The Queen Is Dead: We Are Officially Done With Morrissey

Featured, Politics  

If misery likes company, Big Mouth Morrissey continues to keep in stride with fellow shameful nativist Brit rock legends Eric Clapton—who, despite his debt to American Blues, still gives merit to the “Keep Britain white” tenets of the National Front that he endorsed in 1976—and Bryan Ferry, UK Conservative Party supporter. The self-anointed humasexual (in…

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Comedy Classic ‘Tootsie’ Rolling Towards Broadway


The trend of “film-to-musical adaptations” for marketable entertainment concepts continues with Sydney Pollack’s 1982 film Tootsie getting repackaged as a stage musical. Composer/lyricist David Yazbek, now basking in the Tony buzz surrounding The Band’s Visit, is the brains behind the Tootsie theatrical endeavor. The original comedy is about New York unemployed actor Michael Dorsey finding…

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Gillibrand Calls For Trump’s Resignation, He Responds With Sexually Suggestive Tweet


On Monday, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (NY-D) told CNN Donald J. Trump (Repulsive) should resign because of at least 19 allegations against him of sexual assault. A wide range of women have come forward since the 2016 election season, and in October 2016 the notorious Access Hollywood video (“grab ’em by the pussy”) surfaced. All of…

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Bjork Announces Album Release Date, Debuts Artwork


Legions of Bjork fans are violently happy at the announcement earlier this week that her latest album, Utopia, will be released on November 24. She also debuted the cover artwork, created by visual artist Jesse Kanda, that unfortunately evokes the pig people from one of the most famous episodes of The Twilight Zone. In September,…

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