Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck Are Reportedly Discussing Having a ‘Destination or Tropical Wedding’

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck are in the midst of wedding planning, Entertainment Tonight reports, and their eyes are set on some place warm and outside of Los Angeles. A source told the outlet, “Ben and Jen want to get married soon. They are talking about having a destination or tropical wedding. They can’t wait […]

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Anthony Anderson Shares His Parenting Advice As A Father: ‘Be Patient’

By Anita Tai. 1 hour ago Nothing is more important to Anthony Anderson than family. That’s why family was the focus of the “black-ish” actor’s interview with Kindred by Parents.com on Thursday. Anderson is well-known for playing the patriarch Dre on the popular sitcom which he reveals is actually partially based on his life. “Dre […]

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Every Word of Taylor Swift’s NYU Commencement Speech: ‘You Will Screw It Up Sometimes. So Will I.’

Taylor Swift became a doctor today—technically, earning her honorary doctorate from New York University with the graduating class of 2022. Swift shared a video of herself en route to the graduation ceremony, where she was the commencement speaker. And Swift gave one of her most honest, inspiring speeches yet, adding cheeky comments about her songs […]

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Creative polymath and paper magician Lobulo on the art of making mistakes

In partnership with Adobe. In The OFFF Dispatch we’ve partnered with Adobe to report back from OFFF Barcelona, one of the world’s largest showcases of creativity, art and digital design. Here, animators Amanda Schrembeck and Linda McNeil share their best creative advice. There’s no easily definable category in which to place Lobulo. His primary medium […]

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Celebrity Chef Mario Batali Acquitted Of Sexual Misconduct

By Philip Marcelo , The Associated Press. 3 mins ago Mario Batali was found not guilty of indecent assault and battery on Tuesday, following a swift trial in which the celebrity chef waived his right to have a jury decide his fate. Batali, who pleaded not guilty to indecent assault and battery in 2019, had faced up to 2 […]

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In A House Between Earth and the Moon, Rebecca Scherm Confronts the Startling Art of Speculation

Speculation demands ambition—the ability not only to sketch out the depths of human depravity, but also to pine for its redemption. As any artist who’s lived through the pandemic (or, say, any era of human history) can tell you, that’s not an easy feat to imagine. But many, including author Rebecca Scherm, would argue it’s […]

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Denée Benton on The Gilded Age Finale and Lifting Up Black Women’s Voices

“There Are Black People In The Future” read an arresting billboard in Pittsburgh in 2017. It was mounted by interdisciplinary artist Alisha B. Wormsley to testify to the “systemic oppression of Black communities through space and time.” It’s an important reminder and an ongoing project. There are Black people in the past too — a […]

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Adrian Lyne: ‘I’ve always thought that acres of flesh is incredibly unsexy’

The master of the erotic thriller talks Deep Water, his long absence, and working with Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas. Absent from our cinemas for 20 years, British director and master of the erotic thriller Adrian Lyne is back. He tells us about his new film Deep Water and its literary origins, working with […]

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