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Queery With Cameron Esposito
Premiered Aug. 5
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Technically, this show was a summer return, but it’s still on our radar as a must-listen as new episodes continue to roll out. Comedian Cameron Esposito is a mainstay on the L.A. comedy scene, running a longtime show called Put Your Hands Together -- which is, naturally, also recorded for a podcast -- and she starred with her wife, Rhea Butcher, on the
Imagine Dragons at Ed W. Clark High School
At a spirited school-wide assembly held at Ed W. Clark High School on Thursday, September 21, Tyler McBride, Engagement Marketing Manager at Toyota Motor North America, and Henry Donahue, Executive Director at VH1 Save The Music Foundation, awarded the grant to three deserving schools – Ed W. Clark High School, Dell H. Robison Middle School and Cashman Middle School. Ed W. Clark High School Principal, Jillyn Pendleton, Clark County School District Superintendent, Pat Skorkowsky, and Life is Beautiful CEO, Justin Weniger, were also in attendance and spoke to the importance of music
The lucky three schools were Dell H. Robison Middle School, Cashman Middle School and Ed W. Clark High School.
These music education grants — which will help the schools not only enhance their music programs but also provide instruments to expand student participation — were achieved through interactive social media campaigns at music festivals across the nation, including Stagecoach, Firefly Music Festival, Lollapalooza, and more.
Toyota asked festivalgoers and participating artists like Tegan and Sara,
Now in the middle of its IFC run, “Baroness Von Sketch Show” is written and performed by Aurora Browne, Meredith MacNeill, Carolyn Taylor, and Jennifer Whalen. Browne, Taylor, and Whalen met at Second City in Toronto, and MacNeill is a classically trained actor who came to comedy after studying at Rada. While the show has a decidedly woman-centric bent,
My Entertainment World revealed that The Lego Movie Sequel will be filming in British Columbia, Canada starting on October 2. The movie is going to be without directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller. They initially couldn't sign on to do the sequel because of their commitments to the young Han Solo movie, which they were fired from recently. Instead, it will be Trolls director Mike Mitchell at the helm,
Rami Malek, Debra Messing, Trevor Noah and Zachary Quinto were among the guests. Full list of winners below:
“Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures”
“Out of Iraq”
“The Same Difference”
“Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Four”
“The Trans List”
Outstanding Reality Program:
“I Am Cait”
“I Am Jazz”
“The Prancing Elites Project”
Outstanding Music Artist:
Against Me!, “Shape Shift With Me”
Blood Orange, “Freetown Sound”
Brandy Clark, “Big Day in a Small Town”
Along with Ryan Gosling, Michael Fassbender, Rooney Mara, Natalie Portman, and Cate Blanchett, we confirmed last month that Iggy Pop, Johnny Rotten, Patti Smith, Lykke Li, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Big Freedia, Diplo, Alan Palomo of Neon Indian, Spank Rock, Dana Falconberry, Black Joe Lewis and the Honey Bears, and The Black Lips will all be featured in the film.
Now, Pitchfork — along with premiering a featurette — have more details. Along with the aforementioned acts all appearing in some capacity in the film, Tegan and Sara and Florence Welch will also be seen. Lykke Li has a bigger role than expected,
The protection, set by former President Barack Obama in May 2016, allowed students to choose which bathroom and locker room to use based on their gender identity. Gender identity, Obama’s administration said, is a civil rights and equality issue.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer said in a press briefing Tuesday that Trump believes the issue should be left to the states to decide.
“I think that all you have to do
Actors, music artists, comedians, authors, and other celebrities are speaking out on social media about their opposition to the Trump administration’s decision to revoke federal protections for transgender students that allowed them to use bathrooms and locker rooms matching their gender identities.
In the wake of the announcement Wednesday, Ellen DeGeneres tweeted, “This isn’t about politics. It’s about human rights, and it’s not okay.”
Read more responses below.
Just seeing the news about removing laws protecting trans people. This isn’t about politics. It’s about human rights, and it’s not okay.
But each year, the Recording Academy recognizes — and rewards one of — the mainstream maestros with the Producer of the Year (Non-Classical) trophy at the Grammy Awards. Up for this year’s prize: Benny Blanco, Greg Krustin, Max Martin, Nineteen85 and Ricky Reed.
Below are this year’s nominees and the ubiquitous tracks and albums they contributed to in the past year that scored them their nods.
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