Roseanne Barr was a sitcom star, a creator and a product, the agitator and the abused, a domestic goddess, and a feminist pioneer. That was 20 years ago. But as far as she’s concerned, not much has changed.
For Nerve, our own Matthew Cole shares a list of five albums you should be listening to right now.
The acronym is unfortunate, but the purpose is all good: Hillary Clinton marks International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (I.D.A.H.O.).
On The Graham Norton Show, Gwyneth Paltrow plus Lady Gaga equals all sorts of gayness. There will be rapping, folks…and some vegetarian paella that doesn’t look very appetizing to even these artichoke-loving eyes.
Terrence Malick is like Bigfoot.
For Reverse Shot, Matthew Connolly reviews You Can Count on Me and Crimes of the Heart.
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