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Westworld Approaches Its Endgame With Death, Tragedy, and a Few Major Revelations


If you watch Westworld for the shocks, last night’s installment couldn’t have disappointed you. And, while it didn’t reach the heights of last week’s phenomenal episode, which told an epic love story that had been lying in the margins of the main narrative, “Vanishing Point” told a story of self-obsession and…

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‘Lucifer’ will get a fourth season on Netflix

LUCIFER-S3_321-sc22-EV_0057_f_hires2.jpgEvery time a show gets cancelled or even seems close to being cancelled, fans cry out for Netflix to save it. The streaming service has hosted new seasons of several TV shows that other outlets sent to the grave (The Killing, Arrested Development, Lo…


Turns Out Westworld Has a Heart After All


This week’s Westworld, “Kiksuya,” brought an oft-seen but mostly-silent supporting character into the spotlight, and used his incredible story to give us new perspective on the Hosts’ awareness. It was a poetic, and frankly rather refreshing, detour from the show’s main narrative.

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George R.R. Martin Says Three Other Game of Thrones Prequels Are in ‘Active Development’


Last week’s news of Jane Goldman’s Game of Thrones prequel pilot may not be the end of HBO’s spinoff plans. Of course, we’ve known for some time that HBO was considering five possible prequels to continue, and expand, the Game of Thrones universe—but we still have no idea just how many will pan out. Goldman’s show…

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Watch Parkland students’ emotional Tonys performance and cry


Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the site of a brutal February shooting, performed “Seasons of Love” from Rent at Sunday’s Tony Awards. 

Their theatre teacher Melody Herzfeld was named the recipient of the 2018 Excellence in Theatre Education Award.

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Survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, Fl. galvanized many Americans to fight actively for gun control, including with March For Our Lives. In April, several students were included in the Time 100 and were written about by Barack Obama. 

Many among the Tonys’ elite Broadway audience were moved to tears by the performance and the song’s message of choosing love over the many negative sentiments the world has to offer. Read more…

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Thousands of naked women ran into the sea in the world’s largest ever skinny dip


While you were sunning your buns in the garden this weekend, thousands of women rocked up naked on a beach in Ireland to break the record for the world’s largest skinny dip. 

SEE ALSO: Hundreds of cheeky swimmers jumped into a freezing river for the winter solstice

Over 2,500 women got down to their birthday suits for the sixth annual “Strip and Dip” charity swim on Magheramore Beach in County Wicklow, which was started by breast cancer survivor Deirdre Featherstone when she was undergoing treatment. 

“This is a great women empowerment day,” one of the participants told BBC Northern Ireland.  Read more…

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This musician created an immersive live event series to promote inclusivity


Artist ‘Ariana and the Rose’ is integrating art and technology through her inclusive event series ‘Light + Space‘, which take place at New York’s mythical House of Yes

The immersive disco party culminates in a performance by ‘Ariana and the Rose’, who is also the planner and host of the event. While this series is currently only in New York, the vision is to possibly expand to other cities and continue to promote inclusivity.  Read more…

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J.K. Rowling sends super sweet reply to single parent who thanked her for ‘Harry Potter’


The days may be a long way behind her now, but J.K. Rowling knows what it’s like to be poor.

She’s spoken about her former situation before in interviews. 

“I was as poor as it’s possible to be in this country,” she told the Daily Mail back in 2013. “I was a single parent.”

It’s perhaps not too surprising, then, that she clearly has a large amount of empathy for people going through something similar.

SEE ALSO: 27 times J.K. Rowling was the hero we all needed in 2016

On Thursday, Matt Burke from Tallahassee, Florida, sent the following tweet to the Harry Potter author.

@jk_rowling I’m a single parent, broke as can be, and reading the Harry Potter series together has become one of the biggest sources of bonding for us
Doubt you’ll come across this or read this piece, but I just wanted to say thanks for the assist. 🙏🏻

— Matt Burke (@mattburkephoto) June 7, 2018 Read more…

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Five Points Festival 2018: Designer Toys, Indie Artists, and Street Art Galore

Five Points Festival welcomed toy enthusiasts to its second annual event at Brooklyn Expo Center this past weekend (June 2nd  – June 3rd). Founded by Clutter Magazine, Five Points Festival is a curated […]

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Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper make sweet, sweet music in stunning ‘A Star is Born’ trailer


Warner Bros. has dropped the first trailer for A Star is Born, starring Bradley Cooper as an aging musician who finds and falls for a younger aspiring talent, played by Lady Gaga. 

Although the story’s a classic – it’s the third remake of the 1937 original – the film marks a first for both of its stars. Cooper is making his directorial debut, while Gaga is in her first-ever lead role in a film.

If the first trailer is any indication, though, it looks like they’re doing just fineA Star is Born arrives October 5. Read more…

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