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BBC Entertainment & ArtsJan 22, 2020
Terry Jones: Michael Palin pays tribute to Monty Python star
Sir Michael Palin pays tribute to his Monty Python co-star Terry Jones, who has died aged 77.

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NYTimes ArtsJan 22, 2020
Harvey Weinstein Trial: Vivid Descriptions of Several Sexual Attacks
A prosecutor offered graphic details, including that Harvey Weinstein showed up uninvited outside Annabella Sciorra's hotel room in his underwear.

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Weinstein rape trial opens with clashing portrayals of ex-Hollywood producer (Reuters Entertainment)
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NYTimes ArtsJan 22, 2020
‘The Gentlemen' Review: Boys Will Be Boys, Sometimes With Guns
Guy Ritchie makes a very Guy Ritchie movie, this time with Matthew McConaughey, Hugh Grant and Charlie Hunnam.

Yahoo! BooksJan 22, 2020
Ted Cruz is officially the 1st senator spotted drinking milk during impeachment trial
The Senate floor is a tight ship, with lawmakers blocked from bringing food, electronics, and just about every drink with them when they enter it. Yet one 60-year-old precedent provides a loophole to those strict rules — and a senator has finally used it to liven up President Trump's impeachment trial.Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) was the first senator spotted asking for and receiving a glass of milk during the trial, in accordance with a longstanding allowance of dairy in the Senate, CBS News' Grace Segers noted Wednesday. He then got a second glass of milk, CBS News' Julia Boccagno noted, and paired it with a piece of Hershey's chocolate from the Senate's candy desk — seemingly a violation of floor rules.Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C. ) also reportedly acquired a glass of milk, Segers noted later. And in a twist, Segers tweeted that she'd heard Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) actually had some milk the night before. More milk-related news: I've been informed that Ted Cruz drank milk at around midnight last night. Apparently, senators have to provide their own milk to the cloakroom, although they do keep it cold for senators. — Grace Segers (@Grace_Segers) January 22, 2020It's surprising that Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) hasn't engaged in the trend yet, seeing as he was the one who reminded us of the dairy procedure on Tuesday.More stories from theweek.com Giants quarterback Eli Manning retires after 16 seasons The White House is arguing the impeachment articles don't include allegations

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Several senators left the chamber in the middle of Adam Schiff's impeachment remarks (Yahoo! Books)

Billboard Music NewsJan 22, 2020
Coldplay Performs Final Show of 'World Tour' in Los Angeles, Supporting A New Way of Life Reentry Project
Coldplay fans know that unfortunately, the band will not be embarking on a Head Full of Dreams-esque tour to support their latest album, ...

TV by the NumbersJan 22, 2020
Monday cable ratings: ‘WWE Raw' bounces back, ‘Love & Hip Hop' holds
Without the college football national championship to compete with this…

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‘The Neighborhood' and ‘9-1-1: Lone Star' adjust up: Monday final ratings (TV by the Numbers)
Sunday cable ratings: '90 Day Fiancé' leads again, ‘The Outsider' grows (TV by the Numbers)

Billboard Music NewsJan 22, 2020
Camila Cabello Says She & Shawn Mendes 'Will Walk Onstage in Our Underwear' if They Win a Grammy
Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes know what you did last summer, and the pair certainly know what Twenty One Pilots did three Grammy Awards ago -- and...

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EXO's Chanyeol & Mq Urge You to Take a 'Slow Walk' With New Collab: Watch (Billboard Music News)
Luke Combs, Jason Aldean & Thomas Rhett to Headline Faster Horses Festival (Billboard Music News)

Reuters EntertainmentJan 22, 2020
Monty Python star Terry Jones dies aged 77
Terry Jones, one of the British Monty Python comedy team, has died at the age of 77 after a long battle with dementia, his family said on Wednesday.

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Reuters EntertainmentJan 22, 2020
Stars flaunt Gaultier creations for designer's 'funeral' finale in Paris
Jean Paul Gaultier bade farewell to the catwalk on Wednesday in typically riotous style, as models performed jigs at his show, an actress sauntered down the runway smoking a cigarette and singer Boy George took part in a mock funeral sequence.

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Billboard Music NewsJan 22, 2020
StarVista Blues Musician Delbert McClinton's Sandy Beaches Cruise
Entertainment cruise producer StarVista Live has acquired Sandy Beaches Cruise, founded by married couple blues musician Delbert McClinton and music...

VultureJan 22, 2020
Annabella Sciorra's Alleged Sexual Assault Described During Weinstein Trial
"Annabella remembers at some point giving up the fight and just hoping it would end."

Yahoo! BooksJan 22, 2020
This map shows where China's mysterious, deadly Wuhan coronavirus has spread as death toll rises to 17
As well as in mainland China, cases of the coronavirus has been reported in Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, and Thailand.


Billboard Music NewsJan 22, 2020
Songwriter Spotlight: How Eric Church Inspired Luke Combs Collaborator Ray Fulcher to Pursue Music
While attending the University of Georgia in 2006, some of Ray Fulcher's friends invited him to an Eric Church concert at the Georgia Theatre....

Yahoo! ArtsJan 22, 2020
The Notorious B.I.G. was quoted during Trump's Senate trial by a House impeachment manager from Brooklyn
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, a native of Brooklyn who's one of the House impeachment managers, quoted the legendary rapper in a speech on the Senate floor.


Yahoo! ArtsJan 22, 2020
Here's What It's Like in Wuhan, the Chinese City at the Center of the Deadly Coronavirus Outbreak
Wuhan, China, TIME was repeatedly threatened with arrest while observing scenes outside the market where the virus was first detected.


Billboard Music NewsJan 22, 2020
Joey Kramer Blocked From Aerosmith Rehearsal Ahead of Grammys Performance
Following some drama regarding Aerosmith's upcoming Grammy performance, drummer Joey Kramer has been turned away from attending the band's...

Billboard Music NewsJan 22, 2020
Here Are the Lyrics to Mac Miller's 'Good News'
Mac Miller's "Good News," the rapper's first posthumous single from his recently released album Circles, just earned him his...

AV Club FilmsJan 22, 2020
Whoopi Goldberg's joy at being invited to the second season of Star Trek: Picard is a sight to behold
Whoopi Goldberg's inclusion on Star Trek: The Next Generation was famously a labor of self-directed love; when the series' producers were told, ahead of their second season, that one of the planet's most successful and beloved comedians/movie stars was practically begging to be in their struggling syndicated space…

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Yahoo! BooksJan 22, 2020
Joe Biden tells reporter to 'calm down' after repeated questions about Bernie Sanders
Former Vice President Joe Biden seemingly doesn't want to hear about his apparent feud with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).After an Iowa campaign event on Wednesday, Biden walked off the stage in a pretty typical way: followed by reporters asking him questions. But one from CBS News' Ed O'Keefe about Sanders seemingly sent him over the edge.As Biden left the stage, O'Keefe asked why he was attacking Sanders after just accepting his apology a day earlier. "Why wasn't his apology enough, Mr. Vice President?" O'Keefe asked. Biden stopped, turned around, and peppered O'Keefe with a barrage of "why why why why why." "You're getting nervous, man! Calm down," Biden then said before briefly answering the question. WATCH: After a campaign event in Mason City, Iowa, @joebiden reacts to @edokeefe's question about his ongoing feud with @berniesanders: "Calm down, it's okay." https://t.co/a2hmMbnjnf pic.twitter.com/ymOMWRR2zP — CBS News (@CBSNews) January 22, 2020O'Keefe's question stems from one of Sanders' supporters accusing Biden of having a "corruption problem" in an op-ed, and another putting together a video purportedly showing Biden opposing social security. Sanders apologized for the op-ed but not for the video, as Biden pointed out to CBS News.More stories from theweek.com Giants quarterback Eli Manning retires after 16 seasons The White House is arguing the impeachment articles don't include allegations of a quid pro quo because the exact words don't appear Several senators

Yahoo! BooksJan 22, 2020
China Quarantines Wuhan to Prevent Spread of Coronavirus
Chinese authorities are placing the city of Wuhan under quarantine in an attempt to slow the outbreak of a new coronavirus that originated in the city.The state-owned China Daily announced that trains and flights to Wuhan would be temporarily suspended. Local government authorities also announced that public transportation within the city would be curtailed by Thursday."There has already been human-to-human transmission and infection of medical workers," deputy director of the National Health Commission Li Bin said at a Wednesday news conference. "Evidence has shown that the disease has been transmitted through the respiratory tract and there is the possibility of viral mutation."The World Health Organization announced at a separate press conference on Wednesday that it had decided not to declare a world emergency regarding the outbreak, but agreed to continue monitoring the situation.Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province in central China, has already seen a number of cases of the virus. In total the virus has infected over 500 people and killed 17.On Tuesday the Center for Disease Control reported the first confirmed case of the virus in the United States. A man from Washington State contracted the virus while on a visit to Wuhan. Other cases have been reported in Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand.The Wuhan virus is from the same family of coronaviruses as SARS, or Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, which killed over 800 people worldwide in an outbreak toward the end of 2002.


TV by the NumbersJan 22, 2020
Saturday cable ratings: ‘Live PD' holds, UFC and College Basketball lead
It was another fairly quiet edition of the Saturday cable…

Yahoo! ArtsJan 22, 2020
U.S. Secretary of State cautions nations against taking 'easy money' from China
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, on a visit to Jamaica on Wednesday, cautioned nations against taking "easy money" from China, warning it could be counterproductive, in a second attack in as many days against China's economic role in the region. On Tuesday, he drew the ire of Chinese officials when he said "flashy" Chinese economic promises often produces debt dependency and erode the sovereignty of borrower nations.


Billboard Music NewsJan 22, 2020
Looking for Brendon Urie in the Taylor Swift 'Miss Americana' Trailer? Here's Where to Find Him
  Brendon Urie was excited to see "ME!" -- or himself, rather -- in the trailer for Taylor Swift's Netflix documentary Miss...

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Yahoo! TVJan 22, 2020
Patrick Stewart Invites Whoopi Goldberg to Join ‘Star Trek: Picard' Season 2
In an emotional moment on Wednesday's episode of "The View," Patrick Stewart invited Whoopi Goldberg to appear on the second season of CBS All Access' "Star Trek: Picard," reprising her character of Guinan from "Star Trek: The Next Generation." Goldberg — who quickly and gladly accepted — appeared to be totally surprised by Stewart's offer, […]


Yahoo! ArtsJan 22, 2020
Bernie Sanders surges into first in CNN national poll; Joe Biden maintains lead in another
Sen. Bernie Sanders surged into first place in a new CNN poll, the first time a CNN poll did not find Joe Biden alone at the top since the race began.


NYTimes ArtsJan 22, 2020
Cuba Gooding Jr.'s Groping Trial Can Include Testimony From 2 More Women
Prosecutors asked permission to allow 19 women with accusations against Mr. Gooding to testify. The accounts date back as far as 2001 and cover seven states.

AV Club FilmsJan 22, 2020
Here is Baby Jabba, weak pretender to Baby Yoda's throne
Baby Yoda, as much as his stubborn internet ubiquity tempts us to believe otherwise, is a marvel of heart-melting puppet design. In the space of only a few months since he first toddled onto the screen, the big-eyed, floppy-eared, snub-nosed creature has wormed his way into the nerve centers of modern culture. He has…

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New York Times BooksJan 22, 2020
Terry Jones, Monty Python Founder and Scholar, Is Dead at 77
In addition to being a charter member of the celebrated British sketch troupe, he was a director, a screenwriter and an authority on Chaucer.

Reuters EntertainmentJan 22, 2020
Explainer: What to expect at Harvey Weinstein's rape trial
Opening statements begin on Wednesday in the rape trial in New York of Harvey Weinstein, once one of Hollywood's most powerful producers. He has pleaded not guilty to charges of rape and criminal sexual assault.

Billboard Music NewsJan 22, 2020
Aerosmith Responds to Joey Kramer's Lawsuit Ahead of Grammys Performance
The 2020 Grammy Awards will have its moment of rock ‘n' roll when Aerosmith drop in a performance.  Not everything is rolling...

Reuters EntertainmentJan 22, 2020
In New York trial, prosecutors to begin making rape case against Harvey Weinstein
U.S. prosecutors will begin presenting their rape case against Harvey Weinstein on Wednesday, with the once-powerful Hollywood producer facing life in prison if convicted, in a trial that has become a watershed moment for the #MeToo movement.

NYTimes ArtsJan 22, 2020
Hollywood Women Push Directors Guild for Better Parental Benefits
Taking leave can result in lost coverage, as one female director discovered after giving birth. She's enlisted Amy Schumer, Amy Poehler and others in her effort to get the rules revised.

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AV Club FilmsJan 21, 2020
Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer sues band for keeping him from performing at Grammys
At the Grammys on Sunday, Aerosmith is being presented with the MusiCares Person Of The Year Award, with the band getting to do the usual career-spanning medley performance during the show. Apparently, though, one member of the band won't be joining the rest of the group, with TMZ reporting that drummer Joey Kramer is…

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Playbill NewsJan 21, 2020
Baby's Richard Maltby, Jr. and David Shire to Receive Bistro Awards' Lifetime Achievement Award
The songwriting duo also worked on shows like Big, Closer Than Ever, and Starting Here, Starting Now.

Reuters EntertainmentJan 09, 2020
Brazil's Supreme Court overturns censorship of Netflix show
Brazil's Supreme Court on Thursday overturned an injunction against Netflix Inc that had prevented the video streaming service from showing a domestically-made controversial Christmas special that depicts Jesus as gay.

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DVD ReviewsDec 04, 2019
Star Trek: Discovery - Season Two
This review necessitates an unusually long premise, so bear with me. I'm a lifelong casual fan of the Star Trek franchise, from the original 1966-69 series through The Next Generation and, a bit less so, Deep Space Nine and all the feature films made up to that point. In the minority, I also regard Star Trek Voyager as the best, most daring of the "Next Generation" era shows, but didn't care for Star Trek: Enterprise, as its post 9/11-era teleplays seemed to swing the Star Trek universe hard to the right, in directions that seemed in stark opposition to the original intentions of the franchise's late creator, Gene Roddenberry. That series ended in 2005. Four years later J.J. Abrams's Star Trek feature film attempted to "reboot" the Star Trek universe, with new actors playing characters from the original 60s show. I pretty much loathed everything about it, m...Read the entire review




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