’s approval ratings continue to take a nosedive over his handling of the Afghanistan evacuation, with another national poll showing him falling 10 points, with approval now well below 50 percent. ​Forty-one percent of Americans ​approve of the job the president is doing, and 55 […]
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Biden doubles down on Afghanistan decision notes potential terror attack
Biden doubles down on Afghanistan decision notes potential terror attack A defiant President Biden on Sunday stood by his decision to pull troops out of Afghanistan — though acknowledged during a bumbling press briefing that terror groups like ISIS could now be poised to strike. “Let me be clear, the evacuation of thousands of people […]
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Old Navy Is No Longer Segregating Their Plus-Size Section
Old Navy Is No Longer Segregating Their Plus-Size Section The retailer announced their new BODEQUALITY initiative which will also extend sizing, diversify their mannequins and bring on Aidy Bryant as the face of the campaign. Old Navy is making major strides towards size inclusivity. And the sister company to Gap just announced that they are […]
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Around the World in 80 Days review – a charmingly goofy take on Jules Verne
Around the World in 80 Days review – a charmingly goofy take on Jules Verne Phileas Fogg and Passepartout become a frog and a monkey in a modest French-Belgian animation that’s hard to hate on Given there are so, so many film adaptations of Jules Verne’s infinitely malleable 19th-century adventure story, you might wonder why […]
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Historic wildfires in western US force ‘critical resource limitations’ as 21K battle blazes
Historic wildfires in western US force ‘critical resource limitations’ as 21K battle blazes The US Forest Service is reaching its breaking point with historic wildfires ravaging large swaths of northern California and 13 other western states. The agency is suffering “critical resources limitations,” deputy forester Anthony Scardina said Friday, with 21,000 federal firefighters battling the […]
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Vogue shot its September cover at the office
Vogue shot its September cover at the office Back to life, back to reality? On Thursday, Vogue unveiled its September 2021 issue, starring a bevy of supermodels including Bella Hadid and Kaia Gerber. But rather than shoot in an exotic locale (difficult to swing in a pandemic, no doubt) or expensive studio, the glossy decided […]
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