Wynonna Judd has a half-sister, actor Ashley Judd, but it turns out she also has a half-brother. After learning about her biological father’s son, the singer recently called him up to meet — at least over the telephone. Wynonna Judd was born Christina Claire Ciminella, and for years she thought her father was Michael Charles
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A treasured scene for me: a late-middle-aged Bill Murray, in Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation, showing up at Scarlett Johansson’s hotel room door in an inappropriately youthful orange camouflage T-shirt, only for Johansson to burst out laughing. Murray retreats to the bathroom, turns the shirt inside out. And into the Tokyo night they go, undaunted.
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Courtesy of Rebag / PAUL DE LUNA Since Rebag’s founding in 2014, the reseller site has built a small empire of gently-used designer used bags, everything from vintage Fendi to one-of-a-kind Hermès Birkins. Earlier this year, they launched a selection of accessories, and now the company is expanding even further by venturing into watches and
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Billy Joe Shaver, who died Wednesday at 81, wrote country songs about what he knew firsthand: sin and heartbreak, hard living and hard working, and ultimately salvation. Waylon Jennings famously cut a bunch of them for 1973’s Honky Tonk Heroes, and Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, and Johnny Cash would all record some too. Even Elvis
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Coroner is no stranger to repressed trauma, but Coroner Season 2 Episode 4 brought things to a whole new level. Repression has been at the center of the show since we first saw that black dog on Coroner Season 1 Episode 1. Usually, it’s just Jenny repressing things. In recent episodes, we’ve seen a bit
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There’s an elemental beauty to Loma’s sophomore album, Don’t Shy Away, that reveals itself slowly but surely. After all, that’s the way it goes with most things in nature, a word that also happens to have been used as a fitting tag for the album – it’s not one you usually see alongside ‘alternative’ and
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Today’s Featured Deals In case you missed yesterday’s most popular deals Previous Daily Deals Night of the Mannequins by Stephen Graham Jones for $3.99 Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz and Stephen Gammell for $2.99 Broken Harbor by Tana French for $1.99 These Witches Don’t Burn by Isabel Sterling for $2.99
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The title track of Mickey Guyton’s 2020 EP Bridges is meant to unify. “Bridges,” the song, talks of building bridges — metaphorically speaking — from one person to another, no matter the chasms of differences between us. “What if we took these stones we’ve been throwin’? / What if we laid ’em down? / What if we forget all
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France is now set to enter a second lockdown phase from tomorrow night and for five weeks as coronavirus cases continue to escalate. French President Emmanuel Macron made the announcement in an address to the nation this evening. Movie theaters were not explicitly cited, but will clearly be included in the off-limit zones, dealing a
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Screen Media grabs a hatchet and goes on the hunt in Chad Faust’s feature directorial debut thriller Girl, which will open in select theaters November 20 before arriving on VOD platforms November 24th. “In Girl, a young woman (Bella Thorne) returns to her small hometown to exact revenge on her abusive father, only to discover someone murdered him the day before. As
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A heartbroken Emily Rose hits the road in the new music video for her single “Windshield.” Press play below to watch the clip, premiering exclusively on The Boot. Written by Rose, Ed Hill and Donnie Skaggs, “Windshield” dispenses some important wisdom over its traditional, steel guitar-flecked melody: “The windshield’s a whole lot bigger than the rearview mirror.” “The
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This has been, among many things, a year of readjusting expectations. For decades in the United States, Americans have gotten used to finding out the results of the presidential election relatively soon after polls closed on Election Day (which is November 3rd this year, ICYMI). However, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 is shaping up
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The 2020 Goodreads Choice Awards are open for voting! The opening round of the 12th annual Awards, which are decided by readers, runs now through November 8. How It Works Voting is open to Goodreads registered members. Check Your Shelf Newsletter Sign up to receive Check Your Shelf, the Librarian’s One-Stop Shop For News, Book Lists, And
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Kelly Clarkson and Brett Eldredge meet “Under the Mistletoe” in their new Christmas duet. The festive love song, penned by Clarkson and Aben Eubanks, arrived on Wednesday (Oct. 28), just under two months out from the year-end holiday. A perfectly modern, Christmasy melody — with plenty of jingling bells, of course — accompanies Clarkson and Eldredge as they wonder
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October 27, 2020 3:13 pm By Nadia Vella Luke Mordue examines the historical impact of the stories that haunt our society; tales that have gripped towns and cities across the world for centuries as true events. Urban Legends. Broken into three sections; The Story, where the tale is retold. The History, where the true crimes
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As Oneohtrix Point Never, Daniel Lopatin has cut a striking figure through the last decade of electronic music. The 38-year-old’s career began in the underground noise scene, when he released synth-laden new age abstractions, and has taken him down fascinating paths not often traveled by avant-garde musicians, like touring with Soundgarden and Nine Inch Nails,
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