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Daily Archives: February 2, 2018

Michelle Obama Inspires Educators in First Big Speech Since Leaving White House

“This is what back looks like.” Michelle Obama gave her first major speech since leaving the White House at the Kennedy Center for the School Counselor of the Year ceremony, a collaboration between the American School Counselor Association and part of her Reach Higher initiative for higher education. The former first lady began her speech by declaring that she’s officially “back,” ...

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Bruno Mars and Cardi B Announce Tour

Bruno Mars has announced the final leg of his tour behind 24K Magic, with special guest Cardi B set to join him. The new dates kick off in Boston and will hit Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, before wrapping up in Tulsa. See the cities below. Bruno teased the tour on Twitter yesterday, saying, “A celebration must commence!!” He and Cardi ...

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Spice Girls SPEAK OUT on reunion plans after THAT photo: ‘The time now feels right’

In a statement shared online, the band said there are “exciting possibilities” ahead. It comes after Victoria Beckham, Melanie C, Mel B, Emma Bunton and Geri Horner were seen together for the first time since 2012. “We have enjoyed a wonderful afternoon catching-up and reminiscing about the amazing times we have spent together,” they said. “We are always overwhelmed at ...

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Oscars 2018: Catch Up on the Academy Award Nominees With This Swoon-Worthy Supercut — Watch

Oscar season moves pretty fast, if you don’t stop and look around once in awhile, you might miss it. It’s been two weeks since the Academy Award nominations were announced, which means two weeks of conversations about movies you haven’t seen as you patiently await the appropriate time to bring up the movies you have seen. Never fear, this lovely ...

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L.A. Phil's 'Mass': Leonard Bernstein glorious mess

But they had company from all sides. Just about everyone found something to be offended by in Bernstein’s chaotic mélange of styles and in the cultural mores and religious defiance. Along with symphony orchestra and chorus, the forces include a rock band, a marching band, blues and gospel and folk singers, and whatnot. The officiator, or Celebrant, of the Mass, ...

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