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Sep 21 2017

You're Welcome: Andres Leonardi

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He is eminently follow-able here. One more snap after the jump ...

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Bernie Casey, Actor, Artist & NFL Star, Dies @ 78

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MV5BMjAzNjc0NTQyM15BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwMjk3MTI0NA@@._V1_Bernie Casey, an L.A. Rams football star who left the game to pursue an acting career and who later became a poet and painter, has died at 78 following a brief illness, his rep confirms.

Casey appeared in numerous memorable films from the '70s onward, and settled into life as a painter ...

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Sep 20 2017

Madonna's MDNA Skin Ad With The Fat Jew: Teaser

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Screen Shot 2017-09-20 at 7.56.05 PM(Image via MDNA Skin)

Madonna will meet up with Jimmy Fallon on Monday, and today teased an upcoming MDNA Skin ad co-starring the Fat Jew ...

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Happy 83rd Birthday To The Legendary Sophia Loren

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Keep reading for more on this great beauty, and great talent ...

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Jake LaMotta, Legendary Boxer Who Inspired RAGING BULL, Dies @ 95

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S-l300Jake LaMotta, who turned 95 earlier this year, has died.

The former Middleweight Champ, who was also a stand-up comic, inspired Martin Scorsese's classic film Raging Bull (1980), and was embroiled in a tempestuous relationship almost as famous as his athletic career ...

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DESPERATELY SEEKING SUSAN & SMITHEREENS Revisited — NYC In The '80s

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Msg-13203475622.jpg“New York isn't a city for nostalgia. It's not a city, like Paris or Rome, that rests on a glorified past. It's a city that has no pity. It doesn't stop for anyone or anything. It just keeps evolving.”

So begins Susan Seidelman's latest interview on the topic of her '80s hit Desperately Seeking Susan, a film that captures NYC in the '80s with surrealist aplomb. 

Keep reading for more on what The Guardian calls “a feminist classic” ...

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Billie Jean King Movie's Sin Of Omission + Robbie Rogers For Target + Students Riot Over Shooting Of Scout Schultz + Gay Muslim's Journey To Saudi Arabia + Cassidy Still Lying About Health Care — 6-PACK!

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BjkTennis fan Kenneth Walsh turns in a much more nuanced review of Battle of the Sexes, the Billie Jean King/Bobby Riggs film I raved about this week. (He liked it a lot, too.)

Walsh examines the film's choice to leave out the part of King's affair with Marilyn Barnett where Barnett became a paraplegic while living in Mr. and Mrs. King's home and sued Billie Jean for palimony, effectively outing her in '81. (She would not acknowledge she is a lesbian until 1998.)

There is a lot to the story the film doesn't (can't? possibly shouldn't?) contain, but at the very least, an epilogue would've been appropriate. Keep reading for this and more of the hottest links of the day on...

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Kimmel: WE'RE 'LIKING' THINGS WHILE THEY'RE VOTING ON WHETHER PEOPLE CAN AFFORD TO KEEP THEIR CHILDREN ALIVE

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Screen Shot 2017-09-20 at 9.29.10 AMJimmy Kimmel got political on his show last night, going after Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-Louisiana) for blatantly lying  about his requirements for supporting a health care bill

Cassidy had stated he would only support changes to health care that provided unlimited care for families in need of medicial care, emergency or otherwise, because they can't afford it. His own Graham-Cassidy Bill flunks.

Watch Kimmel's extremely articulate and sensible monologue and you'll never miss Johnny Carson again ...

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