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Meryl Streep Receives Backlash After Wearing Slogan On T-Shirt For Magazine Cover

(CBS Las Vegas) – Meryl Streep is receiving some backlash after she wore a shirt for the cover of Time Out London that read, “I’d rather be a rebel than a slave.” This line stated on the shirt according to E! 222 more words


Terri Nunn—Lead Vocalist of New Wave Band Berlin—Guest 12/03/2015

Terri Nunn, known to millions as the lead singer of the 1980s new wave band Berlin, is an upcoming Ken Boxer Live guest. A vegetarian or vegan since the age of 19, Nunn has enjoyed a career spanning the heights of the performing arts, finding success and fame both as a singer and as an actress. 313 more words


Sugar Coating

Cornwall Entertainment is proud to announce that they have acquired Sugarcoating. Providers of fine quality chocolate fountains for weddings and parties across cornwall. We have a whole range of services available for all occasions. 12 more words


Katherine Schwarzenegger on `Baring it All` for NYFW

“Baring It All: Inside New York Fashion Week,” airs Wednesday, October 14 from 9 to 11pm on ABC Family. This segment aired on the KTLA Morning News Wedneday October 7,2015. 22 more words


Nicki Minaj Gets Candid With New York Times About Miley Cyrus, Meek Mill & Drake Beef

Nicki Minaj sat down with the New York Times for an exclusive interview to discuss her banner year in music.

The 32-year-old rapper cleared up the rumors that she called… 250 more words


Relativity's Andrew Matthews to Step Down From His CFO and co-COO Post

Matthews exit follows on the heels of news Monday that Relativity president and board member Tucker Tooley is leaving the company.

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Former Secretary Of State Madeleine Albright Guest Stars On 'Madam Secretary'

There is no bigger guest star to appear on “Madam Secretary” than the first female Secretary of State.

“I do watch TV and I have thought very much that show’s that are popular and understandable have a role to play in terms of educating our public,” Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said. 130 more words