Excellence in Indigenous Fashion Was on Display at the Santa Fe Indian Market

Photography by Nicole Romanoff. Graphic by Leo TapelIn honour of the Santa Fe Indian Market’s 100th anniversary, discover some of the event’s top fashion talents. By Kelly Boutsalis Date November 24, 2022 Facebook Twitter One hundred years of fashion can feel like a long time, with styles evolving and, more often than not, returning. (We […]

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Chris Hemsworth’s Top 5 Movies You Shouldn’t Miss

By Melissa Romualdi. Published: 12 hours ago Since Chris Hemsworth made his debut in film with his 2009 role in “Star Trek”, the Australian actor has reached Hollywood stardom and has nowhere to go but up with new gigs already signed for 2024 (“Furiosa”) and 2026 (“Avengers: Secret Wars”) release dates. From Captain Mitch Nelson to […]

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Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths

Alejandro G Iñárritu grapples with creative fulfilment and the Mexican diaspora in his sprawling, semi-autobiographical surrealist drama. “My homeland has many palm trees and the thrush-song fills its air; no bird here can sing as well as the birds sing over there” Brazilian poet Antônio Gonçalves Dias famously uttered in ‘Exile Song’, a poem written […]

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Daniel Radcliffe Gets Nostalgic Over Late ‘Harry Potter’ Actor Robbie Coltrane

By Zach Seemayer, ETOnline.com. Published: 7 hours ago Looking back with love and good memories. Daniel Radcliffe is reflecting on his time with the late Robbie Coltrane on the set of the “Harry Potter” franchise. Radcliffe, 33, walked the carpet at the New York City premiere of his new film, “Weird: The Al Yankovic Story”, at the Alamo Drafthouse in Brooklyn on […]

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Girls and guns: the 90s films that shaped the ‘frat boy generation’

Paul Weitz’s American Pie taught a generation of young folk that sex-based humour was the height of wit. The trope of pubescent teenage boys who felt the need to ‘conquer’ the female population was rife, incubated by popular culture that nurtured the misogyny and adolescent ‘boys will be boys’ attitude perpetuated by the landmark film. […]

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Yahya Abdul-Mateen Cast As The Lead In Marvel’s ‘Wonder Man’ Series 

By Melissa Romualdi. Published: 10 hours ago Last updated: 10 hours ago Yahya Abdul-Mateen II is getting ready to make the switch from DC to Marvel as the lead in the upcoming Disney+ series “Wonder Man”. The actor’s new character, also known as Simon Williams, is “the son of the industrialist Sanford Williams” who “assumes control […]

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