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Saturday Suggestion: The Bushwhacked Piano

Thomas McGuane’s second novel, originally published in 1971 to critical reviews, is a hysterical commentary on the state of the American psyche seen through the eyes and lived through the misadventures of wayward entrepreneur Nicholas Payne. 68 kata lagi


Viral 'Mexican 4th of July' video turns the tables on cultural appropriation

A hilarious new video asks, “What if Mexicans celebrated the 4th of July the way Americans celebrate Cinco de Mayo?”

The skit takes a lighthearted but poignant look at the way Americans appropriate Mexican culture under the guise of celebration, while rewriting history in the process. 85 kata lagi


Fandango.com: *HOT* $10 Off a Movie Ticket

Through September 6th (or while supplies last) AND on weekend purchases only, hurry on over to Fandango.com where they are offering $10 off a single Movie Ticket… 74 kata lagi

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Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis Are Maybe Getting Married This Weekend 

The sweet, sweet romance of Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher — a love that survived episode after torturous episode of That 70s Show—might finally be official under the eyes of the state and god. 32 kata lagi


WHAT'S HAPPENING IN HIP-POP: Malia Obama's Cool New "Girls" Internship, Taylor Swift & Calvin Harris Put Their Love On Full Display, & MORE!

Malia Obama hangs with Lena Dunham on the set of “Girls” in Brooklyn http://t.co/dABScnN7yS pic.twitter.com/pW7PWBPWO5

— Page Six (@PageSix) July 3, 2015

Malia Obama is most definitely one of the coolest girls around – why not add a super cool internship to her resumé?

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Ava DuVernay Won't Be Directing "Black Panther" for Marvel

For several weeks, the media’s been buzzing about the possibility of Selma’s Ava DuVernay signing on to direct Marvel’s Black Panther, making her the first Black woman to direct a Marvel film. 133 kata lagi


Mike Epps Hopes to Bring Back "Sanford and Son" With New ABC Sitcom "Uncle Buck"

If you were wondering why Mike Epps is starring in a TV remake of John Candy’s beloved 1989 comedy Uncle Buck, the famous funnyman has an answer for that. 126 kata lagi