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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler slayed as the hosts of SNL on December 19. We knew they were going to be good, but they blew our minds with just how good they were. One of the most important sketches was “Tina & Amy’s Dope Squad.” And no, it isn’t the basic Taylor Swift kind of squad. The sketch begins with Tina and Amy in a press interview for Sisters, talking to a reporter from Pop News Daily After Show Podcast.JPEG (a fine publication, no doubt), played by Aidy Bryant, about how they do it all. Amy responds, “You know, we just have a great squad of people who help us out.
Girls don’t just want to have fun—they want a whole lot more out of the world than that. But if life gets in the way of your best-laid travel plans, a few good reads can tide you over until your next trip. Happy travels!1. The Swiss Affair by Emylia Hall (2014)Emylia Hall’s study-abroad plotline covers friendship, self-discovery, bittersweet romance, and an ever-twisting mystery set against the scenery of winter-white, chocolate-box Lausanne, Switzerland.
In case you haven’t heard amid all the buzz about the new trailer for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Harry Potter is getting yet another adaptation—a stage play called Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. The play is “the official eighth Potter story,” picking up where the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows epilogue leaves off.This weekend, the play’s official Twitter account announced the lead cast: Jamie Parker will play Harry Potter, Paul Thornley will play Ron Weasley, and Noma Dumezweni will play Hermione Granger. Noma Dumezweni is black.
A member of Pussy Riot is the latest to call Donald Trump what he is: human garbage. Maria Alekhina (also known as Masha), a member of the Russian feminist punk rock protest group, drew some really accurate parallels between Trump and Vladimir Putin. Masha talked about how electing a ridiculous president is funny until you realize you’re actually stuck with that president. She told The Huffington Post, "When Putin came to his first term or second term, nobody [in Russia] actually thought that this is serious. Everybody was joking about it.
    The fabulous BUST Craftacular Holiday edition returns to the Brooklyn Expo Center this December 19th & 20th!    The event will host over 200 of the choicest handmade vendors selling unique gifts like, jewelry, home goods, clothing (new and vintage), pottery, indie cosmetics, greeting cards, delicious food, and much more. Tickets are $3 at the door or online.
My husband James just wanted to know what was going on with me. Or if there was anything he could do to help. I had no idea what to say.Several weeks ago, I sat quietly at our kitchen table, hoping I would stop crying by the time James strolled home from the local brewery - he had said he wanted to catch some of the game. After a particularly rough week, I knew he probably also wanted both of us to catch our breath for a few hours before we talked. I had been holed up in our bedroom for days.Logically, I knew I could articulate at least the bare bones of where I was at.
Bollywood superstar turned American TV star Priyanka Chopra stopped by New York this month to talk about her new movie, Bajirao Mastani, which drops in theaters on December 18th. Directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Bajirao Mastani tells the story of the ancient Indian warrior, Bajirao, and his two wives, Mastani and Kashibai. BUST sat down with the former Miss World to talk about South Asians on American screens and the roles of Indian women in Western media.
“I rap about a lot of stuff that you rant about,” opens Killer Mike, seated across from Vermont Senator and Presidential-hopeful, Bernie Sanders, in an Atlanta barbershop, one of the last venues where black men can speak comfortably about their views without persecution. The first episode of this six-part series begins with haste, putting the controversial right out in the open, in a candid conversation between the self-proclaimed Democratic-Socialist and the prominent Atlanta rapper.
I’m so excited for tonight’s big film premiere! Of course, I’m talking about Sisters. The Tina Fey/Amy Poehler comedy is finally in theaters after many months of breathless speculation and feminist fantasizing. And the good news is—it’s totally entertaining and definitely worth the wait. The film centers on the Ellis sisters (Fey and Poehler), two 30-something sibs tasked with cleaning out their shared childhood bedroom before their parents sell the family home.
Right about now I’m having some major flashbacks to the 90s—maybe it’s because the holidays always bring childhood memories to the forefront. Really, I’m just thinking about loafing in my grandma’s living room and watching Home Alone on repeat. There was something about Macauly Culkin’s character, a lone eight-year-old struggling to defend himself (Kevin McCallister) in a Chicago suburb that aroused a special breed of elementary school fear in me as I shoveled lukewarm macaroni noodles down my throat.
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