Woody Allen’s latest film “Cafe Society” returns to the late 1930s of his early childhood and reuses some of the most familiar tropes from his career. Not profound, perhaps, but enjoyable just the same.
A budding epistolary romance between Neal Pollack and Natalie Portman is interrupted by a disapproving Jonathan Safran Foer.
To those concerned that the progressive movement built by Bernie Sanders might lose steam in the wake of his endorsement of Hillary Clinton for president: take heart.
Lea Michele posted a moving tribute to her former boyfriend and ‘Glee’ co-star Cory Monteith yesterday, commemorating the three year anniversary of his death.
Sometimes, cultural misogyny is subtle: tone policing, mansplaining, implicit bias about gender stereotypes. Sometimes, it is not. Sometimes, it comes in the form of a bumper sticker using a sexist pejorative to equate the presumptive Democratic candidate for presidency with a female dog.3
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