Ice Cube, Rapper Too Short And More React To Gavin Newsom’s Rap Lyrics Law Protecting Artists’ Creative Freedom In Criminal Cases

By Melissa Romualdi. Published: 3 hours ago Friday marked a big win for artists in California. The state Governor Gavin Newsom signed The Decriminalizing Artistic Expression Act, a new law that will restrict California courts from using rap lyrics as evidence in criminal cases. The landmark lesiglastion comes after the Calif. Senate and Assembly unanimously […]

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How Rent the Runway CEO Jennifer Hyman Built a ‘Willy Wonka Land of Fashion’

In ELLE.com’s monthly series Office Hours, we ask people in powerful positions to take us through their first jobs, worst jobs, and everything in between. This month we spoke with Jennifer Hyman, CEO and co-founder of Rent the Runway, who first had the idea for the high-end clothing rental service when she was 26 years […]

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1976 – first-look review

This searingly intense character study sees a woman questioning her cosy bourgeois lifestyle in Pinochet’s Chile. As the title of Manuela Martelli’s directorial debut suggests, the year is 1976, and Chile is suffocating under the nightmare that is Augusto Pinochet’s dictatorship. Enveloped in the ennui of upper-middle class life, Carmen’s (Aline Kuppenheim) concerns would not […]

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‘The Bachelorette’ Finale: Rachel And Tino Split After He Confessed To Cheating on Her

By Paige Gawley, ETOnline.com. Published: 3 hours ago Last updated: 3 hours ago Rachel Recchia and Tino Franco‘s engagement was short-lived. After the pair’s engagement was shown on Tuesday night’s season finale of “The Bachelorette”, footage filmed during a so-called happy couple weekend revealed how things ultimately came to an end. The pair’s romance goes all the way […]

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‘Bachelorette’ Alum DeMario Jackson Hit With Lawsuit, Accused Of Sexual Assault By 2 Different Women

By Brent Furdyk. Published: 5 hours ago Last updated: 5 hours ago DeMario Jackson, who was a contestant on both “The Bachelorette” and “Bachelor in Paradise”, is being sued by two different women who claim that he sexually assaulted them. According to court documents obtained by TMZ, the women — both filing under the pseudonym Jane […]

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Emily Carey On Her Final House of the Dragon Scenes: ‘We See That Spark of the Angry Woman’

Emily Carey is leaving. Unless you’re well-practiced in the particular art of spoiler-dodging online, you knew this was coming. HBO has been forthcoming about very little when it comes to their hit Game of Thrones prequel series, House of the Dragon, but they’ve been transparent about this: After episode 5, the actresses portraying Rhaenyra Targaryen […]

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Discover the radical energy of this unsettling psychodrama

In 1970, J.G. Ballard’s The Atrocity Exhibition was first published by Jonathan Cape in the UK. This anti-novel has had a complicated publication history: all 15 of the (linked) stories that make up its chapters had already been published separately over the previous four years; in America, Doubleday & Company pulled their scheduled 1970 publication […]

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